Geno Smith and the Seattle Seahawks will meet the Washington Commanders and their 28th-ranked pass defense (252.7 yards conceded per game) in Week 10, on Sunday at 4:25 PM ET.
With his upcoming matchup against the Commanders this week, should Smith be someone you lock into your fantasy football lineup? We dissect the stats and trends below.
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Geno Smith Week 10 Game Info
Let’s highlight some of the upcoming game’s key info, along with the projected fantasy points for Smith:
Matchup: Seattle Seahawks vs. Washington Commanders
Time: 4:25 PM
Date: November 12, 2023
Projected Fantasy Points: 15.970
Geno Smith Fantasy Stats
Below is a glance at the fantasy figures of Smith this season:
Ranked 41st overall in the NFL and 24th at his position, Smith has accumulated 97.2 fantasy points (12.2 per game) so far in 2023.
Smith has connected on 54 of 89 passes for 630 yards, throwing for four touchdowns with four interceptions, and has run for 11 yards on 10 carries during his past three games. He has accumulated 30.4 fantasy points (10.1 per game) in that stretch.
Smith has accumulated 49.6 fantasy points (9.9 per game) in his past five games. He has completed 94 of 150 passes for 1,066 yards, throwing for five touchdowns with six interceptions, and has run for 11 yards on 14 carries.
Geno Smith picked up 23.1 fantasy points — 32-of-41 (78%), 328 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs — in Week 2 versus the Detroit Lions, his best game of the season.
In his worst game of the season, Smith finished with 2.7 fantasy points — 13-of-28 (46.4%), 157 yards, 0 TDs, 1 INT. That was last week against the Baltimore Ravens.
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Geno Smith 2022 Fantasy Game Log
Geno Smith vs. Commanders
Here are several key stats on the Commanders squad Smith will be playing:
Washington has allowed four players to put up more than 300 passing yards in a game this season.
The Commanders have allowed eight players to throw at least one touchdown in a game this season.
Six players have thrown for at least two touchdowns in a game against Washington this season.
The Commanders have allowed three players to throw for three or more touchdowns in a game this season.