By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Nov 9th 4:25pm EST
This last Sunday against the Tennessee Titans included Torrey Smith catching the ball 5 times on 8 targets with a TD.
Fantasy Impact: As of late, Torrey Smith has been a good play(when he is not getting checked out for a possible concussion). He has 5 touchdowns in 5 weeks. Look for him to continue this type of play after the Ravens' bye week.
By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Wed, Nov 5th 4:00pm EST
After a down season in terms of catches and yards, WR Torrey Smith feels he is improving. He admitted to the frustration he had during the beginning of the season, but his outlook on the rest of the season is still positive. (Source: BaltimoreRavens.com
Fantasy Impact: After having one of the best games of the season(4 catches for 63 yards and a TD), Smith is on a 4 game hot-streak. He has 4 TDs in 4 weeks on 11 catches and 195 yards. Although he is going against a tough Titans secondary, Smith may still be able to add to the TD category, making him a decent play this week.
By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Oct 26th 6:46pm EDT
This Sunday against the Bengals Torrey Smith failed to make any catches, He was held to no receptions on two targets. He left the game at one point due to a concussion concern, but ultimately returned.
Fantasy Impact: Struggling against the Bengals is something Torrey Smith is used to in his career, but it has been far worse this year than at any other point. He is in fact on pace for the worst statistical output of his career in terms of yardage and receptions.
By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Oct 19th 10:42pm EDT
This past week Torrey Smith had 3 receptions on 5 targets for 81 yards and a TD.
Fantasy Impact: This game marked the first time all season that Torrey Smith had more than 60 yards receiving. Next week the Ravens play the Cincinnati Bengals, who Smith has struggled with throughout his career. But given the Bengals' recent woeful defensive performances, he may be poised for a solid day.
By Andy Holloway, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Oct 19th 10:41pm EDT
Torrey Smith had 3 catches for 81 yards and a touchdown against a porous Atlanta secondary on Sunday.
Fantasy Impact: Smith salvaged his fantasy day with a jaw-dropping over the shoulder 39 yard touchdown from Joe Flacco in the fourth quarter on Sunday. It seems the Ravens are interested in revitalizing Smith, but he's nothing more than a lottery ticket at this point.
By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Tue, Oct 7th 3:34am EDT
On Sunday against the Colts Torrey Smith had 3 catches for 38 yards. This low yardage total puts Smith's stat line at a paltry 11-176-1.
Fantasy Impact: Although Torrey Smith was tied for the team lead in targets he failed to make the most of the opportunities. His two drops(including one on a 4th-and-3) are adding to the frustration.
His ability to draw pass interference penalties do help his team, but not fantasy owners.
By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Thu, Sep 25th 4:22am EDT
For Torrey Smith, last Sunday's stat sheet against the Browns read 2 catches on 8 targets for 25 yards. This puts T. Smith at 6 receptions for 85 yards on the season.
Fantasy Impact: Although early, it appears Torrey Smith isn't making the most of his opportunities with the ball. His 8 targets were 1 more than Steve Smith, who still ended up with 101 yards. Regarding the injury to TE Dennis Pitta, wait for the situation to develop before starting Torrey Smith. Owen Daniels(Pitta's backup) is a proven commodity in the Gary Kubiak style of offense and this may not allow for as many extra opportunities for Torrey Smith as owners would like.
By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Tue, Sep 9th 2:10am EDT
Smith had a tough time Sunday getting open against the Cincinnati Bengals. He was only targeted 7 times out of QB Joe Flacco's whopping 62 attempts. Smith also had 2 drops to go with his 3 receptions. (Source: BaltimoreRavens.com
Fantasy Impact: The addition of Steve Smith Jr. and return of Dennis Pitta may appear to hinder Torrey Smith's fantasy ability (they went for 30 targets combined), but look for defenses to guard Steve Smith and Dennis Pitta more closely after Week 1. Torrey Smith is still the Raven's biggest deep threat and should be kept on rosters for a bit longer.
By Andy Holloway, Ravens Correspondent, Tue, Jul 29th 7:27pm EDT
Despite heading into the final year of his rookie contract, Torrey Smith and the Ravens have yet to carve out a new deal, and sources say they're not close. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: Smith's targets and yards have increased every season thus far in his young career. If he can boost his touchdown number this season, he could be a value pick at his current ADP of 67.
ESPN | Oct 17th
Christopher Harris analyzes Torrey Smith for Week 7.
RotoBaller | Oct 1st
BALLER MOVE: Add in All Leagues (if still available) Owned in 75% of Fleaflicker leagues ANALYSIS: Even though Torrey Smith has only hauled in eight passes on 22 targets over his first four games, it is way too early to give up on a guy who crossed the goal line 15 times in his first two seasons […]