Marshall (ankle) caught eight of his team-high 15 targets for 126 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bills. At 31 years old, Marshall just completed the best season of his career in his first year with the Jets. His 1,504 receiving yards was just 4 yards short of his career-high, and his 14 touchdowns were two more than he had in any other season. He's under contract with the Jets for two more years, and he'll likely be a top-six fantasy option at wide receiver next year.
Marshall (ankle) caught eight of a team-high 10 pass targets for 115 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Patriots. Despite the Patriots trying to take Marshall away, the defense had no answer for his physicality as he scored the only two touchdowns that the Jets converted in regulation. He now has posted at least 115 receiving yards in four of his last five games. In addition, he's scored at least once in seven of his last eight contests.
Marshall (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Marshall and Eric Decker have been one of the best wide receiver tandems in the league this season, and they will be looking to help the Jets' playoff chances in this home game against the rival Patriots.
Marshall (ankle) caught four of seven pass targets for 74 yards Saturday against the Cowboys. He left the game for a while to be treated for cramps, but later returned to action. When Ryan Fitzpatrick threw his lone touchdown pass, he targeted Eric Decker on consecutive plays while ignoring his superstar, making this the first time Marshall's failed to find the end zone in seven games. In addition, he broke a three-game streak with at least 125 receiving yards.
Marshall briefly left Saturday night's game with cramps in his left arm, NJ.com reports. Marshall went the locker room where he was administered an IV and then returned to the game.
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