2008-2012 Cassel vs. Smith [TABLE]QB Cassel Smith W-L 29-33-0 27-17-1 Comp. 1,181 855 Att. 2,005 1,377 Pct. 58.9 62.1 Yards 13,242 9,601 TD 80 62 INT 55 32 NFL rating 80.6 88.2 Sacked 156 115 Sack pct. 6.9 7.4 Rush 208 125 Rush yds. 828 422 Rush TD 3 2 Rush FD 51 28 QB PAA -26.5 -17.9 QB PAR +185.5 +128.4 Total QBR 46.6 46.6[/TABLE] i've said all along since reid was hired in k.c. that alex smith would be a good fit for his system. alex does well at what reid likes to do so if alex is ever going to succeed anywhere, it should be in k.c. mike furrey led the NFC in receptions in 2006. does that make him a 'good' receiver? i agree that he is a 'legitimate' starting nfl qb (of course, 'legitimate' is very subjective). the way i see it, smith will fit into reid's offense about as well as any, will do fine throwing a lot of short and intermediate stuff and probably win a fair amount of games. he's just not the kind of guy that's going to take a team on his shoulders and take his new team to great heights after leaving his original team (Brees/Saints, Manning/Broncos, Favre/Vikings, Warner/Cardinals)............ this is more like Matt Schaub to the Texans than any of those other instances and that's why Chiefs fans are just having to stomach this whole thing.