Golden Tate Super Bowl Prop Bets 2014

Golden TatePeyton Manning’s super-powered, top-ranked Denver Broncos offense are all the talk of the town heading into the 2014 Super Bowl, but there will be another dangerous offender in Sunday’s Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium. And that is the Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate that could wind up defining this game for the Seahawks offense. Wagering on the outcome of the Big Game is currently unpredictable, so why not place a player prop bet on Golden Tate. You can throw money down on: Will Golden Tate’s longest reception be over/under 19.5 yards? How many receptions will Golden Tate make? Below are the Golden Tate Prop Bets heading into the 2014 Super Bowl.

(SEA @ DEN) – Total Receiving Yards – Golden Tate (SEA)
Player must play in game for wagers to have action.
Over 45.5 (-115)o
Under 45.5 (-115)u

(SEA @ DEN) – Total Receptions – Golden Tate (SEA)
Player must play in game for wagers to have action.
Over 4 (+110)o
Under 4 (-140)u

(SEA @ DEN) – Total Yards on 1st Reception – Golden Tate (SEA)
Player must play in game for wagers to have action. No reception under wins.
Over 10.5 (-115)o
Under 10.5 (-115)u

(SEA @ DEN) – Total Receptions – Golden Tate (SEA)
Player must play in game for wagers to have action.
0 15/1
1-2 5/2
3-4 7/5
5-6 5/2
7-8 9/1
9 or more 20/1

Tate caught four passes on six targets for 31 yards against the 49ers in the NFC Championship game and one catch for 13 yards in the NFC Divisional round.

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(SEA @ DEN) – Longest Reception – Golden Tate (SEA)
Player must play in game for wagers to have action. No reception under wins.
Over 19.5 (-115)o
Under 19.5 (-115)u

(SEA @ DEN) – Will Golden Tate (SEA) score a TD in the game?
Player must play in game for wagers to have action.
Yes +175
No -215

The Bottom Line: Though some still see Tate as the team’s No. 1 receiver, especially when Percy Harvin is out, he’s really nothing more than a possession receiver. Russell Wilson looked for him on some key third downs, but he is barely on the radar, once the Seahawks find their way into the red-zone. He’s got a soft match-up with Denver in the Super Bowl, but probably shouldn’t be counted on for an abundance of receiving yards. We recommend you signup with Bovada to receive a 10% signup bonus before the 2014 Super Bowl kicks-off.