With Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, the Chicago Bears currently boast the best wide receiver…
Marshall: "This is my type of game"
Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall began this season the way he finished off the 2012 campaign, a year in which he broke franchise single-season records in catches (118) and receiving yards (1,508). In the first two games this year, Marshall combined for 15 catches, 217 yards and two touchdowns. Yet since then, he's seen a steady diet of double- and triple-teams from opposing secondaries. As a result, his production has dropped off considerably. The past three weeks combined he has just 16 catches for 161 yards and 1 TD. For some players, that might constitute a solid three-game stretch but for Marshall, one of the most dominant receivers in the league the past seven years, that isn't good enough. And not surprisingly, amidst Marshall's limited production the past three games, the Bears have gone 1-2 and fell to second place in the NFC North. "As a receiver, you always want the ball because you think you can help the offense or the team move the ball down the field...
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