Third-year tight end Dennis Pitta has been hit or miss with his production this season. He has eight games with at least five catches, but he has been held to two or fewer catches in four games. But if you add those totals up, you will see that he is having a fine season with 57 catches for 613 yards and seven touchdowns, including four in his past four games. He was a rare bright spot in the loss to the Broncos, catching seven balls for 125 yards and two touchdowns. If Pitta gets in the end zone again on Sunday, he will break Todd Heap's single-season franchise record for touchdowns by a tight end. Sorry, Todd, but your record is going down.