Alex Smith has earned plenty of detractors over the course of his career, getting labeled as a "game manager" and a quarterback who is unable to lead his team when the pressure is on.
He quieted all those doubters once again Monday night.
Smith threw for 293 yards with touchdowns through the air and one on the ground. His 37-yard pass to Albert Wilson on a broken play late in the fourth quarter set up Harrison Butker's go-ahead, 43-yard field goal that helped push Kansas City to a 29-20 victory over the Washington Redskins.
"Alex never says anything. Everybody else says everything," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "He just keeps doing good and...