Social Recap: Chiefs Creeping It Real

Halloween Edition

Alex Smith wasn't joking around with this costume.

The Smith family was themed around Batman this year.

"We let the kids decide and this time it was the 4-year-old and he wanted to be Batman and everybody else kind of pegs off him and I got told I'm being the Joker," Smith said.  "I just went with it. I had fun. It was nice after we got a big win. We've got young kids. It's a fun time, Halloween, and to go have fun with that, they got a kick out of that."

Alex's hands are good, but when it comes to hair and makeup, his wife's are better.

"I just sat there and my wife got me ready," Smith laughed. "It probably took 20 minutes at least."

And this isn't the first time she's orchestrated the family in pulling off their themed Halloweens.

We escaped Andy's room!! Happy Halloween. #toystory

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Happy Halloween!! 👻🎃#turtlepower

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Happy Halloween.. Love the Smith family

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Kids weren't the only ones reacting to Smith's Halloween look.

Who said you couldn't dress up for work?

Andy Reid has a doppelgänger.

The Colquitt Crew was a little bit of everything for the Chiefs Halloween Party.

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