Catches TD on only target
Seals-Jones caught his lone target for a 19-yard touchdown in Thursday's 30-29 win over the Giants.
The college wideout turned NFL tight end has bounced around the league the past few years, playing for Arizona, Cleveland, Kansas City and now Washington. His struggles to earn regular snaps aren't likely to end on a team with Logan Thomas at tight end, but Seals-Jones did show that he can still make big plays, outleaping a defender for a surprise fourth-quarter TD on Thursday. There is some potential for fantasy value if Thomas were to miss time, though Seal-Jones might be forced into a committee rather than taking over the starter's three-down role.
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