Brandon Marshall gets 98 yards for fantasy owners

John Gress

Brandon Marshall grabbed nine passes for 98 yards in Week 8. We break down the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall had another solid fantasy day. Against the Carolina Panthers in Week 8, Marshall hauled in nine catches for 98 yards. He led the team with 14 targets as Jay Cutler used him heavily in the final game-winning drive.

The Bears went on to win 23-22 on a last-second field goal.

Fantasy Impact: Through seven games, Marshall now has 50 catches for 675 yards and four TDs. He's on pace for 114 receptions and 1,542 yards. He's Cutler's favorite and only reliable target.

In case you didn't get the hint, Marshall is one of the most dominant fantasy owners in the league, and should keep rolling against the Titans in Week 9. Lock him in as a WR1.

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