Alex Smith’s 4-TD Performance vs. New England | Chiefs vs. Patriots | NFL Wk 1 Player Highlights

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith threw for 368 yards and 4 touchdowns against the New England Patriots during Week 1 of the 2017 NFL Season.

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31 thoughts on “Alex Smith’s 4-TD Performance vs. New England | Chiefs vs. Patriots | NFL Wk 1 Player Highlights

  1. Alex Smith is the man. I really hope they can bring in a super bowl win before his time is up in KC. Smith is by far the most humble down to earth QB in the entire league, he deserves it

  2. I just got Alex Smith in my fantasy league because of this game. I have Matt Stafford and Andy Dalton. Thinking about cutting stafford and adding Smith any thoughts PLZ

  3. Damn! You mean Kansas City FINALLY got some Receivers?!? This is almost enough to make me finally like Football…but, No-o-o-o-o, I HATE Football! Go Royals!!!!!!!!!!
    The Royals have played in FOUR World Series since the last time the Chiefs were in the Super Bowl, and that includes waiting 29 years between the second time and the third time. Chiefs were in the Bowl last in 1970. Hate me if you want, Homies, but I do NOT like Football, even if the Chiefs ever make it back to the Bowl!

  4. People keep going to sleep on the Saints defense…. keep going to sleep on them and it will be like trying to sleep when Freddy Kruger getting after you in your sleep. I believe this Saints team right here will be very dangerous. Last year out of 16 games, only 3 games were blowouts, while the rest was pretty close with the defense being last in the league. I like the Saints chances against New England offensively and defensively. That pass rush will put a lot of quarterback on the ground and that secondary will get a lot of pick 6's. You heard it from me.

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