Thanks to Antonio Gates, the competition for #1 fantasy tight end is not up for discussion. (8/9)
Viewers asked PFW this week if now is finally the time to drop Antonio Gates. Is it too soon? We weigh in on that and the rest of your fantasy questions in our Google+ Fantasy Hangout.
Less than a week after suffering a heartbreaking one-point loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the San Diego Chargers rebounded with a huge home victory over the defending champion, the Seattle Seahawks, 30-21. The Bolts were impressive through the air, as Philip Rivers was an efficient 28-for-37 from the field, racking up 284 yards and throwing three touchdown passes (all to Antonio Gates). After the game, Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen who hauled in five catches for 55 yards decided to get in
ESPN Video: Christopher Harris analyzes Antonio Gates' value after a huge Week 2.
Robert Griffin III suffering a serious injury, J.J. Watt catching a touchdown pass, and Antonio Gates' big day were just three surprising storylines from Sunday's action.
Chargers reporter Eric Williams' game ball goes to Philip Rivers, who was 28-of-37 for 284 yards, including three touchdowns to Antonio Gates. Seattle running back Robert Turbin gets the honor from Terry Blount after replacing Marshawn Lynch.
Cast and Creators of FX's "The League" discuss the infamous "hot tub" scene with San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates.
Three regular Joes compete individually against four all time great professional athletes in sports competitions.
Ross Jones talks to Antonio Gates about fighting injuries
FOX Sports' Ross Jones talks to Antonio Gates about fighting through injuries and continuing to improve.
On this season of Pros vs. Joes, there will be one sport played in each episode (football - 4 episodes, and basketball - 4 episodes) featuring three skill competitions and a three-on-three final game, pitting the Pros against the Joes.
A hour long sports competition show that pits regular guys against world class professional athletes.
Pros vs. Joes returns to Spike TV with new hosts Michael Strahan and Jay Glazer. Each episode features average joes competing against retired greats from the football and basketball world with the chance of winning $10,000!
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