WR Golden Tate To See Lots Of Work In Seattle Seahawks Offense
One thing is for sure for all the receivers taken in the first two rounds of the draft this year and that is they should all see lots of work in year one. The receiver that may easily see the most work in 2010, is Notre Dame standout Golden Tate as coach Carroll plans on using him as a starting receiver, a kick and punt returner and even in the wild cat offense.
Comparisons to Percy Harvin have been tossed around as what you might expect from Tate in year one, and I believe that could be the case. The Seahawks needed a player like Tate that can move around and lineup in different spots in the offense to find ways to move the football.
While Tate should be selected on fantasy draft day, he probably won’t be more than a bye week fill in for his rookie season. This is unless, the Seahawks find a way to keep Matt Hasselbeck healthy or Charlie Whitehurst turns into the next great quarterback for this franchise.
Neither of those things are likely to happen and that means Tate will be useful but not an every week fantasy play, unless you get credit for his kick and punt yardage.
NFL fantasy football player rankings writer Sean E. Douglas: fantasy-info.com