Golden Tate’s wife not pleased with his lack of playing time, receptions

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate’s wife Elise Tate went on an Instagram rant on Monday night. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Giants, 25-23, on Monday Night Football at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

Tate had two receptions for 31 yards and a touchdown. He was targeted just three times by Daniel Jones.

New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate makes a reception against the Philadelphia Eagles
Golden Tate makes a reception against the Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by New York Giants/Instagram)

“Getting so many texts throughout the game GT Wide Open Wide Open Wide Open,” she said in her Instagram story. “I know I mean yeah given one chance in the fourth quarter. Of course, he comes down with the ball! He’s @showtimetate! So under utilized. As his wife, I cannot even watch with one eye open.

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“Same exact thing last game. One target in the first quarter — of course — an epic tournament. He needs to be fed the ball. Period. Watch film. He always comes down with the ball. His 1,000 yard seasons he had targets! Plain and simple and 600+ of them are YAC (Yard After Catch)! Making the most of every opportunity.”

This season, Tate has appeared in seven games, including two starts. He has been targeted 29 times; however, has just 22 receptions for 226 yards and two touchdowns.

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“Pro Football Focus, NFL, ESPN NFL re-watch this game and just point out the time after time after time he’s wide open,” Tate also said in her story. “I’m lit. 11-years in the NFL I’ve never said something like this online, but it’s excruciating to watch and killing his states this year, but you can’t have yards on a few-to-no targets. He’s crazy. Making the most of what comes his way that’s for sure though. Every time.”

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