Tate to Have a Breakout Season in 2011?

The News Tribune reports that Pete Carroll seems to think 2011 will be a huge season for second-year receiver Golden Tate.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll singled out second-year receiver Golden Tate as a player he’s expecting to have a breakout year in 2011 according to Eric Williams of the Tacoma Tribune. Tate finished with only 21 catches in his rookie season. Tate made some jaw-dropping plays at practice during training camp and the early part of the regular season, but he struggled with running precise routes and making the proper reads in order to get regular playing time. But Carroll believes Tate should see the field more in 2011, particularly in third-down situations as the slot receiver, similar to how Brandon Stokley was used last season.


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