This paints the picture of Tate as one of the league's best slot wide receivers, or one of the league's best wide receivers once the ball is in his hands - and I think that's correct.
The wide receiver is no longer sweating his contract after inking a reported four-year deal worth $37.5 million with the Giants and celebrated by hilariously re-enacting the famous "show me the money" scene from "Jerry Maguire".
When the regular season begins, Tate will be 31, seven years younger than his new team's starting quarterback.
Golden Tate of the Detroit Lions makes a catch over Jonathan Jones of the New England Patriots during the first quarter at Ford Field. It's unclear if those moves take them out of the running for Tate.
No, the Giants look like they will be a really, really bad team again in 2019 and will continue to struggle to even sniff at the postseason until they can settle on a young, high upside corp to build around. The Giants needed a playmaker on offense and Tate got himself a nice payday, so as of right now the deal is a win-win for both parties. It is a bit of a surprise he'd choose the Giants given their current situation and him being 30 years old. This seems like a unusual move for a team that's supposedly in rebuild-mode, and though I don't love the fit, I do love the player.