I would have a very hard time selling this guy - 34 catches through 3 games is 34 catches.
He is far and away the clear cut number 1 on that offense, he is Eli's clear cut go-to guy - 51 targets on the year (Eli has attempted 125 passes - that's a whopping 41% to Smith).
He's also got that USC pedigree, was a high draft pick (2nd round), and is in his "magical" 3rd year.
Outside of his older brother, Eli is playing arguably the best QB in the league - and the Giants look to be the cream of the crop in the NFL.
Now, I don't think he finishes w/ 136 catches, 204 targets, 1644 yards, and 16 touchdowns.
But, I wouldn't be suprised if he grabs 90+ balls good for 1200+ yards and 10+ scores. That translates (at that floor of 90/1200/10) to 56 catches, 789 yards, and 6 scores in his remaining 12 games - all certainly very attainable, he would have to average from here on out, again - very attainable as a teams primary WR1 - 4.7 catches, 66 yards, and .5 scores from here on out.
So far this year -
Week 1 - 6/80/0
Week 2 - 10/134/1
Week 3 - 7/63/1
Week 4 - 11/134/2
In non PPR, his worst day scoring in 2009 is 8.0 (14.0 in PPR). 2 games (out of 4) of 10 or more receptions. 2 games of 130+ yards. Those are WR1 elite numbers - and they're consistent.
The only way I'm selling is if I get stud talent in return (and I have a legit, strong WR corps). There is no way I trade Smith for another WR, IMO If you have name value at WR rostered w/ Smith, I'd try and sell the name brand & take my chances on a young stud.
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