The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks only have around two minutes left in the first quarter of Super Bowl XLVIII. Right now it’s been all Seahawks while Manning and the Broncos haven’t done anything on offense besides a botched snap that resulted in a safety.
We all know how talented everybody on this field actually is. Especially when you look at the young talent on Seattle’s roster. Wide receiver Golden Tate had to step up in a big way after Sidney Rice was sidelined for the remainder of the year. He’s been a huge target for starting quarterback Russell Wilson.
If these two can manage to stick together for awhile, they could eventually become a top quarterback/receiver duo. So far Wilson has completed 7/12 for 82 yards, four of those going to Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse.
As for Golden Tate’s performance so far early in the game, his only reception was one that helped move the chains. Tate has made a bunch of highlight plays for this Seahawks offense. Wilson found Tate near the sideline, which looked like he was bobbling it before he went down.
Tate was able to bring in the catch and tip toe as he was going down.