Torrey Smith probable for Week 5 despite ankle injury: Fantasy implications

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Torrey Smith is listed as probable for Week 5's matchup between the Ravens and the Chiefs despite suffering an ankle injury last Thursday against the Browns. We break down the fantasy implications.

Torrey Smith is probable for the Baltimore Ravens' Week 5 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs despite suffering an ankle injury in Week 4 against the Cleveland Browns. Smith was a full participant in practice this past week, and is not expected to be limited in any way.

Fantasy Impact: Smith has come on strong the last two weeks. After opening the season with four catches and no touchdowns in the Ravens' first two games, he has since caught 12 passes for 224 yards and three touchdowns. He has garnered 10 targets in each of his last two outings, and appears to be a safe fantasy starting option against a Chiefs secondary that leads the league with 10 passing touchdowns relinquished this season.

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