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Kartje: Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith manages a major upset in Week 1

For the entirety of Alex Smith’s career, one prevailing narrative has followed wherever he goes, loomed over every offense he’s commanded, and generally, provided the context for any conversation we’ve ever had about him as an NFL quarterback. Alex Smith, you see, is a “game manager.” It’s about as patronizing a title as any 12-year […]
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