Overall, Alex did good, not great, but good.

The biggest thing is he was able to keep up with his Red Zone efficiency, as he was the best Red Zone QB in football last year -- so that's the key -- get the ball into the Red Zone more often.

And Alex is not a turnover machine like we've seen from past Chiefs QB's and they haven't had a sturdy veteran commander at QB since Trent Green.

Not only that, having Smith on board is going to give them time to develop their QBOTF in Tyler Bray.