Glazer: Not even 49ers’ Super Bowl win will save Harbaugh in San Fran (VIDEO)
OCT 5, 12:21p ET | FOX Sports
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News: Smith -- who missed Sunday's regular season finale against the Chargers due to a lacerated spleen -- finished the 2014 season with 3,265 passing yards, 18 touchdowns and six interceptions. He added 254 rushing yards and a touchdown on the ground.
Impact: Smith posted another efficient season under center, but numbers that aren't eye-popping enough to make him a prime fantasy candidate. The deep ball isn't his specialty, leading to few big plays and overall ineffectiveness for most of his receivers. The Chiefs didn't have much for him among the wideouts this season, however, with Donnie Avery, Junior Hemingway and A.J. Jenkins all suffering injuries and leaving the corps depleted. However, the Travis Kelce breakout and the late emergence of Albert Wilson could be beneficial in 2015, as Wilson appears to be the favorite to take on the No. 2 receiver spot and gives the team a threat to stretch the field. Still, Smith doesn't figure to do much more than he has done over the past couple season with the Chiefs, and the rushing game with Jamaal Charles and Knile Davis still figures to be the team's primary form of offensive production.