Louis Murphy Wows

August 12th, 2014

LouisMurphyNothing quite like a sweet Bucs Vine in the evening.

Don’t know what a Vine is? Well, Joe can help.

Watch this catch from today’s practice. Louis Murphy makes a case that he’s not the worst end zone receiver in recent memory.

16 Responses to “Louis Murphy Wows”

  1. VancouverBucsFan Says:

    Horrible attempt at press coverage. Gotta get a lick in there disrupt the timing

  2. william Says:

    Streeter in cut Murphy!

  3. Tom Edrington Says:

    Couldn’t get a close enough look but his left foot may have been on the line as he made the catch.

  4. Espo Says:

    Tampa 2 doesn’t work so well when the safety has no clue. I can’t see very well, but did the qb pump left? Safety definitely took off that way. This isn’t on the corner, it’s the safety.

  5. buc4lyfe Says:

    Who was that he beat? That was undrafted rookie type coverage

  6. VancouverBucsFan Says:

    That’s a weak spot in cover 2 almost impossible to cover that area…

  7. Kevin Says:

    I really think press man coverage is the way to go if you have to choose one or another. Regardless the receiver should get jammed at the line to throw off the routes. We haven’t done that in years. Now that they are enforcing the no contact after five yards yards it will be even that much more important to jam him and throw him off the route. Brees, Brady all the good one’s pick apart zone coverage. I’d like to see these guys being physical in the limited time they have to do so every play.

  8. IdahoBucsfan Says:

    Who threw him the ball? I’m gonna guess that if it was Josh you would have pointed it out.

  9. louden Says:

    Like the commentors before – i am not seeing anything particular “wowing”

    Does Joe follow an agenda like Scott Smith from buccaneers.com (to try) to make certain players look better than they are?

  10. Jim Says:

    @tom: that was deff a catch

  11. louden Says:

    like said before me:
    looks more like bad D-play than anything (or just perfect playcall for that D)

    Neverless, if that ball is thrown by any other than Kafka its concerning: its not in stride at all.

    Looks like a typical rainbow throw (ball makes looooong curve and gives defenders therefore time to react to it; eventually covering ground when being out of position; giving better chance at IT)

    Looks like typical Napoleon Dynamite throw.

  12. Firethecannons Says:

    @louden – or the QB placed the ball there on purpose to protect the WR from being crushed by the incoming safety. Nice play IMO.

  13. Buccanr1 Says:

    In the contrary,
    I found that Joe is biased towards SEC players, specifically Gators. Whether that consciously or not, I don’t think so.

  14. Buccanr1 Says:

    Joe seems to run down the SEC

  15. William Says:

    Streeter in & Murphy in!

  16. louden Says:

    Haven´t notice; nice to see some people think themselves here

    Maybe… i highly doubt it, but could be. anyway crazy rainbow while no rain just sun