Chiefs' Sean Smith Picks Off Bills' Jeff Tuel for 100-Yard INT Return for TD

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistNovember 3, 2013

Cornerback Sean Smith may have saved the Kansas City Chiefs from suffering their first loss of the season on Sunday in Buffalo. The Bills were threatening to go up by two scores early in the second half, but Smith picked off quarterback Jeff Tuel and took it 100 yards for the touchdown.

Buffalo was leading 10-3 at the time of the interception. Kansas City had already stopped Buffalo on two rushing attempts near the goal line, and Tuel made an ill-advised throw that allowed the Chiefs to tie the game. 

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