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PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:16 am    Post subject: Stat Watch - Single Season Receiving Stats - Torrey Smith Reply with quote

By popular demand and to congratulate Torrey on his hot start to the season (and child on the way) we will take a look at Torrey Smith in 2013 and track his progress as he continues his assault on the Ravens all-time receiving records.

Thus far, Torrey Smith has 21 receptions, 435 yards (20.7 per Shocked), and 1 TD through 4 games, putting him on pace for a season of 84/1,740/4.

All Ravens Stat Watch Topics:
1. Stat Watch - Career Receptions - Ray Rice
2. Stat Watch - Career Sacks - Terrell Suggs
3. Stat Watch - Career Interceptions - Ed Reed
4. Stat Watch - Single Season Sacks - Suggs & Dumervil
5. Stat Watch - Single Season Receiving Stats - Marlon Brown
6. Stat Watch - Single Season Receiving Stats - Torrey Smith



Ravens Single-Season Reception Leaders

#. Player (Year) - Receptions

1. Derrick Mason (2007) - 103
2. Derrick Mason (2005) - 86
3. Derrick Mason (2008) - 80
4. Ray Rice (2009) - 78
5. Michael Jackson (1996) - 76
5. Ray Rice (2011) - 76
7. Todd Heap (2005) - 75
8. Qadry Ismail (2001) - 74
9. Todd Heap (2006) - 73
9. Derrick Mason (2009) - 73
9. Shannon Sharpre (2001) - 73

At his current pace, Torrey will end at #3 on the list.

Ravens Single-Season Receiving Yards Leaders

#. Player (Year) - Receiving Yards

1. Michael Jackson (1996) - 1,201
2. Qadry Ismail (1999) - 1,105
3. Derrick Alexander (1996) - 1,099
4. Derrick Mason (2007) - 1,087
5. Derrick Mason (2005) - 1,073
6. Qadry Ismail (2001) - 1,059
7. Derrick Mason (2008) - 1,037
8. Derrick Mason (2009) - 1,028
9. Derrick Alexander (1997) - 1,009
10. Mark Clayton (2006) - 939

At his current pace, Torrey will end at #1 on the list, pretty comfortably.

Ravens Single-Season Receiving TD Leaders

#. Player (Year) - Receiving TD

1. Michael Jackson (1996) - 14
2. Derrick Alexander (1996) - 9
2. Derrick Alexander (1997) - 9
4. Torrey Smith (2012) - 8
5. Anquan Boldin (2010) - 7
5. Todd Heap (2005) - 7
5. Qadry Ismail (2001) - 7
5. Derrick Mason (2010) - 7
5. Derrick Mason (2009) - 7
5. Dennis Pitta (2012) - 7
5. Torrey Smith (2011) - 7

At his current pace, Torrey will not make this list, however TDs are the easiest number to make up pace quickly.

Ravens All-Time Receiving Leaders
(Sorted by receptions; updated through week 4 2013)

#. Player - Receptions-Yards-TDs

1. Derrick Mason - 471-5,777-29
2. Todd Heap - 467-5,492-41
3. Ray Rice - 322-2,757-6
4. Mark Clayton - 234-3,116-12
5. Travis Taylor - 204-2,758-15
6. Qadry Ismail - 191-2,819-18
7. Anquan Boldin - 186-2,645-14
8. Michael Jackson - 183-2,596-18
9. Jamal Lewis - 160-1,365-2
10. Shannon Sharpe - 140-1,621-7
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13. Torrey Smith - 120-2,131-16

At his current pace, Torrey will end up at tied with Michael Jackson on this list with 183 receptions on his career. He would have substantially more yards, though, and almost identical TDs.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 3:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Torrey Smith: True American Hero

6 catches for 121 yards today gets him now to 27 receptions for 556 yards (20.6 yards per catch) with the single touchdown.

Unfortunately Jimmy Graham also tore it up today so Torrey will not take over the #1 spot in receiving yards in the NFL. Graham is at 593 yards now, 37 ahead of Torrey.

Julio Jones needs a 76 yard game against the Jets on Monday Night to take 2nd place from Torrey.

Rounding each number to the closest whole number, Torrey Smith is on pace for 86 catches for 1,779 yards and 3 touchdowns. It still feels impossible that he could keep up this pace but he could very well end up anywhere between 1,500 to 1,700 yards with the way he's playing and that is absolutely outstanding. And his touchdown rate is likely to improve. He has had at least 85 yards in every game this year.

And he's also an awesome guy who might currently be the collective fanbase's favorite player.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

My man Torrey has been tearing it up.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yup, I half expected him to have a season this huge... thought he'd put up a Torry Holt-like season... but, even then... I expected something in the 1300-1400 yard area... I honestly think the way he's been producing very much IS sustainable. I mean, it's not like he's had 200 yds games nor is he producing in just one way.

And even against top cover options like DRC and Haden... and even with defenses mixing up coverages... he STILL hasn't had less than 85 yards receiving.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 4:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

He's been putting in magnificent efforts every week, but still seems to be ignored by most of the bobbleheads on ESPN and the NFL Network, probably due to the fact that TDs are all they care about for receivers (unless they play for Brady or Manning).

But at least Ravens fans appreciate him like we should. I just wish he'd add to that TD count, to make his season that much more impressive.
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2013 4:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mancunian Raven wrote:
He's been putting in magnificent efforts every week, but still seems to be ignored by most of the bobbleheads on ESPN and the NFL Network, probably due to the fact that TDs are all they care about for receivers (unless they play for Brady or Manning).

But at least Ravens fans appreciate him like we should. I just wish he'd add to that TD count, to make his season that much more impressive.


Ahem... "To make my fantasy season much more potent." Cool
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 1:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Although his pace has slowed somewhat, Torrey will likely end up with over 1,200 yards and have one of the all-time Ravens receiving seasons. Let's see him go HAM down the stretch and help us get into the playoffs!
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