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Alex Smith

Alex Smith Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'4" / 213 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
May 7, 1984 (36)
16th Season
2005 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 1 (SF)

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Alex Smith News

Alex Smith Throws For 149 Yards On Thanksgiving

Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith completed 19 passes on 26 attempts for 149 yards with one touchdown and one interception in a win over the Cowboys. Smith played well in this game with Washington putting up 41 points, but it didn't translate into a ton of fantasy points as Antonio Gibson ran the ball in for three scores. Smith has played well since taking over for the injured Kyle Allen (ankle) and is a must-start QB2 in two-quarterback formats. He can be a decent streamer in one-QB leagues when he has a good matchup, but that is not the case in Week 13 versus a stout Steelers Defense.

Nov. 26th • 9:22 PM
Washington Wants Alex Smith Back In 2021

Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera and his staff want quarterback Alex Smith back for the 2021 season, according to sources. Smith made an incredible comeback from a broken fibula and tibia and 17 surgeries due to an infection that left him barely able to walk. The veteran QB hasn't said whether he wants to play next season, but he is under contract through 2022. He's set to make $19 million next year as a bridge to Dwayne Haskins Jr., Kyle Allen or someone else acquired in a trade or through the draft. Smith has gone 55-for-80 for 556 yards, a touchdown and an interception in the last two games. Smith should win Comeback Player of the Year easily, but he remains a low-end QB2 for fantasy purposes, even against Dallas' suspect defense on Thanksgiving Day.

Nov. 26th • 10:49 AM
Alex Smith Has Good Matchup On Thanksgiving

Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith has played well since taking over for Kyle Allen (ankle) and will look to keep rolling in a solid matchup with the Cowboys. Smith has thrown for 300-plus yards in two of his three starts and should be able to take advantage of a good matchup in Dallas. The Cowboys have allowed the second-most passing touchdowns this season and allow the fifth-most fantasy points to opposing quarterbacks overall. Smith offers almost no rushing upside so he's not a must-start fantasy option by any means, but he's a start-worthy option in two-quarterback leagues and a good low-cost DFS option.

Nov. 25th • 8:19 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Alex Smith
Dwayne Haskins Jr.
RB Antonio Gibson
J.D. McKissic
LWR Terry McLaurin
Dontrelle Inman
RWR Cam Sims
Isaiah Wright
SWR Steven Sims Jr.
Robert Foster
TE Logan Thomas
Temarrick Hemingway
LT Cornelius Lucas III
LG Wes Schweitzer
Wes Martin
C Chase Roullier
Keith Ismael
RG Brandon Scherff
RT Morgan Moses
David Sharpe
LDE Chase Young
Ryan Kerrigan
LDT Daron Payne
RDT Jonathan Allen
Tim Settle
RDE Montez Sweat
Ryan Anderson
LOLB Cole Holcomb
Thomas Davis Sr.
MLB Jon Bostic
Shaun Dion Hamilton
ROLB Kevin Pierre-Louis
Khaleke Hudson
RCB Ronald Darby
SS Deshazor Everett
Jeremy Reaves
FS Troy Apke
Kamren Curl
CB Kendall Fuller
Fabian Moreau
NB Jimmy Moreland
K Dustin Hopkins
Kaare Vedvik