Why DeMarco Murray Will Be an RB1 in 2016

In one of the biggest moves of the free agency season, the Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to deal disgruntled running back DeMarco Murray to the Tennessee Titans. It is an incredible move, and one that has me feeling very optimistic about Murray’s 2016 outlook. In the interest of not just making bold proclamations with no backing I decided to extrapolate upon my thoughts. Make no mistake about it, Murray will be back with a vengeance in 2016.

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By Anthony Amico | @amicsta | Archive

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  1. Worth noting that even if they keep McCluster he's only averaged about 40 targets and 30 receptions per season in Tennessee without having any competition resembling Murray.

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