Alex Smith and Chiefs best, Sam Bradford and Rams worst of NFL week 7

Published: Tuesday, Oct. 22 2013 12:09 p.m. MDT

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Alex Smith, Andy Reid & Chiefs stand alone on top

After winning only two games in 2012 and finishing with the worst record in the league, the Chiefs were in desperate need of a turn around. After naming Andy Reid as head coach and trading for quarterback Alex Smith, the Chiefs definitely seemed to be taking steps in the right direction.

What nobody expected is that 2012's worst NFL team is currently 2013's best. With a 17-16 win Sunday against the Houston Texans, Kansas City improved to 7-0. Smith's game-managing abilities were on full display as he threw for 240 yards. He also displayed his ability to run the ball with a rushing touchdown as well.

The Chiefs suit up again Sunday with a home game against the Cleveland Browns. Barring something catastrophic, expect Smith to lead the Chiefs to 8-0.
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