NFL Matchup: It’s Showtime for Kansas City Chiefs Tight End Tony Moeaki

October 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If there was ever a time for Tony Moeaki to officially burst onto the scene as one of the top tight ends in football, that time has come.
The Houston Texans have gave up 330 passing yards per game so far this season and tight ends have been a very big factor in that statistic.  
In Week 1, Colts tight end Dallas Clark came up huge with 11 catches for 80 yards and a touchdown. In Week 2, it was the Redskins' Chris Cooley busting off 64 yards off of three catches and one score. The Cowboys Jason Witten was able to take advantage of the Texans' lackluster defensive backfield in Week 3, gaining 56 yards off of seven catches. The damage didn't stop there.

In Week 4, the Raiders Zach Miller torched the Texans for eleven catches, 122 yards and one touchdown. Last week was the first game all season that the Texans were able to stop the opposing tight end. The Giants Kevin Boss ended up with a pedestrian 40 yards off of 4 catches.

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