Torrey Smith has solid day in win, fantasy owners remain pleased by Ravens wideout

Rob Carr

The Ravens' speedy receiver once again led the team in catches, yards and targets in the team's victory over the Texans. We break down the fantasy implications.

Ravens receiver Torrey Smith led the team with five catches and 94 yards in the team's 30-9 win over the Texans.

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Smith also led the Ravens in targets with nine, a feat which he has now accomplished in consecutive weeks. Smith also failed to find the end zone in this game for the third straight time, but was targeted while the Ravens were on the doorstep. The offense only scored one touchdown despite putting up 30 points as a team, and Smith remained very involved in moving the chains.

Fantasy Spin: In a game where Ray Rice was sidelined, Smith asserted himself as the team's top playmaker on Sunday, getting open deep and moving the chains with consistency when the ball was put in his hands. With the Bills up next on the schedule, Smith should once again find himself involved, as his future opponents got routinely gashed by Stephen Hill and Santonio Holmes in Week 3. It will only be a matter of time before Smith begins cashing in on touchdowns once again, and in the meantime, owners can comfortably give him a WR2 designation.

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