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Moore was one of, if not, the most explosive player in the NFL this year. His return ability, speed and ability make him one of the most dangerous receivers week-to-week.
The problem, however, is injuries. Moore played in the majority of the games, but when he was out he did nothing. When he was hurt, he did little. A healthy Moore would've brought yet another added dimension to his offense.
Ford came into this year one of the Raiders focuses on offense but a vast majority of injuries only allowed him to start three games and play in eight.
Without Ford, they lose a returner, speed and a big play presence. He lined up in many spots this year and plays a huge role.
Murphy has been as consistent of a WR the Raiders have had these past two years...when he is healthy.
Murphy started a dismal one game this year, and though he played in 11, he was largely ineffective for most of them.
These three guys alone bring a sprint-style vibe to the offense and any one of them can run by any corner. Raiders are in desperate need of these guys being healthy if their offense wants to flourish.