In Baltimore, Torrey Smith was very consistent, finishing in the WR23—WR30 range of PPR scoring in each of his first four seasons. However, Smith was a poor fit in San Francisco, given the 49ers' bad quarterback play. Now in Philadelphia, the still only 28-year-old receiver and his elite speed is in an offense needing that on the outside.
It remains to be seen if Smith is a good fit for Carson Wentz's inconsistent deep ball. Wentz was only 26th in completion percentage on throws 20+ yards downfield.
2017 Bottom Line
Smith is the kind of home run hitter that could give you a few good weeks in best-ball leagues, especially in the 19th round of MFL10s. However, when lineup decisions and consistency come into play in redraft leagues, it's better to take a wait-and-see approach to his new role in Philadelphia, considering he'll likely be available on the waiver wire.