Here are Torrey Smith's top five moments as a Raven:
5) Three touchdowns against the Rams in 2011
This was the game that put Smith on the map. After failing to log a catch in his first two NFL games, his first three career grabs went for touchdowns against the Rams on Sept. 25, 2011. Smith hauled in touchdown receptions of 74, 41 and 18 yards. To date, this remains the only game where Smith scored three touchdowns. The Ravens won 37-7.
4) 165 yards in a win over the Bengals in 2011
Smith's single-season best was 166 yards in a loss against the Bills in 2013. This game helped get the Ravens a win over the Bengals and therefore makes the list over the Bills game. Smith caught a 38-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter that basically sealed the game. Baltimore defeated Cincinnati 31-24.
3) 121 yards in win over Dolphins in 2013
Believe it or not, but this game on Oct. 6, 2013 is the last time Smith posted more than 100 yards in a game. His performance, six catches for 121 yards helped move the offense down the field and eek out a tougher-than-expected 26-23 win over the Dolphins.
2) 98 yards, two TDs against the Broncos in the 2012 AFC Divisional Round
Joe Flacco and Jacoby Jones stole the headlines with the 70-yard touchdown bomb. But Smith was the one that really got things going for them that game. He only caught three passes but totaled 98 yards. That's because one reception was a 59-yard touchdown and another was a 32-yard touchdown. The Ravens won this thriller 38-35 in double overtime.
1) Two-touchdown game against the Patriots in 2012
The night before the Ravens were set to play the Patriots, Smith got word that his brother Tevin Jones died in a motorcycle crash. Smith decided to play and put in an inspiring performance folks in Baltimore will never forget. He caught six passes for 127 yards and two touchdowns. Smith put in an emotional performance with a heavy heart. The Ravens won 31-30.