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.
Regardless of his performance past year, Tate still represents a significant receiving threat that both the Patriots and the Steelers could find a way to utilize, particularly with their Hall of Fame quarterbacks. And if you combine his work with the Lions and Eagles this past year, those team's quarterbacks took aim at the nine-year wide receiver a combined 113 times. It is a bit of a surprise he'd choose the Giants given their current situation and him being 30 years old.
AVENGERS: ENDGAME Trailer Has Arrived, is as Dramatic as Expected
Is it possible there's more to this reused footage than meets the eye? We're pretty much just guessing about everything else. All signs point to Hawkeye's family perishing in the Decimation, making Nat about the closest thing he has left to family.
Following reports that Big Blue will add Tate to the roster, the details of his four-year deal were reported as well. He played in two seasons (2016-17) for the Giants, producing 73 tackles and one interception.
The Giants' top receiver in the Beckham void is Sterling Shepard, whose best production comes from the slot.