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Week 1 vs. JAX
Receiving: 3 / 41 / 0 on 7 targets
Stevens had a game typical of Seahawk's tight ends, a handful of catches and yardage.
Week 2 vs. ATL
Receiving: 3 / 49 / 1 on 5 targets
Stevens is starting to deliver on the promise of big plays that Seattle was banking on when they selected him in the first round a few years ago. Stevens made a spectacular leaping 35 yard touchdown grab when he used his speed to get behind the defense just before halftime. With TE Itula Mili still absent due to illness, Stevens is cementing himself as the starting tight end in the Seahawk offense.
Week 3 vs. ARI
Receiving: 3 / 34 / 0 on 4 targets
Stevens started again this week. He is entrenched as the starting tight end in Seattle. He was targeted on the first Seattle play of the game and pulled in a 12 yard reception. Near the end of the first half Stevens had an ugly drop that would have kept a drive alive. He finished up the game in the third quarter catching both of his other targets. One was inside the ten yard line and he nearly scored, but was dragged down by the facemask. The penalty put the ball on the one yard line leading another Shaun Alexander touchdown plunge.
Week 4 vs. WAS
Receiving: 3 / 31 / 0 on 6 targets
Stevens wasn't targeted until the middle of the second quarter. He had a near drop inside the ten yard line late in the game, but QB Matt Hasselbeck came right back to him for a nine yard pickup just before WR Darrell Jackson's game tying touchdown.
Week 5 vs. STL
Receiving: 3 / 65 / 1 on 5 targets
Stevens scored his touchdown from 29 yards off of a blown St. Louis coverage. He came across the back of the linebackers all alone and literally walked into the end zone. His other two receptions were both in the second quarter.
Week 6 vs. HOU
Receiving: 2 / 28 / 0 on 2 targets
Stevens caught both balls aimed his way for 28 yards.
Week 7 vs. DAL
Receiving: 5 / 60 / 0 on 6 targets
Stevens pulled in his first reception on Seattle's first play of the game for the second week in a row. He followed up the first one shortly after with another similar ten yard quick dump over the line. Stevens was the target on the second Hasselbeck interception. He didn't work his way back to the ball allowing the defensive back the opportunity to get a hand in front causing the deflection. However, Stevens made up for this with his beautiful 22 yard catch on Seattle's final drive to tie the game. Stevens beat his man straight up the seam making the over the shoulder catch.
Week 9 vs. ARI
Receiving: 2 / 28 / 0 on 3 targets
Stevens finished the game with 28 yards, catching two of the four balls tossed his way.
Week 10 vs. STL
Receiving: 4 / 49 / 0 on 6 targets
Stevens was utilized early and often just as he has been for the bulk of the season. Stevens caught two balls on the first drive. Further, Stevens was targeted on the interception thrown by QB Matt Hasselbeck that ended the drive. A defensive back ran into Stevens downfield knocking him off his route making it an easy pick for the defender. Stevens caught a pass in the second quarter that was discounted when the Seahawks opted to take a Rams' penalty on the play. Both of his other targets came early in the drive that led to the second Alexander touchdown.
Week 11 vs. SF
Receiving: 1 / 27 / 0 on 2 targets
Stevens caught a 27 yard reception off of play action on fourth and one deep in San Francisco territory on Seattle's first drive of the game. His second target was on a third down play. Had he made the reception he would have been well short of the marker, but LB Julian Pederson was climbing up his back drawing the pass interference flag. Stevens dropped his final target in the game when the Seattle offense was getting desperate for a first down.
Week 12 vs. NYG
Receiving: 0 / 0 / 0 on 3 targets
Stevens did not record a catch in this game, primarily because he was needed in pass protection.
Week 13 vs. PHI
Receiving: 4 / 22 / 0 on 6 targets
Stevens made four receptions on the first five plays of the game, after making no catches the previous week. He did not have a catch thereafter. Stevens was targeted in the red zone on the same drive, but was pushed out of the way by a Philadelphia defender. The play resulted in an interception but was nullified by an illegal contact penalty.
Week 14 vs. SF
Receiving: 3 / 28 / 1 on 3 targets
Stevens caught three of the four balls thrown to him and recorded an easy second quarter touchdown.
Week 15 vs. TEN
Receiving: 4 / 53 / 1 on 5 targets
Stevens was targeted early and often, as has been the norm for the Seahawks for several weeks now. Stevens got the Seahawks on the board running a deep cross from right to left behind the linebackers. Stevens was able to use his speed to run away from LB Peter Sirmon to break free. He had to reach low to make the grab, but was able to keep his feet and slide into the end zone.
Week 16 vs. IND
Receiving: 5 / 39 / 1 on 5 targets
Stevens made a six yard reception to start the game for the Seahawks. He was wide open and made a 15 yard touchdown reception in the second quarter. Stevens made a 12 yard reception at the end of the first half.
Week 17 vs. GB
Stevens wasn't targeted while in the game. His lack of targets can be directly correlated to Seattle forcing the ball to RB Shaun Alexander seeking the rushing title and touchdown records.