In Ed Dickson’s first game as a Seahawk, he responded with two catches for 54 yards. The first of those two receptions was a 12-yard touchdown that keyed Seattle’s 28-14 win over Detroit.
Dickson didn’t play until the third series, with the Seahawks wanting to ease him in. He hadn’t practiced with the team all season until this week. The story said It proved that Dickson can make the kind of big plays the Seahawks hoped for when he was signed to a three-year, $10.7 million contract in March to replace the departed Jimmy Graham and Luke Willson. Those in need of a fantasy TE option should keep an eye on Dickson.