Kansas City's Alex Smith is in elite company.
And he's not happy about it.
He's among five quarterbacks selected No. 1 overall in the last 25 years who lost when facing their former team for the first time.
It happened to Drew Bledsoe when he played New England, Michael Vick against Atlanta, Carson Palmer against Cincinnati, Peyton Manning against Indianapolis… and Sunday it was Smith's turn.
Despite giving the San Francisco 49ers a healthy scare, Smith and the Chiefs suffered a 22-17 defeat on the road. The game ended when Smith's deep pass was intercepted with two minutes to play, allowing the 49ers to seal the victory with three kneel downs.