Smith will square off against the Chicago Bears this week at Soldier Field hoping to renew the rhythm he and Joe Flacco had earlier this season. He had five catches for 46 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bengals, but has not put up numbers in line with what his owners have been expecting the last few weeks.
His statistics from Week 10 were misleading, as Smith converted less than half of his whopping 14 targets. He has 41 catches for 753 yards this season, but just two scores. As he continues to struggle to put it altogether, he is a risky WR2 performer.
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