In Sunday’s 17-13 win over Buffalo, a relentless Bills defense sacked Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) six times, hurried him 10 times and hit him or took him to the ground while throwing at least another half-dozen times. Smith kept bouncing up, completing 17 of 29 passes for 177 yards and rushing for 25 yards, including two critical runs.
In Sunday’s 17-13 win over Buffalo, a relentless Bills defense sacked Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) six times, hurried him 10 times and hit him or took him to the ground while throwing at least another half-dozen times. Smith kept bouncing up, completing 17 of 29 passes for 177 yards and rushing for 25 yards, including two critical runs. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
In Sunday’s 17-13 win over Buffalo, a relentless Bills defense sacked Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) six times, hurried him 10 times and hit him or took him to the ground while throwing at least another half-dozen times. Smith kept bouncing up, completing 17 of 29 passes for 177 yards and rushing for 25 yards, including two critical runs. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

Chiefs QB Alex Smith takes the Bills’ punishment and dishes it out

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