Brandon Marshall explodes for huge fantasy numbers in Week 9

Frederick Breedon

Brandon Marshall went off against the Titans. We break down the fantasy implications.

Brandon Marshall had yet another impressive performance in Week 9 against the Titans. He hauled in nine catches for 122 yards and three touchdowns, easily outperforming every receiver on the Bears roster.

Marshall is easily on pace to break 100 receptions in his first season with Chicago.

Fantasy Impact: Jay Cutler has now found Marshall for a touchdown in five of their eight games together. Aside from the dismal outing early in the year against the Packers, Marshall is easily making a case as one of the league's top fantasy receivers.

The Bears take on a tough Texans defense next week, but at this rate it's hard to expect any kind of disappointing outing from Marshall.

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