2012 Team Outlook: Seattle
TE Evan Moore, --- (TE - #36) - Deep-league Only
Waived by the Browns, Moore reportedly latched on with the Seahawks, who waived creaky veteran Kellen Winslow Jr. Moore flashed some fantasy potential in Cleveland. Monitor him now that he's in Starbucks land, though Zach Miller is currently the tight end to own in Seattle.
TE Kellen Winslow, --- (TE - #45) - Bye Week Fill-in
Widely dismissed as damaged goods, Winslow couldn't find many suitors in the open market and landed in Seattle for next to nothing. Multiple knee surgeries have slowed him down over the past few seasons, though he's still managed to put up respectable stats. Expect his numbers to dip this season as he splits time with Zach Miller.
PK Steven Hauschka, SEA (K - #21) - Bye Week Fill-in
Hauschka did fine in his first full season as a starter and was rewarded with a one-year extension. He might be one to keep in mind in advance of your kicker's bye week, but likely isn't worth drafting in most fantasy leagues.Injury Status: Injured Reserve
Seattle Defense (Def - #13) - Solid/Safe Pick
Seattle dedicated eight out of ten draft choices this year for defensive players. Bruce Irvin and Bobby Wagner could make a big impact as rookies. The injection of youth should help bolster an already strong unit that went largely unnoticed in 2012, despite posting stalwart numbers across the board.