Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
1 day ago

Smith caught six of 11 targets for 100 yards in Sunday's 43-35 win over the Rams.

EDGE Analysis

Smith tied for the team lead in targets and led the way in receiving yardage, thanks in large part to a 46-yard gain to set up a field goal before halftime. He set season highs in every major category in this one, reaching 100 receiving yards for the first time since Week 2 of the 2015 campaign. Though Smith's involvement has trended upward of late, it remains to be seen how his fantasy stock would be impacted if Carson Wentz (knee) is forced to miss any time.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
7 days ago

Smith caught five of seven pass attempts for 29 yards in Monday's 24-10 loss to Seattle.

EDGE Analysis

It was the most receptions Smith has had all year and the most targets he's seen since Week 2, yet it was still a disappointing result. While the 28-year-old has seen 12 of his 27 targets this season over his last three contests, he has not exceeded 30 yards receiving since Week 5. Zach Ertz's concussion may mean extra work for Smith Week 14, but the Maryland product is nowhere near a reliable fantasy option as most leagues head to the playoffs.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
2 weeks ago

Smith caught four of five targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 31-3 win over the Bears.

EDGE Analysis

Smith seems to have moved beyond the drops which led to early-season talk of a demotion from the starting lineup, but he's still only the No. 4 pass-game option in a balanced offense that also features a three-headed monster at running back. The 28-year-old speedster has drawn more than five targets just once all season, averaging 2.0 catches for 25.4 yards on 3.5 targets per game. He'll face an injury-marred Seattle secondary on the road in Week 13.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
3 weeks ago

Smith caught three of four pass attempts for 28 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Cowboys.

EDGE Analysis

The touchdown came from 11 yards out and put the Eagles up by two scores. Smith's yardage and target totals represent his highest since Week 5. However, the 28-year-old still saw fewer snaps than Nelson Agholor and is difficult to depend on for production week-to-week, especially if he can't string together a few good games in a row. He'll look to rebound against Chicago in Week 12.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
1 month ago

Smith played a season-low 32 snaps in Sunday's 33-10 win over the 49ers, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

EDGE Analysis

Smith finished with zero catches and one target for a second straight game, essentially serving as nothing more than a downfield decoy. He lost snaps to Marcus Johnson and Mack Hollins, but Smith did at least contribute by drawing a big pass interference penalty. His fortunes are unlikely to change much in Week 9 against the Broncos.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
2 months ago

Smith was held without a catch and was targeted just once in Monday night's win over Washington.

EDGE Analysis

Smith's only target was a third-and-long that was overthrown and intercepted in the second quarter. He has seen fewer and fewer targets as the season has progressed from a high of eight to last night's low of one. The seven-year veteran saw 41 snaps, six fewer than Nelson Agholor. Certainly, this isn't the season Smith envisioned when he signed with Philadelphia. One wonders if rookie Mack Hollins will be next to pass the 28-year-old on the depth chart.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
2 months ago

Smith caught one of two targets for six yards in Thursday's win over the Panthers.

EDGE Analysis

He made his catch on the second play of the game, was targeted once early in the second quarter, and then wasn't heard from again. What's even more disturbing for Smith's owners is he was out-snapped by Nelson Agholor 48-35, after seeing five fewer snaps in Week 5. The 28-year-old receiver has been ineffective thus far this season, and even though Coach Doug Pederson recently said that Smith still had a role in the Eagles' offense, this usage indicates otherwise. He cannot be relied on in fantasy except as a deep-league desperation play.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
2 months ago

Smith caught three of four targets for 70 yards and a TD in Sunday's defeat of the Cardinals.

EDGE Analysis

He also lost three yards on his lone rushing attempt. It was Smith's biggest game of the season thus far as he finally connected on one of the long bombs he is dependent on for fantasy relevance. Still, the 28-year-old is struggling to attract targets in a crowded Eagles receiving corps and has no more than five in any game this season. Unless Zach Ertz or Alshon Jeffery get hurt, expect more of the same from Smith for the time being.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
2 months ago

Eagles coach Doug Pederson said he wants Smith to work through his struggles while staying involved in the offense, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

EDGE Analysis

Smith has been unable to take advantage of his impressive deep speed, limited by drops through his first four games with the Eagles. He has 10 catches for 134 yards on 19 targets, but he'd likely be over 200 yards if not for a few ugly drops. The Eagles won't be able to tolerate it all season, but they apparently aren't quite ready to demote Smith, as his ability to get open has at least been encouraging. He could see some extra targets Week 5 against the Cardinals, as Patrick Peterson figures to shadow Alshon Jeffery while Nelson Agholor and Tyrann Mathieu square off in the slot.

Torrey Smith
WR PHI (10)
2 months ago

Smith caught one of three targets for nine yards in Sunday's 26-24 win over the Chargers.

EDGE Analysis

Smith got a couple deep looks on Philadelphia's opening drive and dropped a potential touchdown. He wasn't targeted again until the final series of the game, ultimately finishing fifth on the team in targets. While his speed appears fully intact, Smith's unreliable hands have prevented him from taking advantage. He'll eventually break off a long touchdown, but his weekly floor is tough to deal with. Smith could see a few extra targets in Week 5 while Alshon Jeffery does battle with Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson.