Torrey Smith with huge fantasy performance in loss

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Torrey Smith hauled in 166 receiving yards and a touchdown in Week 4. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Baltimore Ravens went with a pass-heavy game plan in Week 4, and wide receiver Torrey Smith was the primary beneficiary. Smith was targeted 12 times, and finished with five receptions, 166 yards and a touchdown. Smith had a 26-yard touchdown reception, a 74-yard catch and was targeted several times down near the end zone.

Fantasy impact: Torrey Smith finally got on the board with a touchdown, but he has been putting together a very respectable season thus far. His worst day was 85 yards in Week 2. Now that he has scored his first touchdown, fantasy owners will be hoping they start coming a little more frequently.

The Ravens travel to face the currently 3-0 Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins face the Saints on Monday Night Football, so keep an eye on how their defense stacks up against the Saints passing attack. The Saints bring a much stronger passing attack to the table, but it is worth scouting them out. Smith is a WR 2 option for the Week 5 matchup. If he puts up another 80+ yards, he will be a WR 2 lock, and a low end WR 1.

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