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Had a good game today. Would've had a 100 yard game had Cam not missed him.

even if we get a healthy LaFell, should we continue to see what we have in him?

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I'd never seen someone so pumped up over having fumbled lol

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Of course. I can't believe people hate him when our offense can look straight-up incompetent at times.

Same goes for Tolbert. We need to find an OC that can actually use our weapons/tools.

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I'd still like to see what Gettis can do in this offense. But props to Murphy today, he played well.

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He's earned enough spotlight to warrant consideration from other teams now, fwiw. That means there will at least be demand for him next season. We're still loaded with projects at the position. That has to play out first I think.

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He's fitting in more now. He's an ideal 3rd or 4th receiver who can step up and fill in for injuries. Hard to tell if he'll be around next year. I'd put his odds a lot higher than Gettis'.

I want to see more Joe Adams. We need more game breaking speed. Finishing big plays with TDs is crucial.

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Murphy has always been a good WR, he was Oakland's best wideout when he was there. He like other good players on this team are a victim of this coaching staff.

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Stonehands 90 percent of the time and the rest of the time Cam overthrows him.

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he filled in nicely for lafell.

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