Seahawks TE Tony Moeaki was inactive for his first game, but then became an integral part of the offense the past three weeks. He caught a touchdown pass at Kansas City against his former team, holding the ball proudly in the locker room afterward. And he set up a field goal with a 63-yard catch and run Thursday against the 49ers, the Seahawks’ longest play of the season. He was on the field for 41 of 65 snaps in Seattle’s 19-3 win.
He has six catches for 98 yards and also has shown improved pass-blocking, according to Seattle coach Pete Carroll.
Moeaki actually led the team's tight ends in snaps in Week 13. He's not a quality start given Seattle's run-heavy tendencies, but he's a worthwhile dart throw in deep formats.