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|Considered a raw prospect who possessed outstanding speed coming out of Maryland, the Ravens 2011 2nd round pick burst onto the scene with a monstrous Week 3 performance against the Rams, catching five passes for 152 yards and three touchdowns and having another scored called back because of a penalty. Letís just say that Lee Evansí early season injury turned out to be a blessing in disguise. While Smith proved to be inconsistent, he still managed to finish the season with 50 receptions for 841 yards and seven touchdowns, despite being targeted just once in the teamís first two games. He takes over as the teamís top threat at wide receiver in 2012 and figures to approach 1,000 yards and be around the seven-touchdown mark once again. Consider Smith a mid-tier WR3 with a big upside for the upcoming season.
| Torrey Smith unlikely to play -- Sun Nov 20 8:30 am --|
|49ers WR Torrey Smith, questionable for Sunday vs Patriots due to shoulder injury, is unlikely to play, per source. (Adam Schefter on Twitter)|
FF Today's Take: Hopefully Torrey Smith hasn't been a viable option for your fantasy team, but just in case he is, you should find another alternative. Quinton Patton and Jeremy Kerley should be Kaepernick's top two wide receivers against the Patriots.
| Torrey Smith does not practice Wednesday -- Wed Nov 16 7:00 pm --|
|Torrey Smith (shoulder) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group reports.
A back injury has previously impacted Smith's practice reps and in-game snaps this season, but his lack of practice Wednesday was blamed on a shoulder concern.
FF Today's Take: Torrey Smith has only eight catches in the past four games. He has been dealing with back issues in prior weeks and now is missing practice with a shoulder ailment. Smith is clearly the third best fantasy receiver on the 49ers with Jeremy Kerley and Quinton Patton splitting the majority of the targets.