The Kansas City Chiefs offense looked sloppy today, according to Nick Jacobs, but there were still some quality plays and performances on the day. Most notably, Alex Smith and Chris Conley seemed to be connecting very well, including a nice pass and catch between the two to score a touchdown over Marcus Peters of all people.
Conley hauled in several impressive touchdowns, and led the way for all the wide receivers today. There were a few other quality plays, highlighted by Albert Wilson taking an end around for a Touchdown after a nice pump fake and juke move. Rod Streater and Demarcus Robinson also had impressive plays.
Ross Travis shined again for the tight end group as the basketball convert made his hardwood skill work on the gridiron. This time it was a leaping, one-handed, grab in the corner of the endzone. This is getting to be fairly routine for him.
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