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Yeah I wouldn't get too excited but he was on today and deserving of the thread.

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Really inconsistent

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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.

The coaching staff didn't make Murphy drop the balls he has this year. Sometimes fans like to make excuses for players for some reason.

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The coaching staff didn't make Murphy drop the balls he has this year. Sometimes fans like to make excuses for players for some reason.

If the coaches hadn't called those plays he wouldn't have been able to drop them. /joking of course

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I'd rather see Gettis.

I agree.

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Gettis, Armanti, Adams, Murphy and whatever WR we draft. Battling for the #3 spot

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The coaching staff didn't make Murphy drop the balls he has this year. Sometimes fans like to make excuses for players for some reason.

Not a exuse when the proof is in the game film. He has stepped up and has been one of Cam's best targets next to Smitty and Greg. I can only recall him dropping a few passes and the rest were either broken up or overthrown. Dude is a good receiver but hey if you rather keep Armanti Edwards and a guy like Gettis who hasn't played in 2 years be my guest.

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I guess Gettis is still in Rivera's dog house. Didn't see him in the game.

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