Marshall remains mired in a mini-slump, as he’s totaled just 161 yards and a touchdown over his past three games. He’ll look for a rebound performance against a New York Giants defense that hasn’t stopped many opponents this season.
Marshall has been a good teammate, but is starting to voice his concerns over a lack of targets. This paired with the emergence of Alshon Jeffery have things lined up for a big bounce back performance Thursday evening. There’s a good chance quarterback Jay Cutler will look Marshall’s way early and often.
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