Stevens finally living up to expectations
TEs Jerramy Stevens and Heath Miller are safety valves for their respective QBs and could have a big impact Sunday.
Both offenses love to use the tight end in the short to intermediate passing game, and both offenses love to attack the middle of the field. Here's a quick look at each tight end:
Until this season, Stevens had been thought of as a classic underachiever. Early in his career, he was lazy in his routes, showed marginal explosiveness in and out of his cuts, and simply wasn't a very competitive player. In 2005, though, it's a totally different story, as Stevens has provided the Seahawks a legitimate pass-catching threat from the tight end position.
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