|10/15/2014 8:22:00 AM||Description: Bengals wideout Brandon Tate was an active receiving target in Week 6 with star wideout A.J. Green sidelined by injury.||Insight: Green is likely out again in Week 7 making Tate a viable low-end option. He caught four balls for 38 yards and a touchdown against Carolina in Week 6.|
|8/6/2012 11:52:00 AM||Description: Bengals wideout Brandon Tate is listed as the starter opposite A.J. Green, according to Cincinnati beat writer Joe Reedy.||Insight: Tate had a good offseason, but even if he starts he's no better than the team's No. 3 target behind Green and Jermaine Gresham. He'll have to continue to fight off Armon Binns, Jordan Shipley and rookie Mohamed Sanu.|
|10/6/2010 10:44:00 AM||Description: With WR Randy Moss shipped to Minnesota, Patriots WR Brandon Tate is expected to see the biggest increase in value.
SOURCE: TWITTER ||Insight: Tate has shown some flashes so far this year, but won't get the job full time. Rookie Taylor Price figures to get some work, along with Julian Edelman. Regardless, Tate is still worth a flyer a deeper league.|
|8/6/2010 4:46:00 PM||Description: Patriots WR Brandon Tate is reportedly the "top candidate" to play in three-receiver sets with WR Randy Moss and WR Wes Welker.
SOURCE: ESPN BOSTON ||Insight: Tate will provide much more upside than Sam Aiken did in the same role last year. While he still doesn't have very much re-draft value, Tate is still a good future dynasty prospect if he makes the most of his role this year.|