Recent Games

date rec
Receiving Yards
Longest Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Dec 22, 2022 0 0 0 0
Dec 18, 2022 4 77 50 0 7
Dec 11, 2022 0 0 0 0
Dec 4, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0


Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 28 22
@ 5 17
@ 27 22
vs 4 17
@ 18 20
@ 24 21
vs 16 20
vs 1 13
@ 15 20
@ 28 22
@ 16 20
vs 19 20
- -
vs 13 19
@ 10 18
@ 6 18
vs 20 21
vs 6 18

Fantasy Stats

receiving rushing fantasy
Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 8 134 16.75 0.00 131.2
2021 8 113 14.12 -1 -1.00 110.9
3y Avg. 11 138 12.55 -0 0.00 131.1
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  • Giants' Jeff Smith: Lands with Giants

    Smith signed with the Giants on Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Smith spent the first four seasons of his career with the Jets, and he'll stick in New York after signing with the Giants. He's never commanded more than 37 targets in a single season and has seen his role steadily decline in each of the last three campaigns.
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  • Jeff Smith: Won't be tendered

    The Jets will not tender Smith (knee) ahead of Wednesday's deadline, setting him up to hit free agency, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Smith posted a goodbye to New York on his personal Twitter account Tuesday, solidifying Pelissero's report. The veteran speedster secured eight of 11 targets for 134 yards in 11 appearances with the Jets last season, including a 77-yard tally against the Lions in Week 15, before going down with a knee injury. He will look to secure another depth role on the open market.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Placed on IR

    Smith (knee) was put on injured reserve Saturday. Smith had his best game of the season Week 15 against Detroit, hauling in four passes on five targets for 77 yards. However, he apparently injured his knee in that contest and sat out last week's loss to Jacksonville. With his subsequent placement on IR, Smith won't be able to return this season unless the Jets make the playoffs and advance to the AFC Championship Game.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Ruled out for Week 17

    Smith (knee) was ruled out for Week 17 on Friday, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports. Smith will miss a second game in a row Sunday as he continues to nurse the knee injury he sustained in Week 15 versus the Lions. The wide receiver was able to take advantage of the absence of Corey Davis in that contest, producing four catches for 77 yards in the loss. With Davis now back on the field, Smith will likely have a miniscule roll when he's able to return.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Not practicing to begin Week 17

    Smith (knee) isn't participating in Wednesday's practice, Rich Cimini of reports. Even with the benefit of a longer turnaround for Week 17 after the Jets played the Jaguars last Thursday, Smith hasn't moved past the knee injury that sidelined him for the 19-3 loss to Jacksonville. Prior to sitting out against the Jaguars, Smith posted season highs in catches (four) and receiving yards (77) in a Week 15 loss to the Lions, but that production came with Corey Davis sitting out with a concussion and with Denzel Mims suffering a brain injury of his own during the contest. Davis was cleared to play Week 16 and Mims is in the final stage of the concussion protocol as of Wednesday, so with both wideouts likely to be available Sunday in Seattle, Smith may find it difficult to recapture a role on offense if he suits up this weekend.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Won't play Thursday

    Smith (knee) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Jaguars, Rich Cimini of reports. The Jets will also be without Denzel Mims (concussion), whom Smith helped replace in this past Sunday's loss to the Lions. With two of their depth options sidelined, the Jets are left with Garrett Wilson, Corey Davis, Elijah Moore as their likely starting wideout trio and with Braxton Berrios as their lone reserve option. New York could look to elevate another wideout from the practice squad prior to Thursday's game.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Idle for another practice

    Smith (knee) was a non-participant in Tuesday's practice. Coming off his most productive game of the season -- a four-catch, 77-yard effort in a Week 15 loss to the Lions -- Smith may not be able to build on the outing while he contends with the knee injury. He's now been listed as a non-participant on the Jets' first two Week 16 injury reports, which has him trending in the wrong direction as Thursday's game against the Jaguars approaches. Smith will likely need to practice on at least a limited basis Wednesday to have a shot at suiting up versus Jacksonville.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Misses practice with knee injury

    Smith (knee) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's practice estimate. Fellow wide receiver Denzel Mims (concussion) also sat out, while Corey Davis (concussion) was listed as a limited participant. Smith racked up a season-high 77 yards in Sunday's loss to the Lions but could be in danger of missing Thursday's game against the Jaguars.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Plays more due to Jets' WR injuries

    Smith caught four of five targets for 77 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Lions. Smith got an extended opportunity in this one as Corey Davis (concussion) was inactive and Denzel Mims suffered a concussion of his own in the first quarter. The fourth-year Jet out of Boston College made the most of his chances in the two-minute drill to end the first half, securing catches of 50 and 15 yards on consecutive plays. If neither Davis nor Mims is cleared to play Thursday against the Jaguars, Smith could be thrust into an expanded role on offense again.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Healthy scratch again

    Smith (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bills, Connor Hughes of reports. Smith is a healthy scratch for the third consecutive game. He'll likely continue to remain sixth on the depth chart at receiver while all of Garrett Wilson, Corey Davis, Elijah Moore, Braxton Berrios and Denzel Mims are available.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Another one-target outing

    Smith caught his only target for six yards in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Bills. Smith has yet to see multiple targets in a game this season. He'll continue to provide wide receiver depth and contribute on special teams when the 6-3 Jets return to action following their Week 10 bye.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: One catch against Pats

    Smith caught his only target for 23 yards in Sunday's 22-17 loss to the Patriots. Corey Davis' (knee) absence didn't lead to a noticeable uptick in volume for Smith. The last multi-catch game for Smith came back in Week 9 of last season.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Makes second catch of 2022

    Smith caught his only target for 11 yards in Sunday's 40-17 win over the Dolphins. Smith made his second catch of the season. He plays sparingly as the No. 5 wide receiver for the Jets.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Targeted once in Week 4

    Smith didn't catch his only target in Sunday's 24-20 win over Pittsburgh. Smith saw his second target of the season but failed to reel it in. He'll continue to contribute primarily on special teams with four players ahead of him on the wide receiver depth chart.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: One catch in Week 2

    Smith caught his only target for 17 yards in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Browns. Smith's role is limited primarily to special teams. Garrett Wilson, Elijah Moore and Corey Davis should continue to see the bulk of playing time at wide receiver when healthy, and Braxton Berrios is next in line to fill in should one of the top three options go down.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Finds end zone in preseason finale

    Smith caught all three of his targets for 41 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-27 preseason win over the Giants. Smith is known more for his work on special teams, but he showed he can chip in on offense by scoring from 19 yards out in the final minute of the first half. The 25-year-old wide receiver is a safe bet to make the team in a depth role.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Signs new contract

    Smith signed a one-year contract with the Jets on Monday, Howard Balzer of reports. Smith appeared in 12 games for the Jets last season, recording eight catches on 17 targets for 113 yards. It was a step backwards statistically from 2020 for the third-year pro, but he did see an increased role on special teams as a gunner on kickoffs and punts.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Mostly special-teams role in 2021

    Smith caught eight of 17 targets for 113 yards in 2021. Smith appeared in 12 games with the Jets and featured regularly on special teams but rarely saw the field on offense. He'll be an exclusive-rights free agent this offseason, which means the Jets have the option to bring Smith back at the league minimum salary, and New York may opt to do so based on Smith's special-teams contributions as the gunner on kickoffs and punts.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: One catch in Week 17 loss

    Smith caught one of four targets for 13 yards in Sunday's 28-24 loss to Tampa Bay. Smith tied a season high with four targets but didn't make much of his opportunities. He could see an increased role once again in Week 18 against the Bills given the Jets' dearth of healthy pass-catchers, but Smith's unlikely to make a significant impact on the stat sheet.
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  • Jets' Jeff Smith: Returns to active roster

    Smith (undisclosed) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday. Smith has been in the health and safety protocols the past two weeks but has now been reinstated to the active roster. The 24-year-old has seen most of his action on special teams this season and should return to that role now that he's healthy.
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