Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Tate’

Gridiron Gab Rapid Recap: Bengals Beat Browns 34-27 in Cincinnati

The Cleveland Browns appeared to have found their franchise running back, but what they needed Sunday was a couple defensive backs, as they fell for the second straight week. The Cincinnati Bengals took advantage of a missing Joe Haden, picking on the Browns secondary all day in putting up 34 points in a 34-27 victory. […]

Tate Wins AFC’s Special Teams Player of the Week Award

Bengals wide receiver Brandon Tate was named the AFC’s Special Teams Player of the Week, the team announced. Tate returned a fourth-quarter punt 56 yards for a touchdown to clinch the team’s 34-12 win over the Seattle Seahawks. Tate averaged 28.3 yards on four kick returns on Sunday, including a 45-yard kick return in the […]

Favre plays; doesn’t matter as Vikings fall to New England 28-18

The question all week long was about if Brett Favre would play for the Vikings at QB Sunday. He did – but it didn’t matter. Favre, on two broken bones in his ankle, seemed just fine till he left the game with a facial laceration in the fourth quarter as the Vikings fell to the […]

Patriots pummel dismal Dolphins 41-14

“Two” TD’s: That’s all Tom Brady’s offense needed on offense to beat Miami tonight Tom Brady only threw for 146 yards -none to Randy Moss.  The defense yielded 400 yards of total offense.  Allowed 10 of 15 third downs to be converted.  Yet when the other team surrenders two special teams scores and one defensive […]

Week Four’s 7-Step Drop

Randy Moss needs no introduction. Steelers have won nine of their past 11 games against Baltimore in Pittsburgh. Over the past three years, the Steelers have won five of seven games in the series. Four of those seven games were decided by four points or less. Patriots array of weapons extends to Aaron Hernandez and […]

Patriots look like they have another star on their hands in WR Tate

If you asked who has been the Patriots biggest breakout surprise of the preseason so far, the obvious choices are rookie tight ends Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski who have defibrillated life back into the tight end position for New England. The dark horse candidate for the honor is second year wide receiver Brandon Tate. […]