This can be true but it is also a huge risk with an inexperienced QB like Murray. Yes, play action opens up big passing plays but it also requires your QB to diagnose the field very quickly after his back has been turned to it. That along with teams desire to key in on Murray could result in more failure than success.Consider on that 4th down to Daniels, Kyler had a dude in his face because teams are so keyed into him. It is the same with bootlegs. In theory they are great, but when teams fear your QB rolling out of the pocket more than the RB, the DEs or OLBs do not crash inside to stop the RB. They have been told all week to hand with the mobile QB instead and attack his outside shoulder.