6'3'' / 221 lbs
Smith completed 23 of 41 passes for 334 yards with three touchdowns and one interception in the Seahawks' 41-35 loss to the Cowboys on Thursday night. He also rushed twice for six yards and another score.
Smith put up a stat line befitting a victory, but a trio of late stalled drives helped scuttle that outcome. However, the veteran signal-caller still finished with a highly fantasy-friendly performance, connecting with DK Metcalf for touchdown passes of 73, one and three yards while adding a five-yard scoring scamper of his own early in the third quarter. However, Smith completed just six of his 15 pass attempts over the aforementioned final three possessions, with what appeared to be a miscommunication in Seattle's blocking scheme on fourth down with 1:07 remaining forcing Smith to get rid of the ball much sooner than he would have liked and sealing Dallas' win. Despite the undesirable outcome, Smith did record his fourth 300-yard game of the campaign and fifth multi-touchdown effort as well, while his rushing score was his first of the season. Next up for Smith and the Seahawks is a Week 14 road rematch against the 49ers that will be critical to Seattle's postseason hopes.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Passing Stats||Rushing Stats||Advanced Passing Stats||Targets|
|1 DEN||Outdoor 73°||17.2||15th||6.0||43.5||28||23||195||2||0||82.1||119.5||6||14||0||5||82%||100%||31%||54%||11%||32%|
|2 @SF||Outdoor 64°||6.1||30th||8.5||40.5||30||24||197||0||1||80.0||80.1||2||2||0||5||80%||50%||9%||60%||23%||13%|
|3 ATL||Outdoor 72°||18.9||7th||-1.0||42.5||44||32||325||2||1||72.7||99.1||2||-1||0||7||73%||20%||15%||66%||14%||21%|
|4 @DET||Dome 62°||31.7||2nd||3.5||49.5||30||23||320||2||0||76.7||132.6||7||49||1||9||80%||60%||46%||63%||7%||27%|
|5 @NO||Dome 73°||24.0||5th||5.0||45.5||25||16||268||3||0||64.0||139.7||3||13||0||12||72%||80%||23%||60%||4%||32%|
|6 ARZ||Outdoor 80°||12.7||18th||2.5||50.5||31||20||197||0||0||64.5||82.3||6||48||0||5||74%||0%||14%||55%||10%||32%|
|7 @LAC||Outdoor 73°||13.1||16th||5.0||51.5||27||20||210||2||1||74.1||105.5||4||7||0||7||78%||100%||27%||59%||7%||30%|
|8 NYG||Outdoor 54°||19.1||11th||-3.5||45.5||34||23||212||2||0||67.6||104.0||5||26||0||3||74%||17%||33%||74%||9%||15%|
|9 @ARZ||Dome 72°||20.8||5th||2.5||49.5||34||26||275||2||1||76.5||106.9||6||38||0||3||79%||0%||26%||38%||21%||35%|
|10 @TB||Outdoor 54°||19.2||11th||2.5||44.5||33||23||275||2||0||69.7||115.1||4||22||0||7||73%||50%||20%||49%||24%||27%|
|12 LV||Outdoor 44°||19.3||11th||-4.0||47.5||37||27||328||2||1||73.0||106.6||5||22||0||8||76%||100%||24%||68%||16%||16%|
|13 @LA||Outdoor 47°||23.0||3rd||-6.5||41.5||39||28||367||3||1||71.8||116.1||2||3||0||8||74%||50%||13%||59%||15%||21%|
|14 CAR||Outdoor 45°||20.6||8th||-3.5||43.5||36||21||264||3||2||58.3||85.9||3||20||0||10||58%||50%||14%||69%||14%||17%|
|15 SF||Outdoor 39°||15.3||15th||3.5||43.5||44||31||238||1||0||70.5||90.9||1||18||0||4||73%||0%||13%||55%||21%||18%|
|16 @KC||Outdoor 12°||12.2||17th||10.5||49.5||40||25||215||1||1||62.5||74.5||3||16||0||5||70%||40%||18%||55%||20%||20%|
|17 NYJ||Outdoor 45°||17.1||9th||1.5||42.5||29||18||183||2||0||62.1||103.1||5||18||0||5||62%||20%||24%||38%||21%||38%|
|18 LA||Outdoor 45°||13.6||15th||-4.5||41.5||31||19||213||1||2||61.3||65.7||4||51||0||8||65%||50%||24%||61%||7%||23%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Passing Averages||Rushing Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2013 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Passing Stats||Rushing Stats||Advanced Passing Stats||Targets|
Smith (elbow) completed 18 of 27 passes for 180 yards with no touchdowns and one interception and added four rushes for 21 yards in the Seahawks' 31-13 loss to the 49ers on Thursday night.
Smith was able to play through his triceps contusion but put up unsurprisingly underwhelming numbers against the suffocating 49ers defense. Smith was relatively efficient overall, but he took six sacks and was only able to connect with top targets DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett a combined six times for 62 yards. The veteran signal-caller saw his streak of games with a touchdown pass end at two games, and Thursday marked his fourth sub-200-yard tally of the campaign. Smith's arm should be healthier for a Week 13 road matchup against the Cowboys next Thursday night.
Smith (elbow) is listed as active Thursday versus the 49ers.
During this past Sunday's loss at the Rams, Smith missed the final snap of the third quarter and most of the fourth quarter due to a right elbow injury. The official diagnosis was revealed to be a bruise to the tendon on the bottom of his right triceps by coach Pete Carroll on Monday, and Smith proceeded to be listed as DNP/LP/FP during Week 12 prep. Carroll relayed to Colin Gunther of the Seahawks' official site Wednesday that Smith was "ready to go" for Thursday's game, and now that has been confirmed. Smith thus will take aim at San Francisco's 15th-ranked pass defense (221.4 yards per game).
Smith (elbow), who is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the 49ers, is tracking toward playing, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Official word Smith's status won't come until the Seahawks release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Thursday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff, but all indications are that that the quarterback will be cleared to start, despite tending to an injury to his throwing elbow on a short week. Smith was able to return to this past Sunday's loss to the Rams after exiting for a spell when he was hit in the right arm by defensive tackle Aaron Donald, and he created more optimism about his health by taking part in Tuesday's walk-through session as a limited participant. Even if Smith is cleared to start the Week 12 contest as anticipated, he may not make for an especially appealing fantasy option, given that he probably won't be 100 percent healthy and will be facing off against a talented San Francisco front seven.
Smith (elbow) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game versus the 49ers, Curtis Crabtree of Fox 13 Seattle reports.
Smith took a big hit from Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald on the second-to-last play of the third quarter in Sunday's loss in L.A., but he was able to return for the Seahawks' final possession, leading them into position for a potential game-winning field goal from Jason Myers. The kick was missed, and Smith proceeded to be listed as a DNP on Monday's practice report. He mixed into drills as a limited participant at Tuesday's walkthrough and now has a chance to play Thursday. Both the quarterback and coach Pete Carroll have seemed optimistic about Smith's chances to suit up Week 12, but it won't be confirmed until approximately 90 minutes before an 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff. If Smith isn't available, though, Drew Lock will lead Seattle's offense.
Smith (elbow) was listed as limited on Tuesday's injury report, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
After opening Week 12 prep with a listed DNP on Monday, Smith was able to mix into drills one day later as he deals with a bruise to the tendon on the bottom of his right triceps that he sustained Sunday versus the Rams. Officially, the Seahawks are calling it a right elbow injury, and the quarterback told Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times on Tuesday that he feels "a little bit better after a couple of days," and that his availability Thursday against the 49ers is "up to coach (Pete Carroll)." Per Brady Henderson of ESPN.com, Carroll seems optimistic of Smith's chances to play Week 12, but it may not be confirmed until closer to Thursday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff.
Smith (elbow) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's practice estimate, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Smith was on the receiving end of a hard hit from Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald on Sunday that sent him to the sideline late in the third quarter through the Seahawks' final offensive possession, when he led the team into L.A. territory, only for Seattle kicker Jason Myers to miss a game-winning 55-yard field goal. Afterward, coach Pete Carroll told Boyle that Smith suffered a bruised elbow, but it was clarified Monday as a bruise to the tendon on the bottom of his triceps, as Carroll told Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. Carroll does expect Smith to be able to suit up Thursday against the 49ers, but he may not get any practice reps until Wednesday, at the earliest, Carroll told Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune. If Smith is unable to go, though, Drew Lock would handle QB duties for the Seahawks.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he expects Smith (triceps/elbow) to suit up for Thursday's game against the 49ers, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Smith suffered a contusion to the tendon at the bottom of his triceps, per Henderson, but he's expected to play through the issue Week 12. Any negative impact to Smith's accuracy against San Francisco's stout defense could, of course, prove significant, especially on a short week. As such, it will be worth monitoring Smith's status closely in practice.
Head coach Pete Carroll announced that Smith is dealing with a bruised elbow sustained in Sunday's narrow loss to the Rams, putting his status for Thursday's contest against the 49ers in jeopardy, according to Seahawks senior reporter John Boyle.
Smith injured his elbow late in Sunday's contest, but he re-entered the game after backup Drew Lock threw an interception in his stead. The veteran starter made a valiant effort to get his team into field-goal range before kicker Jason Myers missed the attempt from 55 yards out. He finished the game completing 22 of 34 pass attempts for 233 yards and a touchdown. It sounds like Smith avoided a major injury to his throwing elbow, but his status is still uncertain for Week 11 with the Seahawks scheduled to face the 49ers on Thursday Night Football. If Smith isn't deemed ready following Seattle's upcoming short week of practice, then Lock would get the starting nod against San Francisco's revamped pass rush Thursday.