How can Alex Smith look so bad for three and a half quarters and then look so good for another half quarter and overtime when the pressure is on? This stat via ESPN isn’t what I expected to see out of the Chiefs this year because Alex Smith doesn’t strike me as the lead-a-big-comeback type: The Raiders are +39 in scoring in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter. The Chiefs are second at +27. “Yeah, it’s weird, but I think the crazier it gets, the calmer he is,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “For whatever reason – that’s just how he’s wired. It seems to just calm...
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