Alex Smith (calf) inactive for Washington in Saturday's Wild Card game
Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith will not play in the team's Wild Card Round game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Smith has been dealing with a calf ailment for the last month or so, and despite playing the previous week to clinch a playoff spot, the veteran isn't healthy enough to play in said playoff game. It'll be Taylor Heinicke who gets the starting nod against the Bucs, and he'll dictate whether Washington's season ends on Saturday night.
Our models project Heinicke for 227.6 passing yards, 1.1 touchdowns, 1.1 interceptions and 13.6 FanDuel points.
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- J.J. Watt granted release from Texans February 12th, 2021
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- Cameron Brate (back) cleared to play in Super Bowl for Buccaneers February 7th, 2021
- Buccaneers' Antonio Brown (knee) active for Super Bowl Sunday February 7th, 2021
- Le'Veon Bell (knee) not listed on Kansas City's Super Bowl LV injury report February 5th, 2021
- Football Team's Antonio Gibson (toe) will not require surgery January 10th, 2021
- Washington's Taylor Heinecke starting under center on Saturday January 9th, 2021
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- Terry McLaurin (ankle) returns to Football Team practice January 7th, 2021
- Washington's Antonio Gibson (toe) limited on Wednesday January 6th, 2021