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Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom today.
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While things are pretty slow in regards to Chiefs news today, there is still some pretty cool stuff to look at out there. Chiefs Insider Reid Ferrin at the Mothership has posted the “Top 10 Plays by a WR/TE” showing the best plays in chronological order. Definitely worth a look as we think back to the 2013 season.
We recently looked at the record-setting first year by Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith. The team’s QB put up big numbers, thanks to his many targets, including the Chiefs WRs and TEs, who combined for 226 receptions for 2,596 yards and 16 TDs in 2013.
As the Chiefs look forward to the season to come, quarterback Alex Smith is excited about the prospect of playing in year two of the Andy Reid offense. Garrett Johnston from the Kansas City Star wrote up this piece from the golf Pro-Am in Pebble Beach, California.
“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.”
2013 season: Davis began the season as a fumble-prone player who couldn’t be trusted to run the play that was called or catch the ball when it was kicked to him. His season ended with a broken leg in the playoff loss to theIndianapolis Colts, but in between Davis transformed into a player who was hardly recognizable. The Chiefs understandably didn’t trust him much early in the season but became more comfortable with him as the year went on, and he was at times effective in relief of Jamaal Charles. Though he fumbled occasionally during the season, Davis was much better securing the ball later in the season, often carrying it with two arms in what appeared to be an exaggerated pose.