Brandon Marshall is doing his best, it seems, but that's not necessarily translating to huge fantasy numbers. The Miami dolphins wide receiver's performance on Sunday was a perfect example: He caught a touchdown, but it was just one of four catches for just 27 yards.
He had headed into Week 14 quietly putting together a solid season. Occasionally getting lost in the shuffle when discussion turns to Miami's pitiful first half or the resurgence of Reggie Bush, Marshall was on pace to finish with well over 1,000 receiving yards.
Through Week 13, Marshall had racked up 910 yards on 63 catches, with three touchdowns and four different games where he picked up 100 receiving yards or more. He's averaging 14.4 yards per catch and 75.8 yards per game.