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Wide Receiver, Detroit Lions

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Draft: 2010 Round 2 (28)
College: Notre Dame
Ht: 5’10”  Wt: 202 DOB: 1988-08-02 Age: 28
WR Rank Tier ADP-12
#65 6 -

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G Target Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2010 SEA 11 0 39 21 227 10.8 0 23.1 2.1
2011 SEA 16 5 58 35 382 10.9 3 57.6 3.6
2012 DET 15 0 67 45 688 15.3 7 112.8 7.5
2012 (Projected) DET       43 529 12.3 3 70.9  

2016 Outlook
Depth Chart
With the release of former 1st round pick Mike Williams prior to training camp, the Seahawks opened up a spot in their starting lineup and it seems clear that Seattle would love for Tate to fill that position. Unfortunately, this seems more the case of a team handing over a starting position than a player earning it. In fact, Williams’ release is a curious and risky move given lead receiver Sidney Rice’s injury history and leaves the team open to the possibility of starting Tate and 2nd year former undrafted free agent Doug Baldwin at some point in 2012… ouch. Tate, the team’s 2nd round choice in the 2010 draft, improved upon his poor rookie season with 33 receptions for 375 yards and a pair of touchdowns but there seems little evidence that he is ready to be a consistent performer. In 27 career games, he has topped 50 receiving yards just twice, a pretty low number for a player considered to be a game-breaker coming out of Notre Dame. Tate isn’t worth owning in redraft leagues and is a marginal dynasty prospect.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Marvin Jones
WR2WR2 Golden Tate
WR3WR3 Anquan Boldin
WR4WR4 Andre Roberts
WR5WR5 Aaron Dobson
Lions Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Trio of Lions expected to play Week 8     -- Thu Oct 27 6:45 pm --

Riddick, Washington and Ebron all nursing lower-body injuries
Theo Riddick (ankle), Eric Ebron (ankle, knee), Dwayne Washington (ankle) all expected to play Sunday vs the Texans. (James Palmer on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: Riddick's return should put Golden Tate's resurgence to the test, as the former was stealing many of the short passes that are the latter's bread-and-butter. Ebron is a high-upside TE2 but should be ignored this week against a defense that has shut down tight ends all season long. Washington should take over the early-down role Zach Zenner has occupied of late, and he could be a serviceable flex considering Houston's recent woes stopping the run.
Injury Zach Zenner, Justin Forsett to share workload     -- Sun Oct 16 7:15 am --

Dwayne Washington not expectedt to play
Lions' RB Dwayne Washington, listed as questionable with ankle injury, will not play today, per source. Zach Zenner and Justin Forsett carry (Adam Schefter on Twitter)

FF Today's Take: The Lions are depleted at running back with Theo Riddick (ankle) and now Washington (ankle) ruled out. Neither Zenner or Forsett are fantasy options. Golden Tate might be used a bit more in the short passing game as a result.
Injury Marvin Jones shows up on injury report     -- Thu Sep 29 7:50 pm --

Limited practice; hamstring injury
Marvin Jones is on Thursday’s injury report as a limited participant in practice after not being on the report at all after Wednesday’s practice. That suggests that Jones may have come down with the injury during practice and will make Friday’s practice one to watch for a better idea about how much the hamstring might affect him against the Chicago Bears on Sunday. (Pro Football Talk)

FF Today's Take: The WR1 after three weeks, Jones will need to get a full practice in on Friday in order to quell fears of him missing time against the Bears in Week 4. If he is forced to sit out, Anquan Boldin and Golden Tate become much better fantasy options against Chicago's shell of a defense, while Eric Ebron could also be nearing must-start territory as well.

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