After 5-0 start, Chiefs stunned to be sitting at 6-5 now

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Tyreek Hill thought everything was back to normal after a midseason swoon when the second-year wide receiver saw the Chiefs dancing and prancing through practice this week.

Alex Smith thought the same thing the way his team responded to an ugly loss to the Giants.

They were both dreadfully wrong.

Now, the same Chiefs team that beat the Patriots and Eagles on the way to a 5-0 start, and that just six weeks ago was considered a Super Bowl contender, has dropped five of its past six games.

And with the Los Angeles Chargers getting hot, the Chiefs’ lead in the AFC West has been trimmed to one game.

”Yeah, a little frustrated,” said Smith, whose interception to Tre’Davious White with about a minute left Sunday sealed a 16-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills that was every bit as ugly as the rest.

”Everyone is trying to figure out and do their job,” Smith said. ”Help get us going.”

Problem is nobody seems to know where to start.

Smith began the season throwing 18 touchdown passes without a pick, but has since thrown four picks and only one touchdown pass.

Kareem Hunt was the league’s top rusher for several weeks, but was held to just 17 yards on 11 carries by the Bills. And

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