Steve Smith
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By Steve Painter, Ravens Correspondent, Thu, May 28th 8:28pm EDT

Coach John Harbaugh probably wants to ease of the pedal a bit but with rookie Breshad Perriman replacing Torrey Smith, it appears Smith will be heavily used in 2015.

Fantasy Impact: He's 36 and never considered retirement, so he'll be ready for a repeat of his 79 receptions and 1,065 yard 2014. Draft him and enjoy the return on investment.


By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Jan 11th 3:17pm EST

In a social media post Smith wrote, "Look forward to a better season next year and watch us go WIN IT ALL." (Source:

Fantasy Impact: The news is good for the Ravens and Smith, who hit it off well this year. Although Smith caught more than 50% of his 1065 yards in the first 6 games, he proved to be valuable the rest of the season. To help improve Smith's value, potential owners should look into who will be playing opposite Steve Smith Sr. next year with Torrey Smith potentially becoming an Unrestricted Free Agent.


By Matthew Terelle, Ravens Correspondent, Mon, Jan 5th 10:17am EST

Steve Smith Sr. came to play Saturday against the Steelers. He led the team in receiving, catching five passes for 101 yards on seven targets.

Fantasy Impact: Smith continues to add to his reputation as a big game player and he has been Joe Flacco's most consistent receiver this season. Smith will run into the tough New England pass defense next week, led by Darrelle Revis.


By Phil Falvo, Ravens Correspondent, Tue, Dec 16th 9:24am EST

With only 5 catches for 37 yards on Sunday, Steve Smith passed Steve Largent to move into 15th on the all-time receiving yards list. For the season, Smith has caught 66 passes for 926 yards, averaging 14 yards per reception. Additionally, Smith has caught six touchdowns. (Source: Aaron Wilson via The Baltimore Sun)

Fantasy Impact: Smith's production was low against a Jacksonville's 24th ranked pass defense. In Week 16, Smith and the Ravens visit the Houston Texans and their 26th ranked pass defense. Will the match-up looks enticing proceed with caution.


By Matthew Terelle, Ravens Correspondent, Mon, Dec 8th 4:53pm EST

Steve Smith had a good game Sunday against the Dolphins. He caught seven passes for 70 yards and a touchdown.

Fantasy Impact: Smith has faded as of late after a strong start to the season. On Sunday he showed there's still a little left in the tank but keep in mind this is just his second touchdown since Week 6. Torrey Smith also didn't play so Steve's production could have been a result of additional attention from Joe Flacco. Smith is still just a weak WR3 going forward.


By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Nov 9th 4:47pm EST

Against the Tennessee Titans Steve Smith made 3 receptions on 7 targets for a season low 17 yards.

Fantasy Impact: After a hot start to the season, Steve Smith's recent performances have not been the same as of late. Do take this game with a grain of salt as he was second on the team in terms of targets. Look for Smith to up his performance after the Ravens' upcoming bye week.


By Andy Holloway, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Oct 19th 10:39pm EDT

Steve Smith underwhelmed compared to the past few weeks putting up a 67 yard day on 3 catches vs. Atlanta. He also scuffled with the Atlanta secondary in classic fashion.

Fantasy Impact: Smith has shown us so much this year as a #1 caliber wideout that this game comes as a disappointment. Never the less, he is easily Joe Flacco's favorite weapon on the outside, and fits in nicely as a solid WR2 in all formats.


By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Tue, Oct 7th 3:42am EDT

This past week against the Colts included Steve Smith's 5 receptions for 34 yards on 7 targets.

Fantasy Impact: This was Steve Smith's first bad game of the season. It marks the first time he failed to gain at least 70 yards receiving. Until opposing teams allow Torrey Smith to beat them, believe in Steve Smith to continue his success, barring any injury.


By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Sep 21st 5:52pm EDT

In this week's game against the Browns WR Steve Smith Jr caught 5 passes on 7 targets for 101 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Steve Smith has clearly established himself as QB Joe Flacco's favorite target. He has 31 targets through 3 games and has already had his second 100-yard receiving game of the season. Look for Steve Smith to continue being Flacco's go-to guy.


By Andy Holloway, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Sep 7th 11:59pm EDT

Steve Smith had 7 receptions for 118 yards and a touchdown in today's game vs. the Cincinnati Bengals.

Fantasy Impact: Smith validated the offseason hype, as his ageless frame hauled in 7 passes and made Joe Flacco look good on a long bomb in the second half for a touchdown.


By Andy Holloway, Ravens Correspondent, Tue, Aug 12th 10:35pm EDT

Already the talk of camp, veteran Steve Smith was one of the Ravens that "the 49ers really struggled to deal with" in recent joint practices. He continues to get better and generate buzz from Ravens coaches and teammates. (Source: Baltimore Sun)

Fantasy Impact: Despite glowing reports and a work ethic unmatched by most at his position, we simply can't elevate him higher than a WR3 option at this point. He's a late round option with WR2 upside in a new offense in Baltimore.


By Andy Holloway, Ravens Correspondent, Sat, Aug 2nd 11:37am EDT

Steve Smith has been the talk of camp so far in Baltimore, drawing rave reviews from new OC Gary Kubiak. "The juice he has as a player right now at this stage in his career is so impressive," Kubiak said. "Steve is a confident, energizing person on the field, very competitive, ‘Give me the ball, coach’-type of guy, which is what you want. You want guys like that, and I’ve really enjoyed it." (Source: Baltimore Sun)

Fantasy Impact: Steve Smith is still on the downside of his career, but don't be surprised if he puts up respectable WR2/WR3 numbers in a Baltimore offense that is sure to be pass dependent under Kubiak.

Breaking Football | Jul 30th
He's old as dirt but he's really all they've got, so, whatever that means
The NY Times | Jul 30th
The 36 year old enters his 15th season as a low upside, high volume PPR asset.
WalterFootball | Jul 29th
Mighty Mouse started out strong last season, but hit the old man wall. He's back this year and rookie Breshad Perriman is his biggest competition for targets. You can't count Smith out until a chorus of fat ladies start signing over his grave, so much like Roddy White, Anquan Boldin and Marques Colston, don't let the old guys fall too far in your drafts.
RotoBaller | Jul 28th
The only returning target from last years starters, Smith should be seeing a lot of work early in the season.
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 6th
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