It’s no secret the Raiders have a struggling quarterback. More than anything, what is needed are guys who can make plays downfield to help ease the burden. With Chaz Schilens injured, most of the playing time has been going to rookies Darrius Heyward-Bey and Louis Murphy. DHB is a ways away from being a consistent playmaker. Louis Murphy has made the most of his opportunities or at least has been positioning himself as best as possible. Zach Miller has been unable to spring free much of the time from the tight end position. We only see brief glimpses of Todd Watkins. Johnnie Lee Higgins is also used sparingly as a receiver. There is, however, a guy on the roster who has the experience to make big plays happen and he is not bei ...
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