It was an especially quiet day for the
It marked a season worst for wide receiver
And it was another game where press coverage stymied the Ravens' wide receivers, similar to struggles earlier in Week 2 against
"It's only been one game, it happens," said Smith, a former Maryland star who has caught 19 passes for 370 yards and three touchdowns in his second
Smith, who has generated 17 first downs this season to rank behind
The Ravens were limited to 214 passing yards in road games against the Eagles and 165 yards against the Chiefs, two teams that play press coverage and have noisy stadiums.
"I like press, it's just that it's a lot harder when it's press and they're not worried about getting beat deep," Smith said. "They do a great job in press. It's the NFL. They have great corners with tight coverage. The throws have to be better and you have to make tougher catches.
"We had one game where we weren't targeted as much. We're taking advantage of opportunities. When the play is there, we have to make it. That's the difference between us having a great offensive game and not."
Heading into Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium, the
Like the Chiefs and Eagles, the Cowboys feature athletic, physical cornerbacks in
"It's going to be a nice challenge for us," Smith said. "We go against press man every day. We're doing the same thing. They do things in their scheme where they're more aggressive because they have safety help. They're doing a good job. They're good corners."