In Defense of Brandon Tate

Brandon Tate is creating a stir as the Bengals current No. 2 receiver
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  1. Bill says:

    Once again, I have to agree with you Nate. I understand why many fans want to bounce him from the roster, but it is short-sighted to just write him off and not give him a chance. If he succeeds, it won’t be because he just skated through with limited competition. His speed would give the team that extra bit of verticality that will open up the field for everyone else. With this group, experience — even if limited — is a premium commodity. Plus, if he gets the starting job, he won’t be returning balls.

    And if he doesn’t get the job, what have they lost by letting him fight for it?