Reunion in K.C.: 49ers face Alex Smith
Alex Smith and Jim Harbaugh reunite
Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith shakes hands with his former coach, Jim Harbaugh, before Kansas City and San Francisco's preseason game on Aug. 16.
Harbaugh and Colin Kaepernick get ready for Chiefs
Jim Harbaugh tosses the ball to quarterback Colin Kaepernick before their game against the Chiefs.
Smith prepares to face former team
Alex Smith warms up before the game. The former 49ers QB completed 7 of 16 passes (43.8 completion percentage) for 62 yards with no touchdowns or turnovers on the night.
Kaepernick prepares to face Chiefs
Colin Kaepernick throws a pass in pregame warmups. Kaepernick played just one series the whole night, completing 1 of 2 passes for negative-1 yard.
49ers fans make trek to Kansas City
A 49ers fan takes a photograph before San Francisco's game versus the Chiefs.
Kaepernick hands off to Gore
Colin Kaepernick gives the ball off to Frank Gore during the first half.
Gore in midseason form
Frank Gore runs for a 52-yard gain in the first half. He finished with two rushes for 54 yards.
49ers put pressure on Smith
Alex Smith passes over 49ers linebacker Michael Wilhoite during the first half. Wilhoite had three tackles in the game.
Smith on the run
Alex Smith ran for seven yards on two rushing attempts.
49ers on the board
49ers kicker Phil Dawson kicks and makes a 42-yard field goal in the first half. Dawson made all three kicks he attempted, including two 55-yarders.
The 49ers' Parys Haralson was called for a penalty on this first-half tackle of Alex Smith. Haralson finished with two tackles and one sack.
Andy Reid talks to Smith
Chiefs coach Andy Reid talks with Alex Smith during the first half. Kansas City lost the game 15-13.
Gore chats with Smith after the game
Frank Gore and Alex Smith catch up after the game. The 49ers are now 1-1 on the preseason. The Chiefs are 0-2.
Smith and Kaepernick meet again
Alex Smith talks with the man who replaced him in San Francisco, Colin Kaepernick. After Smith went down with a concussion in Week 10 last season, Kaepernick stepped in and never looked back, starting every game the rest of the year.