In 11 games for the 49ers this season, wide receiver Kassim Osgood has zero catches.But that hardly means he's made no contribution to the 49ers.Osgood is a wide receiver in name only. Of course, the 11-year NFL veteran might well be able to contribute in the passing game if called upon. He has 44 career catches for 749 yards and five TDs, and in college at San Diego State was a fine receiver. But Osgood has made a good living in the NFL as a special teams player, not a receiver, and his contributions to the 49ers in Sunday's victory over the Seahawks and throughout this season have been substantial.On Sunday, Osgood blocked a Seahawks punt in the first quarter – breaking through the middle of the line almost untouched – that gave San Francisco the ball on the Seattle 34 and set up one of Phil Dawson's four field goals. The play proved crucial in a 19-17 victory that gave the 49ers their third straight win and improved their record to 9-4 with three games remaining in the regular season.Earlier this season, in a 31-17 victory over Tennessee, Osgood recovered the football for a touchdown on a muffed punt. MORE: Batkid Signs Autographs at 49ers-Seahawks GameAnd, on the...