Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel misfired only four times in his first 17 passes, and though he finished the game 16 of 27 for 157 yards — he had a rough second half — he occasionally took some shots downfield and impressed his bosses with his play in relief of quarterback Alex Smith, who missed the game with a lacerated spleen.
Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel misfired only four times in his first 17 passes, and though he finished the game 16 of 27 for 157 yards — he had a rough second half — he occasionally took some shots downfield and impressed his bosses with his play in relief of quarterback Alex Smith, who missed the game with a lacerated spleen. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star
Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, Chiefs quarterback Chase Daniel misfired only four times in his first 17 passes, and though he finished the game 16 of 27 for 157 yards — he had a rough second half — he occasionally took some shots downfield and impressed his bosses with his play in relief of quarterback Alex Smith, who missed the game with a lacerated spleen. JOHN SLEEZER The Kansas City Star

Chiefs’ Chase Daniel keeps his poise in first NFL win as a starting quarterback

December 28, 2014 06:32 PM

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