T.J Houshmandzadeh:


Seattle's passing game wasn't pretty last year, despite the high-priced addition of Houshmandzadeh who flirted with a 1,000 yard season. He gave the Seahawks some reliability at wideout, but only found the end zone three times. Those aren't top WR numbers. Houshmandzadeh turns 33 this year and had off-season surgery for a sports hernia -- an injury that has a way of re-appearing. Given the unsettled situation at QB, expect this former Bengal's fantasy numbers to continue their decline.


Golden Tate:


Tate, taken 60th overall, could end up as the steal of the 2010 draft. He's a tough, yet dynamic playmaker who helped make Jimmy Clausen a household name. The sensible move would be to phase Tate in opposite T.J. Houshmandzadeh as the team's starting flanker. The Seahawks are likely to use Tate as the team's utility man a-la Minnesota's Percy Harvin in 2009. Tate can stretch the field at flanker, run routes out of the slot, return kicks and punts or even man the wildcat. Loaded with potential, this is a guy dynasty leaguers should be interested in.

 

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