The old school QB still has a few tricks up his sleeve and continues to earn high praise from this town's diehard sports fans who love rebound story more than anything.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Alex Smith, in his words, could "see the blood pumping out" of a cut under his left sock late in the first half of Washington's last game. So could the TV audience. "Never," the 36-year-old quarterback would say after the win, matter-of-fact as can be, "had one gush like that."