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Today Dean Blandino the head of officiating was on the NFL Network and they were talking about Golden Tate and his dumb taunting penalty. Well guess what Golden, you made a non- Golden mistake. The NFL will likely consider negating touchdowns for taunting penalties, the NFL’s head of officiating Dean Blandino told the NFL Network. […]
Golden Tate upset many people by doing a disrespectful taunt in the third quarter on Monday night after scoring on an 80-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to put the Seattle Seahawks up 14-6 on the St. Louis Rams. After catching the bomb from Wilson, Tate raised his left arm in celebration and then began […]
Seattle Seahawks WR Golden Tate doesn’t seem to mind the 15 yds for taunting. Don’t get me wrong, the catch was awesome, but could you be a little less selfish? Naaaaa. Enjoy the GIF, sorry St. Louis Rams fans.
H/T @BuzzfeedSports for the GIF
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In Monday Night’s snoozer division match up between the ST. Louis Rams and Seattle Seahawks, Seahawks wideout Golden Tate made an incredible grab and run for an 80-yard touchdown. Tate made sure that he waved “bye-bye” to the Rams secondary on his way to the endzone:
Here are a couple more angles:
Of course head coach...
With his team ahead 7-3, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate make an amazing catch and then broke towards the end zone. With a clear path in front of him, Tate chose to taunt St. Louis Rams corner back Janoris Jenkins. Tate started taunting Jenkins at the 25-yard line as he ran into the end zone. Maybe Tate heard what Jenkins did to Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith last...
After his second receiving touchdown on the night, Seattle Seahawks’ Golden Tate gave fans one of the funniest /stupidest taunting penalties in the history of the NFL during the Monday Night Football game with the St. Louis Rams.
Golden Tate’s actions have NFL in talks over issues of taunting.
The NFL may look into negating touchdowns that involve taunting penalties.
This recent consideration came just as Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate was seen pointing and waving at safety Rodney McLead who was trying to stop him as he made his way to the end zone making an 80-yard touchdown. A flag was...
Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate was hit with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty during an 80-yard touchdown catch on Monday night after waving at Rams safety Rodney McLeod for the last 25 yards of his score. The penalty was assessed on the ensuing kickoff, but next season it could mean bringing the touchdown back.
NFL head of officiating Dean Blandino said that he thinks...
The heavily favored Seahawks narrowly edged St. Louis on Monday night, but by watching Golden Tate, you’d think the game was a blowout.
Tate hauled in an 80-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson late in the third quarter for Seattle’s second and final score (he also caught their first), and the wideout went into full NFL Blitz mode as soon as his fingers touched the ball....
The Seattle Seahawks extended their best start in franchise history with a 14-9 win against the St. Louis Rams on Monday night. The Seahawks defense came up big in the final plays of the game. They stopped Daryl Richardson on third-and-goal and then caused Kellen Clemens to overthrow Brian Quick in the corner of the end zone on the final play to improve to 7-1 on the season....
Most predicted the Seahawks to blow out the Rams, but St. Louis defense has stymied the Seattle defense enough to make it a game going into the fourth quarter. The frustration from Seattle is so evident that Golden Tate, after catching a deep pass that probably should have been intercepted by Janoris Jenkins instead went for a touchdown. The whole way to the end zone, Tate waved...
Some Things to Love and Hate
To say last night’s game between Seattle and St. Louis was an eye sore would be an understatement.
Pitting the 6-1 Seahawks against the 3-4 Rams who were without starting quarterback Sam Bradford, many believed the road warriors from the Emerald City would easily handle a struggling St. Louis team as the host city was more tuned in to Game 5 of the...
Ugly Counts Too!
“Game Balls” in quotes, as I’m not sure I feel right handing these out…
The Seattle Seahawks may have looked a little sloppy on offense on Monday Night but their defense once again played exceptionally well en route to a narrow 14-9 win over a St. Louis team missing starting quarterback Sam Bradford.
Yes, its wasn’t pretty. Yes, it lacked the atmosphere...
Ugliness at its best
The cliché is, “good teams find team finds ways to win close games,” but unfortunately I think the Rams lost this game more than the Seahawks won it.
Who in their right mind would want to challenge the best secondary in the NFL on the game winning play?
It’s a good thing we have the winless Buccaneers next week, we can use this game as a starting point...