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For more on Decker, check out our profile here .) – Golden Tate : Since he arrived in Seattle in 2010, Tate has emerged ..... yards (career-bests for the second-round pick out of Notre Dame ) and five touchdowns last year with the Seahawks . He
The three man booth breaks down all the rumors, possibilities, trade scenarios, signings and more, and takes your calls about it all.
receivers -- across the board, Sidney Rice (three catches, 81 yards), Doug Baldwin (two catches, 74 yards) and Golden Tate (three catches, 47 yards) helped make things easier for Wilson. While there are a lot of similarities between the performances
after giving up a 50-yard catch and a 24-yard TD to Doug Baldwin, Devin McCourty giving up a 51-yard pass to Golden Tate on the first play of the first fourth-quarter TD drive for the Seahawks, Patrick Chung allowing a 29-yard pass
49ers 5. Wes Welker , Broncos 6. Julian Edelman , Patriots 7. A.J. Green , Bengals 8. DeSean Jackson , Eagles 9. Golden Tate , Seahawks 10. T.Y. Hilton, Colts TIGHT ENDS 1. Julius Thomas, Broncos 2. Vernon Davis, 49ers 3. Jimmy
but I hate this matchup. Douglas gets yards after the catch, and the 49ers limit that about as well as anybody. Golden Tate , Seahawks vs. Cardinals He could get Patrick Peterson all day, which is not a death sentence but could make him
to sit, I am liking Doug Baldwin a lot. I see him getting a lot snaps in the slot, which keep Patrick Peterson on Golden Tate most of the day. Baldwin’s chances of scoring this week are pretty good. He makes a nice add in large formats
that’s of no value here. Keep Williams benched if you can, especially in smaller formats. WIDE RECEIVERS STARTS Golden Tate , Seahawks vs. Vikings Percy Harvin is back and probably will play this weekend, but Tate still will be the lead guy
s a thick RB stew in Carolina, and you’d do well to avoid Williams this week if you can. WIDE RECEIVERS STARTS Golden Tate , Seahawks at Falcons Tate has been hit or miss in 2013, and I am feeling a hit coming on in Week 10. The Falcons
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