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11 Alex Smith QB
Height/Weight: 6-4/217 | Birthdate: 5/7/1984 | Birthplace: Seattle, WA, USA | Team: Kansas City | College: Utah | NFL Experience: 10 | Owned/Started%: 67/13 | Average Draft Position: 138.29
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Projections
Comp-AttYardsTDINTRushYdsRushTDFPTS
2014 Season - Average326.5-540.53659.024.513.5284.51.5282
2014 Season - Dave Richard332-551382923172352268
2014 Season - Jamey Eisenberg321-530348926103341291
Current Player Ranking: 21
 
Key Stats
GPPYDSPCTTDsINTRATING
15331360.623789.1
 
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Comp-AttYardsTDINTRushAttRushYdRuTDRushPCT
45-7430516213291 18.1
 
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Recent Trades
DateTradedTraded For
07/11/2014Alex Smith, QB KC
Jeremy Maclin, WR PHI
Jordan Reed, TE WAS
Demaryius Thomas, WR DEN
07/11/2014Matthew Stafford, QB DET
Calvin Johnson, WR DET
Alex Smith, QB KC
Philip Rivers, QB SD
Aaron Rodgers, QB GB
07/08/2014Sean Weatherspoon, OLB ATL
Alex Smith, QB KC
 
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Alex Smith intercepted twice
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/24/14) Playing without No. 1 receiver Dwayne Bowe and star running back Jamaal Charles, Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith struggled Saturday against the Vikings. Smith completed 14 of 24 passes for 140 yards and no touchdowns with two interceptions.

Smith, who ran three times for 21 yards, has accounted for three turnovers and zero scores this preseason.

Chiefs yearn to expand horizons of Alex Smith in 2014
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(8/15/14) Andy Reid and Chiefs quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy are working with quarterback Alex Smith to throw deeper balls more consistently this season. That word came from the start of training camp, according to ESPN.

"Let's let the ball rip a little bit," Nagy told Smith. "It's practice. Let's see what we can get away with and what we can't get away with so when the games come we know where we're at."

The Chiefs are seeking to make more big plays than they did a year ago. They believe that Smith, who threw just seven interceptions in 2013, can add the long ball without sacrificing accuracy or adding picks.

"We're a little more aggressive right now in training camp with some downfield throws as far as his decision making," Nagy added. "We're telling him to push the ball. You may see an interception here or there that he may not necessarily make in a game but we're telling him to do that, trust it and just see what happens. Now, when we get to a game, let's make the right decision."

A successful vertical passing game could create space to make explosive featured back Jamaal Charles even more of a threat in 2014.

Alex Smith on pay-as-you-go deal: No thanks
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/10/14) Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith told USA Today that he's not interested in a contract extension structured like the one the Bengals just gave Andy Dalton. That six-year extension functions more like a two-year contract, as it's essentially pay-as-you-go after Year 2.

"I want to get something that's right that I'm going to play out, absolutely, and that's definitely a focus of mine," he said.

Smith continues to hope the sides can work out an extension before the season. He's scheduled to make $7.5 million this season, the final year of his deal.

Alex Smith does little in first preseason game
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(8/7/14) Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith did not make much of an impact during Thursday's preseason opener against the Bengals.

Smith stayed in the game with the first-team offense for three drives and loss a fumble after getting sacked in the second series of the game. He completed 3 of 5 passes for 19 yards, averaging 3.8 yards per attempt.

The Chiefs will travel to Carolina to face the Panthers on Aug. 17.
Alex Smith will table negotiations at some point
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/30/14) The Chiefs and Alex Smith continue to discuss a contract extension, but the quarterback said Wednesday that at some point he will table those talks, reports the Kansas City Star.

"You’re getting to the point where either way, you want it to stop being a distraction," Smith said. "You guys know how I feel about this, and it’s the truth."

Smith, 30, has one year left on his contract at $7.5 million.

"You’re finally gonna cross a line where it’s like, it’s just football from here on out and I’m done not only talking about it with you guys, but even behind the scenes as well," Smith said. "We talk about eliminating distractions and that’s a part of it. The focus needs to be on ball."

 
 
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SeptemberPassingRushingFumbles
GamedateOppResultGSAttCompPctYdsTDIntRateSacYdsAttYdsAvgLgTDFumRec
9/8@JACW 28-2Yes342161.81732094.4124256.313010
9/15DALW 17-16Yes362158.32232095.04248577.117000
9/19@PHIW 26-16Yes352262.92730087.052511322.99000
9/29NYGW 31-7Yes412458.52883284.2107375.311000
Total  41468860.39577289.91151301515.017010
OctoberPassingRushingFumbles
GamedateOppResultGSAttCompPctYdsTDIntRateSacYdsAttYdsAvgLgTDFumRec
10/6@TENW 26-17Yes392051.32450160.32123103.36000
10/13OAKW 24-7Yes311445.21280056.93234297.313000
10/20HOUW 17-16Yes342367.62400175.6296284.723100
10/27CLEW 23-17Yes362466.722520102.26306406.723000
Total  41408157.98382274.01374191075.623100
NovemberPassingRushingFumbles
GamedateOppResultGSAttCompPctYdsTDIntRateSacYdsAttYdsAvgLgTDFumRec
11/3@BUFW 23-13Yes291965.51240074.529471.88010
11/17@DENL 17-27Yes452146.72302077.133055210.425011
11/24SDL 38-41Yes382668.429431106.73132-3-1.5-1000
Total  31126658.96485186.585211565.125021
DecemberPassingRushingFumbles
GamedateOppResultGSAttCompPctYdsTDIntRateSacYdsAttYdsAvgLgTDFumRec
12/1DENL 28-35Yes422661.92932188.70044611.526000
12/8@WASW 45-10Yes201470.013720122.300273.54000
12/15@OAKW 56-31Yes201785.028750158.32124174.311010
12/22INDL 7-23Yes281657.11530157.65216477.822030
12/29@SDL 24-27NoDid Not Play
Total  41107366.487092110.0733161177.326040
JanuaryPassingRushingFumbles
GamedateOppResultGSAttCompPctYdsTDIntRateSacYdsAttYdsAvgLgTDFumRec
1/4@INDL 44-45Yes463065.237840119.72158577.116010
Yearly TotalPassingRushingFumbles
GSAttCompPctYdsTDIntRateSacYdsAttYdsAvgLgTDFumRec
  1550830860.6331323789.139210764315.726171
 
Passing
YearTeamGGSAttCompPctYdsYPALgTDIntTkld20+40+Rate
2005San Francisco 49ers971658450.98755.304711129/18513240.8
2006San Francisco 49ers161644225758.128906.5475161635/20234874.8
2007San Francisco 49ers771939448.79144.74452417/12111157.2
2008San Francisco 49ers0000---0---0000/000---
2009San Francisco 49ers111037222560.523506.3273181222/13433581.5
2010San Francisco 49ers111034220459.623706.9362141025/14030782.1
2011San Francisco 49ers161644527361.331447.075617544/26341690.7
2012San Francisco 49ers10921815370.217377.975513524/137224104.1
2013Kansas City Chiefs151550830860.633136.527123739/21042689.1
TOTAL95902685159859.5175936.557510470235/13922263981.0
Rushing
YearTeamGGSAttYdsAvgLgTD20+1st
2005San Francisco 49ers97301033.419003
2006San Francisco 49ers1616441473.3222112
2007San Francisco 49ers7713896.825025
2008San Francisco 49ers0000---0000
2009San Francisco 49ers111024512.111006
2010San Francisco 49ers111018603.312003
2011San Francisco 49ers1616521793.4142013
2012San Francisco 49ers109311324.324016
2013Kansas City Chiefs1515764315.7261523
TOTAL959028811924.1265971
Receiving
YearTeamGGSRecYdsAvgLgTD20+40+1st
2005San Francisco 49ers9700---00000
2006San Francisco 49ers161600---00000
2007San Francisco 49ers7700---00000
2008San Francisco 49ers0000---00000
2009San Francisco 49ers11101-6-6.0-60000
2010San Francisco 49ers111000---00000
2011San Francisco 49ers161600---00000
2012San Francisco 49ers10900---00000
2013Kansas City Chiefs15151-4-4.0-40000
TOTAL95902-10-5.0-40000
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2005San Francisco 49ers900.000000.0000
2006San Francisco 49ers1633.000000.0000
2007San Francisco 49ers711.000000.0000
2008San Francisco 49ers000.000000.0000
2009San Francisco 49ers1111.000000.0000
2010San Francisco 49ers1100.000000.0000
2011San Francisco 49ers1611.000000.0000
2012San Francisco 49ers1000.000000.0000
2013Kansas City Chiefs1511.000000.0000
TOTAL9577.000000.0000
Fumbles
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2005San Francisco 49ers9113060060
2006San Francisco 49ers16105020020
2007San Francisco 49ers765000000
2008San Francisco 49ers000000000
2009San Francisco 49ers1131010010
2010San Francisco 49ers1142000000
2011San Francisco 49ers1672040040
2012San Francisco 49ers1041020020
2013Kansas City Chiefs1573010010
TOTAL95522201600160
 
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