(Staff/Joe Ledford) Kansas City Chiefs Neil Smith notified the Denver fans of his success after sacking Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway during the game. The Chiefs beat the Broncos 31-28. (Staff/Joe Ledford) ORG XMIT: JQKJ4NC
(Staff/Joe Ledford) Kansas City Chiefs Neil Smith notified the Denver fans of his success after sacking Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway during the game. The Chiefs beat the Broncos 31-28. (Staff/Joe Ledford) ORG XMIT: JQKJ4NC File photo by JOE LEDFORD THE KANSAS CITY STAR
(Staff/Joe Ledford) Kansas City Chiefs Neil Smith notified the Denver fans of his success after sacking Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway during the game. The Chiefs beat the Broncos 31-28. (Staff/Joe Ledford) ORG XMIT: JQKJ4NC File photo by JOE LEDFORD THE KANSAS CITY STAR

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