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Nov 27, 2022 4 50 17 0 5
Nov 20, 2022 6 78 24 0 7
Nov 14, 2022 6 39 15 1 7
Nov 3, 2022 2 22 22 0 2
Oct 30, 2022 5 23 14 0 2

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2022 56 609 10.88 3 0.00
2021 64 916 14.31 5 0.00 1217.1
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Fantasy News

  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Leads receivers with 50 yards

    Smith caught four of nine targets for 50 yards in Sunday's 40-33 win over the Packers. Smith led the Eagles in receiving yards for the second week in a row while the rushing attack continued to carry the team to its 10th win. The 2021 first-round pick hasn't taken the big step forward in his sophomore campaign that many had hoped, but he is still producing at levels close to his strong rookie debut. Look for Smith to see his usual healthy share of targets against Tennessee in a clash of conference contenders Sunday.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Start Him in Non-PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    What would happen with the Eagles pass game after losing Dallas Goedert was on the top of my mind heading into their Week 11 and we got the answer immediately -- a concentrated target share with Smith and A.J. Brown. That target share could easily grow to over 60% of the targets in Week 12 and Smith's share will grow with it. Smith checks in as a WR2 for Dave even in Non-PPR where he would start him over Chris Olave, Josh Palmer and George Pickens.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Cleared from injury report

    Smith (knee) has been cleared from the injury report for Sunday's game against the Packers. Smith was listed with the same injury last week, but it didn't stop him from suiting up and catching six of nine targets for 78 yards in a win over the Colts. He was then limited in practice this Thursday, while A.J. Brown sat out due to an illness, but both have been cleared to face the Packers this weekend.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Limited by knee injury

    Smith (knee) was listed as limited on Thursday's practice report. Smith tended to a knee injury last week, so the cap on his reps this week may be maintenance-related to keep him as close to 100 percent as possible. Meanwhile, fellow wide receiver A.J. Brown was a DNP on Thursday due to an illness, a reality that could bump up Smith to No. 1 on the WR depth chart for the Eagles if the former is limited or sidelined this weekend. In the end, Friday's report may clarify the statuses of both Brown and Smith for Sunday's game versus the Packers.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Leads team in receiving yardage

    Smith caught six passes for 78 yards on nine targets against Indianapolis on Sunday. Smith seemed to draw more usage than usual with Dallas Goedert out and A.J. Brown (seven targets) drawing most of the defensive attention. The resulting box score isn't overly impressive at a glance, but it was a crucial contribution to the Eagles offense on a day where Jalen Hurts threw for only 190 yards on 25 attempts. Smith should continue to see escalated target shares while Goedert misses time, and a big game could result if Hurts' passing yardage volume exceeds the figure from this game. A Week 12 matchup with Green Bay could be a productive one for Smith.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Cleared to play in Indy

    Smith (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Colts, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Smith and A.J. Brown (ankle) both were limited practice participants Wednesday and Thursday before upgrading to full participation Friday. They avoid injury designations and thus are set to do battle with a tough group of cornerbacks led by Stephon Gilmore.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Limited again Thursday

    Smith (knee) was a limited practice participant Thursday. Smith logged a second consecutive capped session to begin Week 11 prep, as did fellow wide receiver A.J. Brown (ankle). There's been no indication that Smith is in danger of sitting out Sunday at Indianapolis due to a knee issue, but Friday's injury report may provide a clearer picture of his upcoming availability.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Dealing with knee injury

    Smith was limited at Wednesday's walk-through practice due to a knee issue. Playing alongside a hobbled A.J. Brown (ankle) on Monday versus the Commanders, Smith had his most productive performance in weeks (6-39-1 receiving line on eight targets). However, Smith is now tending to an injury of his own. As such, the statuses of both wide receivers should be watched as the week goes on to get a sense of their availability for Sunday's contest at Indianapolis.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Scores TD on bittersweet birthday

    Smith caught six of eight targets for 39 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 32-21 loss to the Commanders. He also lost a fumble. Playing on his 24th birthday, Smith gave himself a reason to celebrate in the third quarter, finding the end zone from 11 yards out. While he enjoyed a productive night, the Eagles ultimately came away with their first loss of the season. His fumble came on the final play, as Smith's attempt at a lateral was scooped up by a defender and returned for a Washington touchdown. His inconsistent usage will make him a risky Week 11 fantasy option against the stout Colts secondary, though his ceiling remains high in the high-flying Eagles offense.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Complementary role against Steelers

    Smith recorded five receptions on eight targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 35-13 win over the Steelers. Smith was heavily involved in the offense, as his eight targets were good for second on the team. However, he was used almost exclusively in short areas of the field -- in direct contrast to teammate A.J. Brown. Smith's production remains inconsistent, as he has at least 80 receiving yards in three of seven games this season, but he has only 84 yards combined across the remaining four contests.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: WRs to Start

    Smith is another receiver we hope to stay hot coming off his bye in Week 7. Prior to his bye week, Smith had consecutive games of at least 15 PPR points against Arizona and Dallas with 15 catches for 131 yards and a touchdown on 16 targets. He now has at least 15 PPR points in four of his past five games, and he should stay hot against the Steelers, who will likely struggle to stop Smith and A.J. Brown. The Steelers have allowed 12 receivers to score at least 12 PPR points this season, and Smith and Brown should add to that total in this matchup at home.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Strong results from five targets

    Smith hauled in all five of his targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-17 win over the Cowboys. Smith finished with a nearly identical line to fellow starter A.J. Brown, as both receivers were able to eat despite Jalen Hurts finishing with a new season low of 155 passing yards. The talented sophomore has been on a roll since his zero-point dud back in Week 1, accruing a receiving line of 33/397/2 for fantasy managers over his last five games. Smith will continue to be a must-start wideout when Philadelphia returns from its bye week to take on the Steelers on Oct. 30.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: WRs to Start

    Is Smith now the No. 1 receiver in Philadelphia? I don't think so based on A.J. Brown's talent, but Smith has been outproducing him of late, scoring at least 15 PPR points in three of his past four games. By comparison, Brown has one game with more than 14 PPR points over that span. Now, both are worth starting in the majority of leagues as high-end No. 2 receivers against Dallas, and we hope Smith will continue to get peppered with targets from Jalen Hurts. Smith has three games with at least seven targets, and those are his three outings with 15-plus PPR points.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Automatic production underneath

    Smith caught 10 passes for 87 yards on 11 targets against Arizona on Sunday. A player as explosive as Smith isn't used to grinding out small amounts of yardage underneath, but he was highly effective doing so in this game and played a crucial role in helping the Eagles hold on to a 20-17 win on the road. While it's rare that the Eagles passing game can support all of Smith, A.J. Brown and Dallas Goedert for big receiving production in a single game, Smith has proven repeatedly that he can put up big numbers when the usage is there. Smith and the Eagles face Dallas in Week 6.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Held to three catches

    Smith (back) had three receptions (four targets) for 17 yards in Sunday's 29-21 win over the Jaguars. Jalen Hurts struggled from the pocket Sunday (204 yards, no touchdowns and one interception), resulting in quiet fantasy game for Smith. The 23-year-old was dealing with a minor back issue during practice this week, but he was cleared prior to kickoff and did not appear to be physically limited. Smith will look to bounce back next Sunday against an Arizona secondary that entered Week 4 allowing the third-most passing yards to opposing offenses.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: WRs to Start

    I had Smith in this column for the past two weeks, and it's worked out nicely with his performances against the Vikings and Commanders. Over that span he has 19 targets for 15 catches, 249 yards and a touchdown, and he scored a combined 45 PPR points. Remember in Week 1 when he had no catches on just four targets? Jalen Hurts is locked in right now, and Smith and A.J. Brown are working well together. Smith is a must-start Fantasy option in all leagues against the Jaguars, who have allowed five receivers to score at least 13 PPR points this season.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Full practice Thursday

    Smith (back) practiced in full Thursday. After a limited session Wednesday due to a back issue, Smith handled every practice rep one day later, setting him up to serve as one of the Eagles' starting wide receivers alongside A.J. Brown on Sunday versus the Jaguars. While Smith was blanked on four targets in the season opener, he's since gathered in 15 of 19 targets for 249 yards and one touchdown over the last two games.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Dealing with back issue

    Smith was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a back injury. Smith may just be enduring some bumps and bruises from his breakout 8-169-1 receiving performance on 12 targets during the Eagles' Week 3 win at Washington. Still, his status should be watched as the week continues to learn whether or not his availability is in question for Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: WRs to Start

    I expected Smith to have a good game against Minnesota after Eagles coach Nick Sirianni gave him the squeaky wheel treatment by talking about his involvement in the offense prior to the game. He finished with seven catches for 80 yards on seven targets, and it was fun to watch him operate against the Vikings secondary. He should have the chance for another productive game against the Commanders, who have already allowed four receivers to score at least 12 PPR points in Christian Kirk, Zay Jones, Amon-Ra St. Brown and Josh Reynolds. A.J. Brown and Smith should go off against this defense.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Back in saddle in Week 2 win

    Smith secured all seven targets for 80 yards in the Eagles' 24-7 win over the Vikings on Monday night. Smith got shut out on the stat sheet in Week 1 against the Lions, which had led Jalen Hurts to promise the second-year speedster things would change in short order. The Eagles' signal-caller more than made good on his promise Monday night, feeding Smith the second-most targets on the squad, which led to a team-high number of receptions. Smith's 11.4 yards per catch was a modest figure by his standards, but the solid performance had to have elicited a sigh of relief from his flummoxed fantasy managers. Smith's next opportunity to build on the resurgent effort comes in a Week 3 NFC East battle Sunday against a Commanders team that allowed 256 passing yards and four passing touchdowns to the Lions' Jared Goff in Week 2.
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