Tim Wright caught 1-of-2 targets for 26 yards in the Lions' Week 4 loss to the Seahawks.
With Eric Ebron (knee) going down early in the second quarter, Wright was the only healthy tight end on the roster. His 26-yard grab down the seam in the fourth quarter set the Lions up in the red zone. With Ebron likely looking at a week-to-week injury, Wright could be in line for an increased offensive role for Detroit.
Jimmy Graham caught 4-of-5 targets for 29 yards in the Seahawks' Week 4 win over the Lions on Monday night.
Graham had one catch for six yards at halftime and didn't catch his second pass until the fourth quarter. Graham was funneled the ball last week, posting a 7-83-1 line, but went back to being an afterthought in this anemic pass offense Monday. He's going to have ups and downs throughout the season with very little predictability. Graham will be a highly-volatile TE1 next week in Cincinnati. Through four games with his new team, Graham is on pace to post an uninspiring 72-696-8 line.
Golden Tate caught 3-of-4 targets for 29 yards in the Lions' Week 4 loss to the Seahawks.
Making his return to Seattle, Tate barely made any noise on a night Matthew Stafford threw for just 203 scoreless yards. His biggest play was a 22-yard gain where Tate broke a few tackles en route to a first down. Through four games, Tate is on pace for a 72-760-0 season one year after posting a 105-1,420-5 line. As expected, he's regressed to being a WR3/4 with the return of Calvin Johnson.
Doug Baldwin caught 3-of-4 targets for 36 yards and one touchdown in the Seahawks' Week 4 win over the Lions on Monday night.
Baldwin's lone big play was a 24-yard touchdown catch to kick the scoring off in the 13-10 victory. He beat Lions rookie CB Quandre Diggs out of the slot for the score. Through four games, Baldwin is on pace for an 80-792-8 line on a mere 92 targets. Baldwin is the receiver to own in Seattle, but remains nothing more than a WR4. Baldwin won't be a recommended start Week 5 in Cincinnati.
Theo Riddick rushed one time for five yards and caught all five of his targets for 31 yards in the Lions' Week 4 loss to the Seahawks on Monday night.
Riddick played 21 snaps to starter Ameer Abdullah's 30 with Joique Bell (ankle) out. He continues to do some damage out of the backfield as a pass catcher, but remains nothing more than an RB3/4 in PPR leagues.
Tyler Lockett caught 4-of-5 targets for 58 yards in the Seahawks' Week 4 win over the Lions on Monday night.
Lockett was the Seahawks' leading receiver before Jermaine Kearse picked up a 50-yard gain on the final drive. That just shows how uninspiring this passing offense is in Seattle. Lockett isn't a realistic fantasy option outside of return-yardage leagues. He also avoided a serious blunder when he muffed a punt; the Lions recovered around the 50-yard line but were unable to score points.
Zach Zenner rushed two times for nine yards in the Lions' Week 4 loss to the Seahawks.
Zenner played just eight snaps Monday night, but was in the game on the final drive, picking up blitzes and working in the red zone with the Lions going for the game-winning touchdown. The coaches clearly trust him to pass protect and hold onto the ball, which is a great sign for him moving forward. Zenner now needs the coaches to give him all of Joique Bell's snaps. Until then, the preseason all-star will be rendered useless in season-long leagues.
Jermaine Kearse caught his two targets for 84 yards in the Seahawks' Week 4 win over the Lions on Monday night.
Both of Kearse's catches were gifts. His first, a 34-yard gain, came on a broken play where Russell Wilson scrambled around and bought time before finding an open Kearse with the defensive backs tired in coverage. Kearse's 50-yard gain came at the end of the fourth quarter where he was left wide open down the right side. Kearse is merely a WR5 in Seattle's weak passing attack.