Brandon Marshall’s Updated 2014 Fantasy Outlook Heading into Week 5

September 30, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The overarching theme of Brandon Marshall's 2014 season has been silence. Silence after games with reporters. Silence with his quarterback. And, more importantly, silence on the field.
Marshall, who is still dealing with the lingering effects of an ankle injury, caught two passes for 19 yards in the Bears' 38-17 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Over the past two weeks, he's combined for 25 yards on three receptions.
So, the silence. The All-Pro wideout has not spoken to media after either down performance. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler told reporters after the game that he didn't have a chance to talk with Marshall because “he was upset.” 
Since injuring his ankle in Week 1, Marshall has clearly not been the same player. His value from an on-field and fantasy perspective has come only via touchdowns. Random three-touchdown games aside, Marshall is very clearly on pace for his worst season as a Bear and could finish with his worst numbers since his roo...

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