Golden Tate caught a long pass from Matthew Stafford, broke a few weak tackles by the Saints, and flipped into the end zone. It was pretty cool.
Which is the more painful way to have a win taken away: When a bad call goes against you, or when the call is correct but the rule is bad? In the end a loss is a loss, but man, leave it to the Lions to find a unique and brutal way to lose.
Matthew Stafford looked to be up to his old fourth-quarter tricks this afternoon. With under 10 seconds remaining, down 30-26 against Atlanta, Stafford threw a touchdown pass to Golden Tate on a goal-line slant route. That touchdown initially seemed to solidify a dream comeback for Detroit, giving them a huge win over…
Golden Tate clowned three Vikings defenders on his way to a 28-yard touchdown which gave the Lions a 22-16 overtime win over Minnesota.
The Detroit Lions are somehow leading the Chicago Bears 21-13 after this Golden Tate tip-play interception was ruled a touchdown. Looks like Tate never established possession in the end zone before coughing it up, but referees checked it out and overturned the original interception call.
The rumor about former Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate having boned down with Russell Wilson's then-wife is internet lore at this point, and it's something that Tate is probably going to be asked about for the rest of his life.
We're probably all familiar with the rumor involving Golden Tate and Russell Wilson. The gist of it is that Tate slept with Wilson's then-wife, Ashton Meem, causing a rift with the Seahawks that came to a head the week before Super Bowl XLVIII, when Percy Harvin punched Tate in the face. Everyone involved vehemently…
As usual in the NFL, sources are pushing out Percy Harvin's past misdeeds to explain the Seahawks' unexpected decision to trade the receiver to the Jets. The Seattle Times picked up a few instances, including a couple of fights with teammates—like the time he reportedly gave Golden Tate a black eye before the…
The fine would've been worth it, though.
Golden Tate, who returned punts for Seattle last year before departing for Detroit amid certain rumors, was most certainly watching last night as DB Earl Thomas repeatedly made a mess of the job.
Golden Tate's wave goodbye made him either a hero or a villain, according to People Who Have Strong Opinions On Things Like This. (Personal opinion: There aren't many things in sports that matter less than one player taunting another.) But it sounds like there's a chance that the NFL could crack down by changing the…
For about 25 yards, Golden Tate had this touchdown in the books and brought out his finest stop, please, you're embarrassing yourself taunts for the St. Louis secondary. Until, of course, safety Rodney McLeod caught up to him and almost forced him out before he got in the end zone.
Everyone still refers to Seattle's game-winning touchdown as "controversial," but that's a misnomer. It's actually one of the least controversial plays out there, one that everyone from sports writers to casual fans agree should have been an interception. This is only a slight simplification, but the call on the field…
Seattle wins on Hail Mary! What a
simultaneous catch by Golden Tate! Why, just look at the picture, it's a wild catch by Golden Tate! This must be the one they mean when they say "Seattle wins on Hail Mary," right?
Yowza, the Cowboys got owned in Seattle. Russell Wilson outplayed Tony Romo, Marshawn Lynch rushed for 122 yards...oh, let's just let GIFs tell the story.
As (sorta) predicted, Top Pot Doughnuts has turned a NFL's player's sugar addiction—and a fortuitous breaking and entering—into marketing gold. [Photo submitted by Seattle reader Jon.]
Police were called to Top Pot Doughnuts in Bellevue, Washington, at 3:00 a.m. on Saturday after two men were found entering the store after hours. Turns out new Seahawk Golden Tate just had a case of the munchies.
When you're asked to croon a few lines from your favorite Taylor Swift song, the only correct answer is "I don't know any." Golden Tate does not give the correct answer.