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Alex Smith | QB | Kansas City Chiefs

Height: 6'4"     Weight: 217     Age: 30     Experience: 9th season     College: Utah     Drafted: 2005 R1 P1, 49ers

Historical Statistics
Year Team Gms Plays Att Comp Pass Yards Pass TDs Int Rush Rush Yards Rush TDs Fum Total Yards Total TDs 50+ Yd TDs 300+ Yard Gms 2+ TD Gms
2005 SF 9 195 165 84 875 1 11 30 103 0 3 978 1 0 0 0
2006 SF 16 486 442 257 2890 16 16 44 147 2 5 3037 18 2 0 4
2007 SF 7 206 193 94 914 2 4 13 89 0 5 1003 2 0 0 0
2009 SF 11 397 372 225 2350 18 12 24 51 0 1 2401 18 1 1 6
2010 SF 11 360 342 204 2370 14 10 18 60 0 2 2430 14 0 1 4
2011 SF 16 497 445 273 3144 17 5 52 179 2 2 3323 19 0 0 6
2012 SF 10 249 218 153 1737 13 5 31 132 0 1 1869 13 0 1 4
  Avg 12 372 336 200 2199 13 9 36 149 1 3 2348 14 0 0 4
Season To Date Statistics
Year Team Gms Plays Att Comp Pass Yards Pass TDs Int Rush Rush Yards Rush TDs Fum Total Yards Total TDs 50+ Yd TDs 300+ Yard Gms 2+ TD Gms
2013 KC 15 584 508 308 3313 23 7 75 431 1 3 3744 24 0 0 9
2013 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
1 @JAC 173 2 0 25 0
2 DAL 223 2 0 57 0
3 @PHI 273 0 0 32 0
4 NYG 288 3 2 37 0
5 @TEN 245 0 1 10 0
6 OAK 128 0 0 29 0
7 HOU 240 0 1 28 1
8 CLE 225 2 0 40 0
9 @BUF 124 0 0 7 0
11 @DEN 230 2 0 52 0
12 SD 294 3 1 -3 0
13 DEN 293 2 1 46 0
14 @WAS 137 2 0 7 0
15 @OAK 287 5 0 17 0
16 IND 153 0 1 47 0
P1 @IND 378 4 0 57 0
2012 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
1 @GB 211 2 0 13 0
2 DET 226 2 0 7 0
3 @MIN 204 1 1 26 0
4 @NYJ 143 0 0 12 0
5 BUF 303 3 0 49 0
6 NYG 200 0 3 5 0
7 SEA 140 1 1 11 0
8 @ARI 232 3 0 6 0
10 STL 72 1 0 5 0
17 ARI 6 0 0 -2 0
2011 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
1 SEA 124 0 0 22 1
2 DAL 179 2 1 21 0
3 @CIN 201 0 0 0 0
4 @PHI 291 2 0 -1 0
5 TB 170 3 0 0 0
6 @DET 125 1 1 5 0
8 CLE 177 1 0 22 0
9 @WAS 200 1 0 9 0
10 NYG 242 1 1 27 0
11 ARI 267 2 1 17 0
12 @BAL 140 0 1 12 0
13 STL 274 2 0 10 0
14 @ARI 175 0 0 -3 0
15 PIT 187 1 0 12 0
16 @SEA 179 0 0 22 0
17 @STL 213 1 0 4 1
P2 NO 299 3 0 28 1
P3 NYG 196 2 0 42 0
2010 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
1 @SEA 225 0 2 0 0
2 NO 275 1 2 28 0
3 @KC 232 1 1 0 0
4 @ATL 188 1 2 1 0
5 PHI 309 3 2 16 0
6 OAK 196 2 0 -2 0
7 @CAR 129 1 0 0 0
14 SEA 255 3 0 12 0
15 @SD 165 0 1 6 0
16 @STL 120 0 0 0 0
17 ARI 276 2 0 -1 0
2009 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
7 @HOU 206 3 1 16 0
8 @IND 198 1 1 10 0
9 TEN 286 2 3 11 0
10 CHI 118 0 1 2 0
11 @GB 227 3 1 2 0
12 JAC 232 2 0 8 0
13 @SEA 310 2 0 1 0
14 ARI 144 2 2 2 0
15 @PHI 177 1 3 1 0
16 DET 230 1 0 -3 0
17 @STL 222 1 0 1 0
2007 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
1 ARI 126 0 0 36 0
2 @STL 126 0 0 -1 0
3 @PIT 209 1 1 32 0
4 SEA 0 0 0 0 0
8 NO 190 1 0 16 0
9 @ATL 149 0 3 0 0
10 @SEA 114 0 0 6 0
2006 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
1 @ARI 288 1 0 0 0
2 STL 233 1 0 -1 0
3 PHI 293 1 0 39 0
4 @KC 92 0 2 11 0
5 OAK 165 3 1 10 0
6 SD 214 2 1 0 0
8 @CHI 135 1 2 23 0
9 MIN 105 0 1 4 0
10 @DET 136 0 0 15 0
11 SEA 163 1 0 1 1
12 @STL 148 1 2 0 0
13 @NO 171 1 3 0 0
14 GB 201 1 2 4 0
15 @SEA 162 2 0 33 1
16 ARI 190 0 1 0 0
17 @DEN 194 1 1 8 0
2005 Game Logs
Wk Opp PYd PTD Int RYd RTD
2 @PHI 0 0 0 3 0
4 @ARI 34 0 0 0 0
5 IND 74 0 4 3 0
7 @WAS 92 0 1 4 0
13 ARI 185 0 3 12 0
14 @SEA 77 0 1 20 0
15 @JAX 123 0 1 30 0
16 @STL 131 0 0 21 0
17 HOU 159 1 1 10 0

Recent Player News                             News items provided by KFFL

Posted: 3/18/2014 7:25pm et

The Kansas City Chiefs' contract extension negotiations with QB Alex Smith are ongoing. He has one year and $7.5 million left on his current contract, and there remains no timetable for an extension to be reached, according to general manager John Dorsey.

Huddle Up: Look for Smith, who provided the Chiefs with the leadership and TD- to-interception ratio (23-7) they've been sorely lacking in recent seasons, to wind up with the extension he deserves no matter how much time it takes this offseason.


Posted: 2/10/2014 1:45pm et

Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith said he would like to stay with the team but will not worry about his contract because he still has one year left on his contract. "I think at this point when you get veteran enough it's always year to year. You just understand it's the nature of the game. You've got to play good, otherwise you move on, so I don't care how many years you've got on a contract, for me it's just to be expected." Smith said he is excited about what the offense will be able to do next season because of the success they had in the second half of the 2013 season. "I'm very excited, if you look at our last eight or nine games offensively, we really did some good things and took off a little bit there," Smith said. "And we got some momentum heading into the offseason. Obviously the playoff game was tough to take, but there are some positive things, too."

Huddle Up: Expect the Chiefs to overhaul their receiving corps this offseason, which would go a long way towards helping Smith put up better fantasy numbers. More screen passes to Jamaal Charles wouldn't hurt, either.


Posted: 2/4/2014 4:40pm et

Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt hopes QB Alex Smith will be the long term answer at quarterback for the team. 'When we made the trade for him a year ago, that was part of the thinking,' Hunt said of re-signing Smith. 'I don't think that thinking has changed. He came in and did a nice job. We're glad to have him as a part of the Kansas City Chiefs, and we hope it's longer than a two-year stay.'

Huddle Up: Smith had a strong debut season (career-high 3,313 passing yards and 23 TDs) in K.C., and with the Chiefs desperate to end its perennial search for a QB, look for Smith to land a long-term extension.


Posted: 10/28/2013 11:00am et

Since the Kansas City Chiefs improved to 8-0 on Sunday, Oct. 27, with a win over the Cleveland Browns, they triggered an escalator with the San Francisco 49ers in which the Chiefs now must give the 49ers a 2014 second-round pick as part of April's trade of QB Alex Smith. The 49ers can deal that pick for its second-round value before Tuesday's trade deadline, if so desired.

Huddle Up: Not likely the Chiefs will mind tossing a second-round pick at the Niners for a perfect season thus far. As for the 49ers, they're stockpiling draft picks once again.


Posted: 8/23/2013 9:35pm et

The Kansas City Chiefs have played it safe with QB Alex Smith through the first two preseason games, as he has reportedly looked downfield very little. He has yet to target WR Dwayne Bowe during the preseason.

Huddle Up: This could be a sign of things to come in the regular season. Smith doesn't have a big arm and he hasn't thrown the ball downfield much during his career. Andy Reid is likely to focus more on the short passing game, which could limit Bowe's overall fantasy value.


Posted: 8/17/2013 12:13am et

Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith completed seven of his 16 pass attempts for 62 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in preseason action Friday, Aug. 16, against the San Francisco 49ers, his former team.

Huddle Up: After playing well in the opener against the Saints, Smith struggled versus a more stout 49ers' defense. It's hard to judge anything in the preseason but even if he has a productive year in Kansas City, Smith won't be anything more than a decent fantasy backup. At best, Smith will help fantasy owners as a bye-week filler and injury replacement when the match-up is favorable.


Posted: 7/27/2013 1:23am et

Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith connected with WR Dexter McCluster on a deep pass down the middle that was hauled in for a touchdown Friday, July 26, on the first play at training camp. More importantly than the big plays, head coach Andy Reid likes consistency, and Smith went several plays into practice before throwing his first incompletion. "There weren't a lot of balls on the ground, and it looked like the defense had people covered," Reid said.

Huddle Up: Smith completed 70 percent of his passes last season before suffering a concussion and eventually being replaced by Colin Kaepernick, so he has experience keeping the ball off the ground. If he can remain accurate in Reid's high-volume passing offense, he'll have an opportunity to put up helpful fantasy numbers.


Posted: 7/17/2013 5:39pm et

Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith said new head coach Andy Reid has been "very hands-on" regarding the quarterbacks and the offense, which incorporates some of the same terminology that Smith used under the direction of San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman for the past two seasons. He seems happy to have a new beginning. "To see them make the move and trade and get me, and it's what I wanted to happen -- very exciting. Now, it's my turn to go make the most of it."

Huddle Up: Smith was showing signs of life prior to his injury and replacement by Colin Kaepernick last season, completing 70 percent of his passes. That bodes well for his role in Reid's perennially pass-happy offense, which could generate enough opportunities for Smith to be a legitimate fantasy contributor.


Posted: 6/28/2013 6:49pm et

Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles labeled QB Alex Smith as a Super Bowl-caliber quarterback. "I think he is. He's got a great arm," Charles said. "He's been winning most all of his career. I think he wants to prove people wrong: That he is a good quarterback, that he can stay consistent."

Huddle Up: Smith was having a solid season in San Francisco prior to suffering a concussion and losing his job to Colin Kaepernick. And given the propensity of an Andy Reid offense to throw the ball he should have ample opportunity to pile up some stats in Kansas City this season. He's not a starting caliber fantasy quarterback, but he's a solid backup plan with definite upside given his offense.


Posted: 6/6/2013 6:11pm et

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid isn't afraid to have QB Alex Smith throw the ball downfield often, something he wasn't accustomed to doing during his time as a starter for the San Francisco 49ers. Reid is challenging Smith to be more aggressive without being careless with the football and causing turnovers. 'It's a new offense. I would tell any quarterback that comes in new that that's what you need to do. I've told them all that. Go ahead and take your shots and see what you can get away with, within reason. But if it's a close throw, there are going to be a few of those in the National Football League on game day so you need to know what you can get away with on each route,' Reid said.

Huddle Up: Smith's career yards per pass attempt is 6.6, and it'll be interesting to see what happens if he does cut loose with a WR and TE corps that aren't exactly built for stretching the field.


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