Golden Tate leads trio of Seattle receivers to fantasy glory

Kevin C. Cox

The Seahawks had a trio of productive wide receivers Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

The top three Seattle Seahawks wide receiver all had big games Sunday, leading the team to a 33-10 victory. Each of Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, and Jermaine Kearse had at least 75 yards in the game.

Tate has 106 receiving yards on six catches in the game, adding a first-half touchdown. Kearse also scored a touchdown, and had 75 yards on three receptions. Baldwin caught five balls for 76 yards.

Fantasy impact: The 75 yards were more than Kearse had had in any three games combined this season, but the touchdown was his fourth overall, and second in his last two outings. He's not worth much in fantasy leagues (with three different no-catch games this season), but in a desperate situation, he's got scoring potential.

Baldwin has had two consecutive decent games in the wake of the injury to Sidney Rice, with 151 yards and a touchdown in the last two weeks. Meanwhile, Tate was shut down a week ago, but exploded back to his status as the team's No. 1 receiver Sunday.

The team expects star wide receiver Percy Harvin to make his Seahawks debut next week, which would likely downgrade each of the other receivers. Until Harvin proves he is fully healthy, Baldwin and Tate can be deep-league plays, but they aren't going to be super-valuable in 10-teamers.

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