Lions' Golden Tate says his finger 'feels great'
Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate says his left ring finger "feels great," following an injury that forced him to wear a splint after the game.
Tate added that the finger was still a little sore, but it didn't stop him from catching 10-of-12 targets for 107 yards in the Lions' win. The team isn't back in action in Week 2 until Monday night against the New York Giants, so we should know more about Tate's Week 2 status by Thursday or Friday.
After posting 15.7 FanDuel points in Week 1, our models project Tate for 65.6 yards on 5.9 catches and 0.31 touchdowns. That's good for 11.3 FanDuel points at a cost of $7,400.
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