Golden Tate scores touchdown, Sidney Rice leads Seahawks receivers, splitting fantasy relevance

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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate scored a late touchdown in his team's game against the the Carolina Panthers to lift his team and fantasy owners. We break down the fantasy implications.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate scored a late touchdown in his team's game against the the Carolina Panthers to lift his team and fantasy owners. Tate only caught three passes for 31 yards on the day, but the touchdown salvaged his fantasy performance. Sidney Rice was the team's leading receiver with 67 yards on the afternoon with five catches.

Fantasy Impact: The Seattle wide receiver crew is not necessarily ripe with fantasy relevance. Russell Wilson is struggling in his rookie season, so the wide receivers are getting bogged down with the passing offense. Sidney Rice and Golden Tate are both inconsistent fantasy options at this point in the season. It's tough to trust either of them going forward.

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