Kansas City's offense was painful to watch at times last season. That wasn't the case on Sunday.
It goes beyond the numbers, though, with Smith looking as comfortable as ever in Andy Reid's West Coast-styled offense. He calmly guided the team up and down the field, whipping the ball to seven different targets and helping tight end Travis Kelce to his biggest day as a pro with 106 yards and two scores off six catches.
"He was on the money all day," Kelce said of Smith, per The Kansas City Star. "Everything was in range. When he's playing lights out and the offensive line is blocking like they were today, we're a pretty solid football team."
Kelce deserves plenty of credit. After notching 862 yards and five touchdowns off just 688 snaps last season, Kelce will feast this year if Smith keeps it up. The third-year target consistently got open against coverage and gave Smith an easy target to throw to all day.
It helped that Smith -- searching for opportunities downfield -- wasn't afraid to take his shots. It also showed up on this quick-hit bullet into the end zone: