Brandon Marshall surpasses 100 yards against tough Seahawks secondary

Jonathan Daniel

Brandon Marshall once again shows why he is one of the most dominant wide receivers in fantasy football.

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is continuing his outstanding season against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 13.

Marshall has caught nine passes for 109 yards thus far against Seattle's highly regarded secondary. With Jay Cutler healthy again, Marshall has gotten back to his dominant ways in recent weeks.

Fantasy Impact: Brandon Marshall now has over 1,100 receiving yards this season and eight touchdowns. He and Jay Cutler have clearly rekindled the same chemistry they shared back in Denver. Marshall has been heavily targeted by Cutler game in and game out.

Marshall has produced regardless of the matchup this season, but he gets two friendly ones in the next two weeks, as the Bears take on the Vikings and the Packers. He's not slowing down anytime soon.

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