Chris Carson had ball security issues in Week 12, putting the ball on the ground not once but twice. Rashaad Penny saw increased opportunity as a result and absolutely capitalized on it. Penny truthers have to believe that the toothpaste is out of the tube and that the Seahawks are running out of reasons to keep him on the sideline.
Mike Gesicki’s role in Miami has matured. In the last four weeks he has played no less than two thirds of the snaps, run no less than 22 routes and seen no fewer than six targets. Throwing more fuel on the fire, his looks are not of the Cameron Brate dump-off variety, with seven (No. 6 among qualified tight ends) Deep Targets. Gesicki is trending towards being an every week starter at the right time.