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Alex Smith, QB Kansas City Chiefs

2014 Strength of Schedule - KC

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats

WeekOppCompAttPaYdsPaTDIntYPAYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnapsSnap%
1JAX2134173205.18.2425006.261/6298%
2DAL2136223206.210.6857007.167/67100%
3PHI2235273007.812.41132002.982/82100%
4NYG2441288327.012.0737005.373/73100%
5TEN2039245016.312.2310003.370/70100%
6OAK1431128004.19.1429007.263/63100%
7HOU2334240017.110.4628104.768/68100%
8CLE2436225206.29.4640006.773/73100%
9BUF1929124004.36.547001.858/58100%
10BYE--------------
11DEN2145230205.111.05520010.478/78100%
12SD2638294317.711.32-300-1.564/64100%
13DEN2642293217.011.34460011.572/72100%
14WAS1420137206.89.827003.548/6376%
15OAK17202875014.416.9417014.243/5480%
16IND1629153025.39.6647017.857/57100%
17SD--------------
Totals30850933132386.510.876431125.7977/100497%

Most Recent News

Alex Smith didn't have full playbook until midseason
February 10, 2014, 12:09pm

Kansas City Star - [Full Article]

Chiefs QB Alex Smith didn't have the entire playbook at his disposal until midseason.

“It was our first year in the offense, we didn’t turn the ball over, we were opportunistic in the red zone, but yes we didn’t really have the entire playbook at hand, and that’s to be expected in the first year with a lot of new faces. So as the year went on and we got more comfortable and coach Reid got more comfortable with us and his staff, he started to trust us with more and we showed that we could handle it. By the end, I was feeling really good about things.”


Fantasy Impact:
Smith posted the #12 average (17.3 PPG) on the season. Prior to the Chiefs' Week 10 bye, he averaged 213 yards and 1.0 TD. After the bye (and including the playoffs), he averaged 253 yards and 2.6 TD. That's 22.7 PPG -- for reference, Drew Brees averaged 22.6 PPG in 2013. Smith is likely to be a great value on draft day.