With Percy Harvin seeing an increased role in the offense this week, Kearse seems to be the odd man out in the receiving corps. Golden Tate will move over to the WR2 slot with Doug Baldwin likely to fill in the gaps in three-receiver sets.
There is definitely a chance that the Seahawks try to spread the field even more using four receivers at times, but that only seems likely if they are seriously down on the scoreboard. He does have four touchdowns on the year, so a remote red zone target certainly isn't out of the question. It's just too difficult to rely on that this late in the season.
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