Quarterback Geno Smith is looking at a matchup against the third-ranked pass defense in the NFL (176.6 yards allowed per game) in Week 9, when his Seattle Seahawks take on the Baltimore Ravens, Sunday at 1:00 PM ET.
With his upcoming matchup versus the Ravens this week, should Smith be someone you lock into your fantasy football lineup? We analyze the stats and trends below.
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Geno Smith Week 9 Game Info
Let’s highlight some of the upcoming game’s vital info, along with the projected fantasy points for Smith:
Matchup: Seattle Seahawks at Baltimore Ravens
Time: 1:00 PM
Date: November 5, 2023
Projected Fantasy Points: 14.044
Geno Smith Fantasy Stats
Below is a look at the fantasy figures of Smith this season:
In 2023, Smith has 94.5 fantasy points (13.5 per game) — 23rd at his position, 35th in the league.
In his past three games, Smith is 68-of-102 for 799 yards, with four touchdowns and five interceptions and has rushed for 27 yards on 12 carries. He has accumulated 38.7 fantasy points (12.9 per game).
Smith has picked up 62.3 fantasy points (12.5 per game) in his past five games. He has connected on 104 of 158 passes for 1,205 yards, throwing for six touchdowns with six interceptions, and has run for 27 yards on 16 carries.
In Week 2 against the Detroit Lions, Geno Smith posted a season-high 23.1 fantasy points, thanks to this stat line: 32-of-41 (78%), 328 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs.
Smith picked up 8.2 fantasy points — 13-of-20 (65%), 110 yards, 1 TD, 0 INTs — in his worst game of the season. That was in Week 4 against the New York Giants.
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Geno Smith 2022 Fantasy Game Log
Geno Smith vs. Ravens
Here are a few relevant stats on the Ravens defense Smith will be playing:
Baltimore has yet to allow a player to throw for more than 300 passing yards in a game this season.
The Ravens have allowed four players to throw at least one touchdown in a game this season.
Baltimore has given up two or more passing touchdowns to two opposing quarterbacks this season.
The Ravens haven’t given up more than two passing touchdowns to any opposing quarterbacks this season.