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Sep 25, 2022 325 2 1 99.1 23
Sep 18, 2022 197 0 1 80.1 5
Sep 12, 2022 195 2 0 119.5 20

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2022 717 4 2 15
2021 702 5 1 42 1 6412.8
2020 33 -2 11
3y Avg. 245 2 0 13 0 2211
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Eclipses 300 yards in loss

    Smith completed 32 of 44 pass attempts for 325 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Falcons. Smith was able to wake up Seattle's offense following last week's dud against the 49ers, when the team's only touchdown was via special teams. The veteran quarterback was able to get both of his talented wideouts involved, throwing double-digit targets to DK Metcalf (five catches, 64 yards and a touchdown) and Tyler Lockett (nine receptions for 76 yards). Smith is not a sexy name in season-long formats, but he could be a value play in DFS with a favorable matchup against the Lions (31.0 points per game allowed this season) next Sunday.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Little production against Niners

    Smith completed 24 of 30 passes for 197 yards and an interception in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the 49ers. He also gained two yards on two carries. For the second straight start, Smith was accurate but didn't produce much yardage. Unlike Week 1, however, he wasn't able to get the ball into the end zone while also committing a turnover. The veteran QB is proving to be competent game manager as Seattle's starter but little more, and he may need to step things up in Week 3 against a Falcons team that's averaged 26.5 points through its first two games.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Two TDs in Week 1 upset win

    Smith completed 23 of 28 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns in Monday's 17-16 win over the Broncos. He added 14 yards on five rushing attempts. Smith sent the amped-up Seattle crowd into a frenzy when he found wide-open tight end Will Dissly for a 38-yard touchdown to cap the game's first drive, but he failed to get any push on a 4th-and-inches sneak attempt inside Denver's 10 to stall Seattle's second possession. The veteran QB completed his first 13 passes and was undeterred by his first incompletion, bouncing back with a 25-yard touchdown to Colby Parkinson to put the Seahawks up 17-10. The offense cooled off after halftime, but Seattle held on for the upset win. Smith looked comfortable and had complete command of the offense despite his modest final numbers, which should give him some job security heading into a Week 2 visit to San Francisco after he narrowly held off Drew Lock for the starting quarterback role this preseason.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Wins starting QB job

    Head coach Pete Carroll announced Friday that Smith will start at quarterback Week 1 against Denver, Liz Matthews of USA Today reports. Smith was 3-for-6 passing for 43 yards and led the Seahawks to a field goal in his lone series in Friday's preseason loss to Dallas. Smith got the first QB reps in all three preseason games and beat out Drew Lock to take over the starting job vacated by the offseason trade of Russell Wilson. Smith likely will need to play well early in the season to keep the job, however.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: To make brief showing Friday

    GM John Schneider told Seattle Sports 710 AM that Smith will play "a series or two" during Friday's preseason game at Dallas, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Smith thus will get the first QB reps in all three of the Seahawks' exhibitions, but his workload will be far less than in the first two contests, when he handled the entire first half both times. This time around, he'll welcome back Drew Lock after the latter sat out preseason Week 2 due to a positive test for COVID-19. The competition between Smith and Lock remains unsettled, but Smith has maintained his lead from the offseason program into training camp and the preseason, so it appears he's the favorite to be under center for Seattle in Week 1.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Set to start Friday

    Head coach Pete Carroll said that Smith will start Friday's preseason finale against the Cowboys, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Carroll suggested that Smith will play early on in the contest, after which Drew Lock is set to receive extended playing time, according to Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times. At this stage, the team has yet to announce a starting quarterback for Week 1, with Carroll noting Tuesday that the Seahawks will take "all the time (they) need" to make a decision on that front, per Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. To that end, Carroll implied that Smith remains ahead in the competition, but noted that he's "wide open" to the possibility that Lock could overtake Smith.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Practices after knee bruise

    Smith and Drew Lock split first-team reps at Sunday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Lock returned after missing Thursday's preseason game against the Bears due to COVID-19, while Smith bounced back quickly after bruising his knee in that contest. Lock figures to play a lot in the final preseason game, after Smith completed 10 of 18 passes for 112 yards last week in Lock's absence. Coach Pete Carroll says he's in no hurry to name a Week 1 starter.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Dealing with knee bruise

    Smith suffered a knee bruise in Thursday's preseason matchup against the Bears, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Smith got banged up on a scramble in the first quarter and was spotted with a bag of ice on his knees afterward. However, coach Pete Carroll told reporters that Smith could have returned to action if necessary, but with Drew Lock (illness) also sidelined there was no need for the Seahawks to risk further loss to their quarterback depth chart. Prior to leaving the exhibition contest, Smith completed 10 of 18 passes for 112 yards.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: May have knee injury

    Smith was spotted on the sideline to begin the second half of Thursday's preseason game versus the Bears with a wrap and ice bag on his right knee, Tim Booth of the Associated Press reports. The 10th-year quarterback finished the contest 10-for-18 passing for 112 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions. After Drew Lock tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, Smith earned a second consecutive start to kick off the Seahawks' exhibition slate. Through the entire process of the quarterback battle in Seattle, coach Pete Carroll has maintained that Smith is the team's No. 1 signal-caller, but with both players seemingly tending to health concerns, it stands to reason Carroll may delay announcing who will be under center Week 1. The Seahawks have one more preseason outing remaining on Friday, Aug. 26 in Dallas before a decision must be made.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Likely starting Thursday

    Smith is expected to start Thursday's preseason game against the Bears after Drew Lock tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. After handling first-team reps at Tuesday's practice and then being announced as the Seahawks' starting quarterback for the second preseason game by coach Pete Carroll, Lock will be unavailable to practice or play for at least the next five days. As a result, Smith -- who remains the team's No. 1 QB on the depth chart -- should get some more work with the top available skill-position players Thursday before handing the offense over to Jacob Eason.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Still No. 1 quarterback

    Smith won't start Thursday's preseason contest against the Bears, but he remains the No. 1 quarterback on the Seahawks' depth chart, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. For the first time since training camp kicked off, Smith yielded all the reps with the first-team offense to Drew Lock at Tuesday's practice as Lock prepares to get the start in the team's second exhibition game. In the preseason opener, Smith worked the first half while Lock handled every snap after halftime, so the duo could reverse roles Thursday.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Tabbed as preseason starter

    Smith will start Seattle's preseason opener Saturday against Pittsburgh, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Drew Lock reportedly outplayed Smith by a wide margin in Seattle's mock game Tuesday, but it won't be enough to flip the depth chart, at least not yet. Smith has taken most of the first-team reps this summer, after completing 65 of 95 passes for 702 yards, five touchdowns and one interception in four games last season. The numbers are impressive at first glance, but Smith also took 13 sacks for 117 yards and added only 42 yards rushing. No qualified passer had a sack rate worse than 11.8 percent (Justin Fields) in 2021, while Smith was at 12 percent over the limited sample.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Listed atop depth chart

    Smith is listed with the first-string offense on Seattle's initial preseason depth chart, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Smith started the Seahawks' team scrimmage last Saturday, and the first depth chart of the preseason seems to reflect that he remains ahead of Drew Lock in the quarterback competition. During last week's scrimmage, Lock helmed the second-team offense. Seattle's preseason opener, Aug. 13 in Pittsburgh, will serve as the first of three upcoming contests to help fully settle the competition between Smith and Lock ahead of Week 1.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Struggles in team scrimmage

    Smith completed 10 of 19 passes for 94 yards (4.9 YPA) in Saturday's team scrimmage, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Smith played nearly the entire game with the first-team offense against the second-team defense. Meanwhile, Drew Lock operated with the second-team offense and played against the first-team defense, and he managed to complete 18 of 27 passes for 185 yards and a touchdown. Head coach Pete Carroll mostly avoided making any judgements about the quarterback competition in his press conference, but Lock clearly outperformed Smith on Saturday, even if the former's stat line was merely mediocre. There are still three preseason games to settle the competition, the first of which is Saturday, Aug. 13 against the Steelers.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Taking first-team reps

    Smith handled all the first-team reps during Wednesday's practice while Drew Lock practiced with the second team, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. "Geno is in the lead," head coach Pete Carroll said. "He's ahead and he ain't looking back." Carroll admitted that Lock still has an opportunity to win the starting job, but he seems optimistic that Smith can secure the starting role by the end of the preseason. Smith was serviceable over four games (three starts) last season, as he completed 68 percent of his passes for 702 yards (7.4 YPA), five touchdowns and an interception. He also ran nine times for 42 yards and a score. The run game figures to be the focal point of Seattle's offense, but Smith will have some excellent receiving weapons -- Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf and Noah Fant -- if he does win the job.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Holds slight lead after minicamp

    Head coach Pete Carroll said following the last day of mandatory minicamp Thursday that Smith is ahead of Drew Lock in the quarterback competition, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Smith had the early edge heading into the offseason program because he had a three-year head start on Lock in Seattle's system. Nevertheless, Carroll reiterated that Lock isn't too far behind, signaling that this battle will extend into training camp. Neither Smith nor Lock is considered a difference-maker under center, so the Seahawks will need to protect the ball to win games this season. Whichever quarterback can avoid turnovers in camp and the preseason has the best chance to emerge victorious.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Competing for starting job

    Smith is expected to compete with Drew Lock and Jacob Eason for the starting quarterback job after the Seahawks didn't select a quarterback in the 2022 NFL Draft, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. The Seahawks decided to use all nine of their draft picks to reinforce other positions, signaling that they're content with letting Smith, Lock and, to a lesser extent, Eason battle for the starting job this summer. Smith, 32, played four games (three starts) while Russell Wilson was rehabbing a finger injury last season. He won just one game and completed 68.4 percent of his passes for 702 yards (7.4 YPA), five touchdowns and an interception while adding another 42 yards and a score on the ground.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Has contract reworked

    The NFL disapproved the contract Smith signed with the Seahawks on April 14, but the issue was amended Tuesday, and the new terms were approved Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Per Rapoport, Smith will have a base salary of $3.5 million in 2022, with the potential for $3.5 million more in incentives. The 31-year-old is a candidate to replace Russell Wilson as the starting quarterback after Seattle dealt the franchise signal-caller to Denver back in March. As a part of that trade, the Seahawks received Drew Lock, and the team still could add to the quarterback room this offseason via the draft or another acquisition. As it stands, Smith has the most experience in the team's current offense, making five appearances (1-2 as a starter) over the last two seasons. Overall, he completed 69 of 100 passes for 735 yards, five touchdowns and one interception and recorded 11 carries for 40 yards and another score in those games.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Arrested on suspicion of DUI

    Smith was arrested Monday in King County, Wash. on suspicion of DUI, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. "Geno is fully cooperative with the investigation. I hope that an open mind can be kept by all as the facts are ascertained," Smith's attorney Jon Fox said in a statement regarding the incident. Smith was arrested at 2:10 a.m. local time and released from a King County correctional facility at 9:27 a.m. on his personal recognizance. Head coach Pete Carroll relayed that Smith was present at the Seahawks facility later Monday to take part in end-of-season meetings, so the team will presumably leave it to the NFL to decide whether the 31-year-old quarterback is subject to a fine and/or suspension. Smith, who is set to become an unrestricted free agent in March, appeared in four games (three starts) during his second season in Seattle, completing 65 of 95 attempts for 702 yards and a 5:1 TD:INT to go with 42 rushing yards and one score on the ground.
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  • Seahawks' Geno Smith: Returns to practice

    Smith (back) practiced in full Saturday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Smith picked up the injury Friday, though he made a quick recovery. He should be prepared to serve as the Seahawks' backup quarterback in Week 12 against Washington.
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