By Steven Miller, Chargers Correspondent, Sun, Sep 14th 9:47pm EDT
The Seattle Seahawk defense could not stop TE Antonio Gates Sunday afternoon. Gates caught all 7 of his targets for 96 yards and 3 TDs.
Fantasy Impact: Philip Rivers continues to utilize his big TE as his favorite target early in the season. Those who stayed with Gates even against the so-called tough defense were rewarded nicely. Next week will be interesting as San Diego crosses the country to face the surprising 2-0 Buffalo Bills in an early Sunday game. Gates could have another solid fantasy performance.
By Steven Miller, Chargers Correspondent, Tue, Sep 9th 11:41pm EDT
TE Antonio Gates, despite a bum hamstring, lead all Chargers receivers with 6 catches on 10 targets Monday night against the Arizona Cardinals. His 81 yards was also a team high.
Fantasy Impact: Gates was clearly QB Philip Rivers' security blanket Monday night. Expect more of the same except for next week could be a challenge with the visiting defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks coming into town Sunday afternoon.
By Steven Miller, Chargers Correspondent, Thu, Sep 4th 8:19pm EDT
Fantasy Pros projects Antonio Gates to score 7 fantasy points with 4 receptions and nearly 50 yards. (Source: Fantasy Pros)
Fantasy Impact: Gates' output could increase quickly if QB Philip Rivers targets him in the redzone against Arizona Monday night. Gates is listed first on the depth chart for TE, but might have to split some time with rising star Ladarius Green.
By Steven Miller, Chargers Correspondent, Mon, Aug 25th 1:38am EDT
TE Antonio Gates caught 3 balls for 28 and the lone score for San Diego in a 21-7 loss Sunday afternoon.
Fantasy Impact: Gates has not been replaced by Ladarius Green yet and looks to be a 'go to' target for Philip Rivers this season. Although Green is currently ranked ahead of Gates in TE rankings, it appears, initially, that when one TE will be on the field, it will be Gates.
By Eric Zakrevsky, Chargers Correspondent, Thu, Jul 24th 1:04pm EDT
Antonio Gates was missing from all of the Chargers off season workouts due to a family issue. So it is great to see him at camp and ready to go today. (Source: ESPN
Fantasy Impact: All the hype has been on TE Ladarius Green so far and with good reason. But the aging veteran showed us last year that he's still got gas left in the tank after catching 77 passes last year for 872 Yards.
Sure he might lose some snaps to Green this Season, but he's a good value pick if he stays healthy at TE with an ADP of 151.
ESPN | Sep 16th
Christopher Harris analyzes Antonio Gates' value after a huge Week 2.
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 15th
If you started Philip Rivers in fantasy this week, it was almost certainly an act of pure desperation. Or gross negligence — perhaps you forgot to make lineup changes. Rivers and the Chargers were facing the league's unrivaled top defense. As a general rule, fantasy owners avoid the Seattle D like a radioactive spill. Entering Sunday's action, the Seahawks had not allowed a 200-yard passer i...
Rotoworld | Sep 14th
Antonio Gates caught 7-of-7 targets for 96 yards and three touchdowns in San Diego's Week 2 win over the Seahawks.
RotoGrinders | Sep 4th
Al Smizzle comes to you with this weeks two-minute drill where he gives you advice on bankroll management, which games to enter and a few value plays including old man value himself, Antonio Gates
RotoBaller | Aug 29th
BALLER MOVE: Target ~ 120 (Current ADP: 141, TE: 13) ANALYSIS: We all know what Antonio “Old Man” Gates can do in the Charger’s offense, but Ladarius Green is stealing all of the thunder in preseason fantasy talk. There’s a good reason behind Green getting the majority of the attention as far as fantasy goes. When drafting in the […]
Breaking Football | Aug 7th
The title says it all. Antonio Gates isn’t dead. So, why then, do we keep acting like the San Diego Chargers are planning on pushing his corpse out onto the field in 2014, just to let the younger, more athletic, better looking, cooler, faster, nicer, more popular and apparently in every possible way better Ladarius Green march out there and make the old, dead man look like a washed up tool? ...