Kansas City Chiefs: The Year in Photographs

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Of course, Dorsey’s biggest move last off season was bringing in quarterback Alex Smith. He is the prototypical game manager but once he adjusted to Andy Reid‘s offense, he performed quite well. Although he could frustrate fans with his lack of down field throwing, he protected the football and made few turnovers.

One of the biggest surprises about Smith was how effective he was running the football. Whether it was scrambling out of the pocket, or on called sneaks and carries, Smith did a great job with his legs this season.

Smith carried the ball 76 times for 431 yards, a terrific 5.7 yards per carry. By the end of the season, he was a weapon on the ground as well as in the passing attack.

There you have it. The 2013 Kansas City Chiefs season in photographs. I hope you had fun!

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