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Week 2 vs. SEA
Receiving: 1 / 8 / 0 on 2 targets
The rookie Morgan caught the first pass thrown his way, but he failed to reach out for a catchable ball in the end zone in the second quarter and was not heard from again.
Week 4 vs. NO
Receiving: 1 / 10 / 0 on 2 targets
Morgan only saw action during the first half and had no targets in the second half.
Week 5 vs. NE
Receiving: 2 / 13 / 0 on 3 targets
WR Josh Morgan was not much of a factor in the loss.
Week 6 vs. PHI
Receiving: 1 / 25 / 0 on 4 targets
WR Josh Morgan only hauled in one catch in the loss but it was an athletic, leaping catch over the middle for 25 yards during the 49ers failed comeback attempt. He had a drop in the first quarter that would have resulted in a first down and the team was forced to settle for a field goal.
Week 7 vs. NYG
Receiving: 5 / 86 / 1 on 9 targets
Morgan finally lived up to the pre-season hype, leading the 49ers in targets and scoring their lone offensive touchdown. He would have gone over 100 yards, too (not to mention given his team a chance to win) had he held on to an absolutely perfectly thrown deep sideline pass that fell right into --- and out of --- his arms. Ah, growing pains.
Week 8 vs. SEA
Receiving: 0 / 0 / 0 on 2 targets
WR Josh Morgan was held without a catch although he did play. He was overthrown by QB Shaun Hill in the end zone in the second half.
Week 10 vs. ARI
Receiving: 4 / 54 / 1 on 8 targets
Morgan had a good game, bringing in four catches for 54 yards. One of those catches was a very good catch down the sideline for a touchdown where the Cardinals defender was called for pass interference but Morgan brought it in anyways.
Week 15 vs. MIA
Receiving: 0 / 0 / 0 on 1 targets
Morgan was not able to catch his lone target.
Week 16 vs. STL
Receiving: 2 / 55 / 1 on 2 targets
Morgan caught both balls thrown his way, the second for a 48 yard touchdown that proved to be the game winner.
Week 17 vs. WAS
Receiving: 3 / 50 / 0 on 5 targets
No receiver was more impressive for the 49ers on the day than Morgan as he was regularly able to find the soft spots in the Washington defense and get open. This was the case whether Morgan ran short, intermediate or long routes. The only thing holding Morgan back from a huge day seemed to be the intermittent struggles of QB Shaun Hill. When Hill was on target, Morgan produced. When Hill wasn't, Morgan didn't.