DeVonta Smith

#6 WR / Philadelphia Eagles / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 170 lb Age: 23 College: Alabama Bye 7

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Player Outlook

Smith may see his target share suffer due to the acquisition of A.J. Brown, but the attention Brown draws, and Smith's talent level, could make him a hyper-efficient option instead. Smith is worth a look starting in Round 7 of a PPR league as a borderline No. 3 wide receiver with plenty of upside. Last year Smith earned a team-high 21% target share on the most run-heavy team in the league. If the Eagles throw more, and Smith's efficiency spikes, he could match last year's numbers on less volume. The 23-year-old is more valuable in Dynasty leagues, where he ranks as a borderline No. 2 worth more to rebuilders than contenders.

Player News
  • Following the recent NFL Draft, the Eagles' wide receiver depth chart will be topped by newcomer A.J. Brown along with Smith, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. Brown, who the Eagles obtained from the Titans on the first night of the draft, is now slated to pair with Smith, who caught 64 of his 104 targets for 916 yards and five TDs in 17 games as a rookie after going 10th overall in the 2021 NFL Draft. At 6-foot-1, 226 pounds, Brown adds a physical presence opposite Smith, who's listed at 6-foot, 170 pounds. The duo's fantasy upside hinges largely on how well they click with starting QB Jalen Hurts, but both Brown and Smith should at least see steady volume in 2022, given they clearly head a wideout corps that also rosters Quez Watkins, Zach Pascal, Jalen Reagor and Greg Ward.

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  • The Eagles hope Smith will be helped by the acquisition of A.J. Brown, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports. Smith is a smaller receiver at 6-foot, 170 pounds while Brown is much larger at 6-foot-6 and 340 pounds, and coach Nick Sirianni views the duo as complementary to one another. Brown's addition to the receiver room should at the very least draw defensive focus from the 2021 first-round pick as well as create more opportunity for the whole offense by lengthening drives. Quez Watkins, Zach Pascal, Jalen Reagor and Greg Ward will likely now function mostly as afterthoughts in what was a run-first offense in 2021.

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  • Smith recorded four receptions on 11 targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 31-15 wild-card round loss to the Buccaneers. Smith finished second on the team with 11 targets, but he averaged only 5.5 yards per look on his way to a disappointing performance. Though his final line was uninspiring, Smith did turn in a strong second half, as he had only one reception on two targets through the first two quarters. Though it came in garbage time, Smith picked up chunk gains of 31 and 19 yards in the fourth quarter to account for the majority of his production. He'll now look toward his second season as a pro after a solid rookie campaign that was highlighted by 61 catches, 916 yards and five touchdowns across 17 games.

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  • Smith caught three of four targets for 41 yards in Saturday's 51-26 loss to the Cowboys. Smith was involved early on, enabling him to set the Eagles' rookie record for receiving yards in a season. The first-rounder's performance included a long grab of 25 yards on a heads-up play during Philadelphia's opening series, extending what became a touchdown drive. Fresh off his personal accomplishment, Smith will now set his sights on his first career playoff appearance next weekend.

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  • Smith caught three of his six targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 20-16 win over Washington. Smith's first catch of the day accounted for most of his yards as he caught Jalen Hurts' first pass attempt of the game for a 30-yard pickup. The rookie was pretty quiet after that but still was able to lead all Philadelphia wide receivers in receiving yards once again, trailing only Dallas Goedert (71 yards) among all pass catchers. Smith has a nice matchup on tap against the Cowboys in Week 18, but his playing time may be affected with both teams having clinched the playoffs already.

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Completed Games

WK OPP TAR RECPT REYD REAVG RETD FPTS
1 @ATL 8 6 71 11.83 1 13
2 SF 7 2 16 8.00 0 1
3 @DAL 6 3 28 9.33 0 2
4 KC 10 7 122 17.43 0 12
5 @CAR 9 7 77 11.00 0 7
6 TB 4 2 31 15.50 0 3
7 @LV 9 5 61 12.20 0 6
8 @DET 3 1 15 15.00 0 1
9 LAC 6 5 116 23.20 1 17
10 @DEN 6 4 66 16.50 2 18
11 NO 6 4 61 15.25 0 6
12 @NYG 4 2 22 11.00 0 2
13 @NYJ 4 2 15 7.50 0 1
14 BYE - - - - - -
15 WAS 5 3 40 13.33 0 4
16 NYG 7 5 80 16.00 1 14
17 @WAS 6 3 54 18.00 0 5
18 DAL 4 3 41 13.67 0 4
PROJECTION 111 66 961 14.56 7 127

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Scheduled Games

WK DATE OPP OPP RANK OPP FPTS
1 09/11 @Detroit Lions 20 22.00
2 09/19 Minnesota Vikings 32 26.53
3 09/25 @Washington Commanders 27 23.59
4 10/02 Jacksonville Jaguars 17 21.47
5 10/09 @Arizona Cardinals 30 25.11
6 10/16 Dallas Cowboys 25 22.78
7 BYE - - -
8 10/30 Pittsburgh Steelers 21 22.00
9 11/03 @Houston Texans 18 21.88
10 11/14 Washington Commanders 27 23.59
11 11/20 @Indianapolis Colts 16 21.18
12 11/27 Green Bay Packers 14 20.67
13 12/04 Tennessee Titans 31 25.56
14 12/11 @New York Giants 11 20.35
15 12/18 @Chicago Bears 26 23.00
16 12/24 @Dallas Cowboys 25 22.78
17 01/01 New Orleans Saints 15 20.94
18 01/08 New York Giants 11 20.35

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Career Stats

Season Tar Recpt ReYd ReTD ReFD ReAvg FPTS
2022 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2021 104 64 916 5 43 14.31 121
3 Year Avg 104 64 916 5 43 14.31 121
Career 104 64 916 5 43 14.31

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