Zach Miller and Seahawks fans have waited 22 games for him to score a touchdown for Seattle. Better late than never? Well, at least "Better one hand than two," on this score to give Seattle a 24-21 lead in the fourth quarter against the Lions.
This catch makes no sense because Miller is a "blocking tight end." Miller, who averaged 56 catches per season with the Raiders before signing with the Seahawks prior to last season, is a "blocking tight end" now mostly because he came into today's game with 39 catches in a year and a half with Seattle.
Maybe the problem was that he was trying to use two hands.