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5-1, 1st in AFC West

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

C.J. Spiller said he's not surprised by how rookie Kareem Hunt has played for the Chiefs over the season's first six games. "You kind of saw those flashes in training camp,'' said Spiller, who rejoined the Chiefs for practice Tuesday after being signed by Kansas City for the fourth time this year. Hunt leads the NFL with 630 rushing yards,

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Smith on hit: 'I felt like it was extremely late' (0:27)
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FPI: Chiefs Kingdom still a royal flush

Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh appears to have been a mere speed bump. Kansas City still own's the NFL's best chances at winning its division (92.2 percent), winning its conference championship (41.3) and winning the Super Bowl (25) in ESPN's FPI.

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20hAdam Teicher

QB Smith: Mitchell's hit 'as flagrant as it gets'

After Alex Smith was able to watch Mike Mitchell's low hit on Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback said Tuesday that the hit was "extremely late" and "as flagrant as it gets."

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

RB C.J. Spiller, who was with the Chiefs earlier in the season, was re-signed as Kansas City has two backs on this week's injury report. Kareem Hunt has a knee injury, though he's listed as a full practice participant for Monday. Charcandrick West has a concussion and did not practice. The Chiefs waived rookie WR Marcus Kemp to clear roster space for Spiller.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs didn't practice today but issued an injury report that says WR Tyreek Hill would have been a full practice participant with a neck injury if they had. Others who who would have been full participants: RB Kareem Hunt (knee), DL Allen Bailey (knee) and safety Steven Terrell (concussion). Offensive linemen Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (knee) and Mitch Morse (foot) would have been limited participants. Running back Charcandrick West (concussion) and wide receiver Albert Wilson (knee) would not have practiced.

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Steelers safety Mitchell: 'I'm not a dirty player'

"I'm not a dirty player," Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell said, claiming he inadvertently fell into Alex Smith's legs on the play that drew the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback's ire Sunday.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton on the fourth-quarter pass that went through the hands of cornerback Phillip Gaines and then off his helmet before caroming to Pittsburgh wide receiver Antonio Brown for the Steelers' winning touchdown on Sunday: “I think the ball got on him really quick. He was on the man, on Brown, and his head turned the second the ball was on him. What do you say? It's just one of those things that I guess makes football such an interesting deal, or any sport, when it takes a bounce like that. Really unfortunate for us, fortunate for them. That's the risk we all take when we go out there to play. Things can happen like that. It's unfortunate. That would have been a huge stop for us right there and it goes from a stop to a touchdown. Brown made a great play, not an easy play to make. He did a great job on it.''

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Vote: The best and worst from Sunday in the NFL

Which performance from Sunday in the NFL stood out the most? What was the biggest surprise? And how will the Packers fare without their quarterback?

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3dAdam Teicher

Chiefs QB Smith: I was fired up after late hit

Chiefs QB Alex Smith, normally calm and collected on the field, admitted that he got fired up over the low hit to the knees he received from Steelers safety Mike Mitchell.

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Chiefs' aura of invincibility ripped away by Steelers (0:53)
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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs had their aura of invincibility ripped away in Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Kareem Hunt is the 1st rookie in NFL history with 100+ scrimmage yards in each of the first 6 games of a season (via Elias Sports Bureau).

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Clark's doubts about Chiefs come to light in loss (1:58)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Le'Veon Bell finished with 196 total yards and a TD in the Steelers win over the Chiefs. Power, vision, patience and the speed to get up the field. Bell put on a clinic today.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Alex Smith's 57-yard touchdown pass to De'Anthony Thomas (and ensuing PAT) increased the Chiefs' chances of beating the Steelers by 30%.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs RB Charcandrick West is being evaluated for a concussion,

Team Stats

Passing Yards252.27th
Rushing Yards134.84th
Points For29.52nd
Points Against21.7Tied-13th

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