2013 DRAFT GUIDE
 #11 Alex Smith
 Pos: Quarterback
NFL Team: KAN
Injury: OK
 Experience: 10
College: Utah
Height: 76
Weight: 217
Born: 5/7/1984
 Year  Tm  Gm  Cmp  Att  Yds  TDs  Int  Sack  Rush  Yds  TDs  Fum 
PROJKAN29748838662511421491
2012SFO101532181737135243113204
2011SFO162734453144175445217922
2010SFO142043422370141025186002
2009SFO162253722350181222245101

Summary

Quarterback Rank: #24All Players: #203
Smith was having another decent season before getting hurt and watching Colin Kaepernick take over as the starter for the 49ers. Smith was benched the rest of the year even when he was healthy enough to play, serving as the top backup. Smith had 13 touchdowns to five interceptions in nine games before the injury/benching. He completed 70 percent of his passes but didn't do a great job of making plays downfield. He had fewer than 150-passing yards two games. Smith can still be a starter in this league, though. He has the track record of success and winning games in the NFL. He still doesn't have a 20-touchdown season as a pro but did break 3,000-passing yards in 2011. Smith has a big arm, moves around the pocket pretty well and will make plays running the ball (130-plus rushing yards each of last two seasons). His accuracy is improving, though, and he limits turnovers for the most part. Smith heads to Kansas City to take over their offense, an offense that should throw the ball plenty. He could be setup for a career season.
FANTASY OUTLOOK
Smith is an intriguing fantasy option. Andy Reid has a history of producing good fantasy numbers for quarterbacks. Smith has never produced big numbers in a starting role but that could change this year. If all goes well for him, he could get around 4,000 yards and 25 touchdowns, making him a low-end No. 1 or top backup for fantasy teams.

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Notes

Draft stock for Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater appears to be falling based on recent workouts, so the Kansas City Chiefs may take a flier on Bridgewater if he is available with the 23rd overall selection. The Chiefs do not have a second-round pick and it is believed Bridgewater would be insurance for QB Alex Smith.
Source: KFFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs' contract extension negotiations with QB Alex Smith are ongoing. He has one year and $7.5 million left on his current contract, and there remains no timetable for an extension to be reached, according to general manager John Dorsey.
Source: KFFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs are likely to stay away from drafting a quarterback unless contract extension talks with QB Alex Smith look like they are going nowhere.
Source: KFFL.com
Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith said he is excited about what the offense will be able to do next season because of the success they had in the second half of the 2013 season. 'I'm very excited, if you look at our last eight or nine games offensively, we really did some good things and took off a little bit there,' Smith said. 'And we got some momentum heading into the offseason. Obviously the playoff game was tough to take, but there are some positive things, too.'
Fantasy Impact: Smith could get more chances to air it out next season, especially if the Chiefs upgrade at receiver, which seems likely.
Source: KFFL.com
Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith said he would like to stay with the team but will not worry about his contract because he still has one year left on his contract. 'I think at this point when you get veteran enough it's always year to year. You just understand it's the nature of the game. You've got to play good, otherwise you move on, so I don't care how many years you've got on a contract, for me it's just to be expected."
Source: KFFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs may want to draft a quarterback in the early rounds of the NFL draft and groom him to be the eventual successor for QB Alex Smith, in the opinion of Ron Jaworski.
Source: KFFL.com
Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt hopes QB Alex Smith will be the long term answer at quarterback for the team. 'When we made the trade for him a year ago, that was part of the thinking,' Hunt said of re-signing Smith. 'I don't think that thinking has changed. He came in and did a nice job. We're glad to have him as a part of the Kansas City Chiefs and we hope it's longer than a two-year stay.'
Source: KFFL.com
Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith said the team has not contacted him or his agent about a contract extension.
Source: KFFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs will try to extend QB Alex Smith's contract this offseason, before he begins the final year of his deal.
Source: KFFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs have declared QB Alex Smith, OT Branden Albert, LB Derrick Johnson, DL Dontari Poe, WR Dwayne Bowe, RB Jamaal Charles, LB Tamba Hali inactive for Week 17.
Source: KFFL.com

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  #2  Drew BreesNOR7
  #3  Aaron RodgersGNB4
  #4  M. StaffordDET9
  #5  Cam NewtonCAR4
  #6  Andrew LuckIND8
Sleeper #7  Nick FolesPHI12
  #8  Philip RiversSDG8
  #9  Andy DaltonCIN12
  #10  Matt RyanATL6
  #11  Tom BradyNWE10
  #12  R. Griffin IIIWAS5
  #13  Tony RomoDAL11
  #14  Jay CutlerCHI8
  #15  R. WilsonSEA12
Hot #16  C. KaepernickSFO9
Sleeper #17  R. TannehillMIA6
Cold #18  B. RoethlisbergerPIT5
  #19  Joe FlaccoBAL8
  #20  Eli ManningNYG9
Sleeper #21  Carson PalmerARI9
Sleeper #22  Sam BradfordSTL11
  #23  J. Manziel---
Sleeper #24  Alex SmithKAN10
  #25  Mike GlennonTAM5
  #26  Jake LockerTEN8
  #27  EJ ManuelBUF12
  #28  Michael VickNYJ10
  #29  Geno SmithNYJ10
  #30  Chad HenneJAC9
  #31  Brian HoyerCLE10
  #32  T. PryorOAK7
  #33  T. Bridgewater---
  #34  Josh McCownTAM5
Cold #35  Mark SanchezPHI12
  #36  C. PonderMIN5
  #37  Matt SchaubOAK7
  #38  Kirk CousinsWAS5
  #39  Josh FreemanNYG9
  #40  R. FitzpatrickHOU8
  #41  Blake Bortles---
  #42  Matt FlynnGNB4
  #43  B. GabbertSFO9
  #44  Drew StantonARI9
  #45  Matt MooreMIA6
  #46  M. HasselbeckIND8
  #47  B. WeedenDAL11
  #48  Matt CasselMIN5
  #49  Kyle OrtonDAL11
  #50  Colt McCoyWAS5
  #51  Matt BarkleyPHI12
  #52  J. CampbellCIN12
  #53  Shaun HillSTL11
  #54  Ryan MallettNWE10
  #55  Derek Carr---
  #56  Jeff TuelBUF12
  #57  Chase DanielKAN10
  #58  J. Garoppolo---
  #59  Landry JonesPIT5
  #60  B. OsweilerDEN9
  #61  A.J. McCarron---
  #62  T.J. YatesHOU8
  #63  B. GradkowskiPIT5
  #64  Rex GrossmanWAS5
  #65  C. PainterNYG9
  #66  D. AndersonCAR4
  #67  John SkeltonTEN8
  #68  Tyrod TaylorBAL8
  #69  Josh JohnsonCIN12
  #70  C. WhitehurstTEN8
  #71  Ryan LindleyARI9
  #72  Ricky StanziJAC9
  #73  T. JacksonSEA12
  #74  Ryan NassibNYG9
  #75  Zac DysertDEN9
  #76  Charlie BatchPIT5
  #77  Brad SorensenSDG8
  #78  Luke McCownNOR7
  #79  B.J. DanielsSEA12
  #80  Tyler WilsonTEN8
  #81  Case KeenumHOU8
  #82  Matt McGloinOAK7
  #83  Brady QuinnSTL11
Cold #84  Vince YoungGNB4
  #85  D. DavisATL6
  #86  C. HarnishIND8
  #87  Matt SimmsNYJ10
  #88  Caleb HanieCLE10
  #89  Trent EdwardsOAK7
  #90  Scott TolzienGNB4
  #91  T. LewisBUF12
Cold #92  Tim TebowNWE10
  #93  Rusty SmithTEN8
  #94  Dan OrlovskyDET9
  #95  K. ClemensSDG8
Injury Concern #96  Kevin KolbBUF12
  #97  David GarrardNYJ10

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