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Louis Murphy may be a questionable one to some of you, but this guy can flat out play.
Since returning from injury, Murphy has been getting more and more playing time throughout the course of the game. The thing is, he is rarely targeted throughout the course of a contest.
Murphy showed as a rookie he can step up when the game is on the line and he's even showed it this year in just a few games.
Murphy has the speed and athleticism to beat any defender. If they would do more than just run Murphy deep (on which seems to be every pass play), he could turn out a key factor in the offense.
He is averaging nearly 17 yards per reception on only 10 catches.
With Ford, Moore and Heyward-Bey primarily outside receivers, stick Murphy in the slot and let him run by some line backers and safeties.