Brandon Marshall delivers another solid fantasy performance on Monday Night Football

Jonathan Daniel

Jay Cutler played hurt for most of the game, but Brandon Marshall still did some damage for fantasy owners against a porous Lions secondary.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall turned in another solid outing, catching six passes for 81 yards and a touchdown against the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football.

Marshall caught the touchdown on his team's opening drive, but an injury to Jay Cutler slowed down his production in the second half.

Fantasy Impact: Brandon Marshall continues to be one of the best receivers in fantasy football. He now has 41 catches for 577 yards and four touchdowns so far on the season.

Jay Cutler's injury is definitely one to keep an eye on. He struggled in the second half of the game after taking a vicious hit from Ndamukong Suh. If he misses time or plays hurt, Marshall's fantasy value will suffer.

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