Yes, Cleveland is
sure to go aerial against Seattle, which allows 212.7 passing yards a game. But
Derek Anderson is more likely to look deep for Braylon Edwards and Joe
Jurevicius, and the Seahawks have yet to allow either 45 yards or five catches
to a tight end.
QB combo of Vinny Testaverde and David Carr diminishes Smith's value. That plus
Tennessee's swarming defense will add up to a disappointing day.
Sit him only if
you have great receiver depth, but in eight career regular- and postseason
games against the Pats, he's averaged 58.5 yards and has only two TDs.