Torrey Smith posts second straight 100-yard game, deserves WR1 consideration from fantasy owners

Marc Serota

The Ravens got another huge game from their top wideout versus the Dolphins on Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith got off to a hot start this season, and he showed on Sunday that he has yet to cool down.

It was just another day at the office for Smith, who trailed only Julio Jones and Jimmy Graham in receiving yards entering Week 5. Smith added to that already impressive total by logging another 141 receiving yards during the Ravens' 26-23 victory over the Dolphins. Smith was targeted a team-high nine times and reeled-in six passes from quarterback Joe Flacco.

Fantasy Impact: The hot streak continues. Smith has now posted consecutive 100-yard games and has not tallied less than 85 yards in a game this season. The Ravens are decimated at wide receiver, and still, Smith is finding ways to get open and capitalize downfield. Though he has only one touchdown on the season, Smith is finding ways to put up plenty of fantasy points despite that. Once he gets going in the red zone, look out. He is a low-end WR1 at worst right now, and his ceiling remains sky high.

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