Brandon Marshall delivers monster fantasy performance

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Brandon Marshall was once again the Bears' top playmaker as Seattle had no answer for him. We break down the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall had another great day at the office. Against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 13, Marshall hauled in 10 catches for 165 yards. Jay Cutler barely even bothered targeting any other receivers, as Marshall got 14 targets, more than any other player combined (just 12 for the rest of the team).

Ultimately, Marshall's effort went for naught, as the Bears fell 23-17 in overtime.

Fantasy Impact: As if you needed any other confirmation that Cutler and Marshall are BFF's. Marshall was quite literally the only reliable weapon all day, and delivered every time, including a huge 56-yard catch with 20 seconds left to set up a field goal that sent the game to OT.

Marshall remains a rock-solid WR1 play in the fantasy playoffs. The Bears take on the Vikings in Week 14.

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