Torrey Smith

#82 WR / San Francisco 49ers / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 205 lb Age: 26 College: Maryland Bye 10

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    49ers' Torrey Smith: Two receptions for 51 yards

    Smith caught two of three targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 19-13 loss to Arizona. Other than a 41-yard catch at one point, Smith was once again a non-factor. Blaine Gabbert has been surprisingly competent the last few weeks, however, so it's possible that Smith might emerge down the stretch. With that said, it's hard to trust Smith, given his lack of production thus far. If you need him next week, he'll face the Bears, who have played well defensively as of late.

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    49ers' Torrey Smith: Held to two catches in St. Louis

    Smith caught two passes off of five targets for 19 yards in Sunday's loss to St. Louis. Smith came to the 49ers with the thought that he'd be able to add a vertical dimension to the offense. In theory he has, but in practice he has seen too few passes to reshape the 49ers' offense in any meaningful way. Four of his 16 receptions this season have gone for more than 20 yards, including two touchdowns of 75 yards or more. Smith has the ability to put up huge fantasy numbers in just one or two plays. The problem with his current role in San Francisco is that he's seen three or fewer targets in four of eight games, meaning that he often has had to hit on almost every opportunity to make a splash on the field and in fantasy lineups - something he has been unable to do.

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    49ers' Torrey Smith: Scores on a 76-yard touchdown

    Smith caught just 3-of-6 targets Sunday, but hauled in a 76-yard touchdown in the 25-20 win over the Ravens. He finished with 96 receiving yards. Smith's long touchdown came on a pretty deep pass from Colin Kaepernick, although Smith used his speed after the catch. He was quiet otherwise, but fantasy owners probably aren't complaining, as Smith has been MIA for most of the season. The 49ers' offense has looked more functional the last two weeks, however, so perhaps there is hope for the speedy wideout. He'll have a stiff test next week though, playing the Seahawks on Thursday.

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    49ers' Torrey Smith: Held to two catches

    Smith hauled in his only two targets for 42 yards in Sunday's 30-27 loss to the Giants. Colin Kaepernick finally got things going through the air, but the extra yards and targets went almost exclusively to Anquan Boldin. Smith continues to prove that he is a true boom-or-bust receiving option with a 20.6 YPC, but only turning in one big fantasy day through five weeks. He gets a nice matchup against his former team next week, but it is hard to call Smith anything more than an upside WR3 given his inconsistent production.

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    49ers WR Torrey Smith records two catches for 54 yards in loss

    49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith caught 2 of 5 targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 17-3 loss to the Packers. Smith was quiet for most of the game, before making a 47-yard catch late in the fourth quarter. He had a shot a touchdown late in the game, but could not come down with the pass in the end zone. He appeared to be frustrated at one point earlier in the game, when Colin Kaepernick badly overthrew him. Kaepernick had another rough game, so Smith was the team's leader in receiving yardage Sunday. The veteran Smith will try to get things going in Week 5 against the Giants.

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    49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith goes without a catch in Week 3

    49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith (knee) was targeted twice, but did not record a catch in Sunday's blowout loss to the Cardinals. Despite falling behind early, the 49ers did not elect to air it out like they did against the Steelers in their 43-18 loss. Kaepernick had his worst game as a pro, and it left the 49ers with absolutely no positive fantasy performances. The silver lining for Smith is that he got through the game without aggravating his minor knee injury. If the 49ers want to keep up with Green Bay's high octane offense next week, they will have to air the ball out, which could bode well for Smith. He continues to be a boom-or-bust option.

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    Report: 49ers WR Torrey Smith dealing with minor knee injury

    49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith surfaced from Sunday's loss to the Cardinals with a minor knee injury, the San Jose Mercury News reports. Smith was held without a catch in Sunday's blowout loss, continuing what has been an up-and-down opening three games for the veteran receiver. Although his knee ailment is considered minor, Smith's involvement in practice this week should be worthwhile to track.

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    Calf injury won't keep 49ers WR Torrey Smith sidelined Week 3

    49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Generally a hit-or-miss option, Smith could find room to operate against a Cardinals defense that has surrendered 13.2 yards per catch and two touchdowns to wide receivers this season.

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    49ers WR Torrey Smith nets six catches, scores TD in Week 2 loss

    49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith had a much better game Sunday against the Steelers, catching 6 of 7 targets for 120 yards and a touchdown to go along with a two-point conversion. Smith was almost invisible in his 49ers debut against the Vikings, but he made his presence known by hauling in a 75-yard touchdown catch and the ensuing two-point conversion in the fourth quarter of this contest. The majority of Smith's production came in the second half with the game well out of reach, but it's still encouraging to see Smith and quarterback Colin Kaepernick link up consistently after the two got nothing going in Week 1.

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    49ers' Torrey Smith says he's making progress with Colin Kaepernick

    Despite catching only one pass during the preseason, 49ers wide receiver Torrey Smith likes the relationship he's building with quarterback Collin Kaepernick, reports the San Jose Mercury News. "Since you all left, it's been lovely," Smith said Tuesday. "We've hit on a lot more, as of late, in practice." With the 49ers implementing a new offensive scheme, Smith said he's not concerned with how he is used. "I'd like to have us score some points, whatever way that happens," Smith said. "I approach it all the same. I want to go out and score points, whether that's running it all the way down field, or dinking and dunking, or making one big play."

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