Brandon Marshall
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By Rob Schwarz, Jr., Bears Correspondent, Mon, Oct 20th 1:30pm EDT

Brandon Marshall finds the 2014-2015 Bears to be "unacceptable." Reports indicate that Marshall went off on a tirade in the locker room after the loss to Miami on Sunday. He called out many players including Jay Cutler and Robbie Gould. (Source: Chicago Tribune)

Fantasy Impact: Brandon Marshall has a history with drama off the field. I do not believe anyone has to worry about this locker room incident. Marshall was trying to fire up a Bears team who has under achieved this season. The team continues to play inconsistent football and finds themselves two games out of first in the division. The team will likely do two things after Brandon's tirade. They will wake up and play better football, or they will start to implode. I would not bet on them playing well over the next two weeks in New England and then in Green Bay. That being said, Marshall has to be in your lineup when healthy. He tends to come up big during these types of situations. Look for Marshall to bounce back a little over the next two weeks, but do not count on the Bears to play well as a team.

By Rob Schwarz, Jr., Bears Correspondent, Mon, Oct 20th 1:17pm EDT

Other than Matt Forte, the entire Chicago Bears offense under performed on Sunday against the Dolphins. Brandon Marshall was visibly frustrated on the field. Marshall recorded six receptions for 48 yards. He had ten targets on the day.

Fantasy Impact: Brandon Marshall was not having a good day. In fact, no one other than Matt Forte played well for the Bears against the Dolphins. Cutler struggled early and some poor play calling did not help the Bears against a small, but good secondary. Marshall recorded six catches for 48 yards and was the most productive of the WR corps. He did not have many targets in the first half and you could visibly tell he was frustrated with the performance of the offense. He ended up with a decent stat line in PPR leagues, but his performance is not what you expect from your WR1. Look for Marshall and the Bears to struggle again against a tough NE defense. However, Marshall has to be in your starting lineup each week when healthy.

By Rob Schwarz, Jr., Bears Correspondent, Thu, Oct 16th 10:49am EDT

In light of the upcoming Bears game against the Dolphins, Brandon Marshall was recently asked about his time in Miami. His response, "We were a quarterback away from having a team." His response was referring to his old starting QB, Chad Henne. Marshall had his two least productive seasons while in Miami. Coupled with his off the field issues, Miami traded him to Chicago for two third-round draft picks. It is obvious who has received the better end of that deal. (Source: Miami Herald)

Fantasy Impact: In less than three years, Brandon Marshall has had over 3,000 yards and 28 touchdowns for the Bears. He has proven to be one of the best WR in the game today. Look for Marshall to have a big day against his former team. The Dolphins secondary is having a productive season and is currently 8th in passing yards allowed. However, Marshall always comes up big in these types of games and I see him wanting to make a statement to the Dolphins organization. A statement that says, you made a mistake, I am happy here, and now you will have to pay for that mistake. Brandon Marshall should be in your fantasy lineup every week if you own him.

By Rob Schwarz, Jr., Bears Correspondent, Mon, Oct 13th 11:16am EDT

Brandon Marshall and the Bears had their way with a weak Atlanta Falcon's secondary. Cutler threw for over 350 yards and both Marshall and Jeffery eclipsed 100 yards. Brandon Marshall started out strong making 5 receptions on 8 targets for 100 yards in the first half. In the second half, Marshall caught his only target for an additional 13 yards.

Fantasy Impact: Marshall started out hot reaching 100 yards in the first half. However, as the Bears lead continued to grow, the passing game was used less often. In the second half Marshall had only one target. Brandon Marshall finished the game with 6 receptions for 113 yards. He was targeted by Cutler 9 times throughout the game. Marshall finally looked healthy. He was faster than he has been the last three games and he was making plays. He finally eclipsed the 100-yard mark. Look for Marshall to build on this game going forward and continue to play him as WR1.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Mon, Oct 6th 9:14am EDT

Brandon Marshall had an underwhelming day in Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers. He was targeted only 5 times with 3 catches for 44 yards. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: After practicing all week, it seemed like Marshall was able to shake off that nagging ankle injury. Well, it was like Marshall was a "decoy" on Sunday allowing Matt Forte and Alshon Jeffery to do the main receiving job. Marshall has gone from elite option to low-end WR1.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Thu, Oct 2nd 3:31pm EDT

Jeff Dickerson, via Twitter, said Cutler told the press that Marshall was a full participant in practice and he "looked good." (Source: Jeff Dickerson via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Definitely a good sign Marshall is practicing. If the Bears planned on resting him this Sunday, you would have to think he would not be practicing so much during the week. Marshall is a must-start if he plays.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Wed, Oct 1st 2:56pm EDT

Brandon Marshall was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, according to Rich Campbell on Twitter. (Source: Rich Campbell via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Marshall practicing is a good sign. Hopefully this trend continues and he is doesn't have any setbacks for Sunday's game at Carolina. He remains a must start in fantasy leagues.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 10:00pm EDT

Brandon Marshall hauled in another touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Green Bay Packers. However, Marshall was limited to 2 catches for 19 yards. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Marshall's yardage the past two weeks is not what an owner wants to see, but luckily he keeps catching touchdowns. His ankle injury may be limiting him more than he and the Bears are letting on. For now, Marshall remains a low-end WR1.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 9:15am EDT

According to Draft Sharks, Ian Rapoport stated Brandon Marshall is expected to play today against division rival Green Bay Packers. (Source: NFL Networks Ian Rapoport)

Fantasy Impact: This is good news after Marshall missed practice all week. If active, put him in your lineup.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Sat, Sep 27th 8:52am EDT

Brandon Marshall is officially questionable (ankle) for Sunday's showdown against the Green Bay Packers. Marshall did not practice all week. (Source: ESPN Chicago)

Fantasy Impact: There is a bit of concern here as Marshall has been injured for a few weeks now as he keeps aggravating the same ankle. If he plays, he may be limited but it is hard to tell how injured he really is. In any case, if he plays, you are not benching him as he is still an elite option.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Tue, Sep 23rd 9:22am EDT

After coming off a three-touchdown performance, the New York Jets made it a point to shut down Brandon Marshall. They limited him to 1 catch for 6 yards on 6 targets. Marshall also reinjured his ankle during the second quarter, but did come back out after halftime to play. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Marshall remains a top wide receiver for fantasy purposes. The problem with having so many offensive weapons like the Chicago Bears do, the production might go up and down week-to-week. Marshall remains a must-start in Week 4 against a weak Green Bay defense.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 3:48pm EDT

ESPN Chicago's Jeff Dickerson stated on NFL Insiders that Marshall is "going to play" tonight against the New York Jets. (Source: Rotoworld)

Fantasy Impact: Marshall is listed as questionable, but will be in the lineup, per Dickerson. Marshall is coming off a three-touchdown performance, so he remains an elite WR1 option.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Fri, Sep 19th 3:28pm EDT

Brandon Marshall missed practice for a second straight day today, according to Chicago beat-reporter Brad Biggs in Twitter. (Source: ESPN Chicago)

Fantasy Impact: Marshall missed practice all last week and ended up playing and scorching the San Francisco 49ers. All signs point to Marshall playing on Monday night at the New York Jets.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Mon, Sep 15th 9:03am EDT

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall played Sunday night in the stunning 28-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers despite being injured all week and not practicing. Marshall ended up with 5 catches for 48 yards and 3 touchdowns. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Brandon Marshall proved why he is still one of the best receivers in the game. Reports all last week were he was questionable to play due to an ankle injury. Well, he showed no signs of injury. He remains a top 5 WR in the league and should be played in all formats.

By Clinton Ho, Bears Correspondent, Sun, Sep 14th 1:42pm EDT

If you have Brandon Marshall or Alshon Jeffery, it doesn't look like they will play. Considering the 5:30 start time, look elsewhere for a safer option. (Source: Eric Karabell on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: With the late game, it's tough to roll the dice with Brandon Marshall. Santonio Holmes should be on your radar if you're a Marshall/Jeffery owner. If you have a free roster spot, picking up Holmes would be a solid safety net if both Marshall and Alshon Jeffery sit.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Fri, Sep 12th 2:45pm EDT

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall did not practice for a third straight day; he only jogged lightly on his sprained right ankle during team's morning walk-through. (Source: Chicago Tribune)

Fantasy Impact: This news is not positive. Marshall is listed as questionable. I would guess he does play Sunday night, but he will not be 100%, if even 90%. Jay Cutler will target him heavily, so Marshall warrants San Francisco's best defenders. If this game gets out of hand quickly, which it very well might, I could see the Bears playing it safe with their Pro Bowl receiver and pulling him. Stay tuned for any updates.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Thu, Sep 11th 5:08pm EDT

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall did not practice again on Thursday. He said in his press conference that he plans to test his ankle on Friday. He also said he plans on being out there Sunday night, but he does not have ultimate say. (Source: ESPN Chicago)

Fantasy Impact: Another missed practice for Brandon Marshall causes some concern that his ankle injury is worse than imagined. It is good that he plans on playing on Sunday. If he does play, he will be targeted heavily, thus should be started. Even fellow receiver Alshon Jeffery hasn't practice yet this week, so if they both don't play, definitely look elsewhere for options.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Wed, Sep 10th 3:13pm EDT

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall did not practice on Wednesday. He did injure his ankle this past Sunday, but was able to finish the game. (Source: Chicago Football)

Fantasy Impact: Marshall has stated he will be ready to play Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers, as such I expect him to play. It would be a shock if he does not play.

By Anthony Fashoda, Bears Correspondent, Sun, Sep 7th 6:30pm EDT

Brandon Marshall had a productive day in the Chicago Bears' season opening game against the Buffalo Bills. Marshall finished with 12 targets, 8 receptions, 71 yards, and 1 touchdown despite the Bears losing to the Bills 23-20 in overtime. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Brandon Marshall produced well and remains an elite wide receiver. Marshall did limp off the field on two different occasions. He had his ankle taped up two different times but did quickly come back and finish the game. Injury doesn't seem serious. Teammate Alshon Jeffery left game with a hamstring injury and will be re-examined Monday. If Jeffery is to miss time, Marshall should see more targets but also more double coverage.

By Austin Van Ryn, Bears Correspondent, Sun, Aug 24th 6:19pm EDT

On the Bears' first play from scrimmage, Jay Cutler looked at Brandon Marshall for a 5 yard pass. That trend continued throughout at the night, as Marshall looked at 7 footballs thrown his way. Marshall ended the night with 4 catches for 45 yards.

Fantasy Impact: With 7 targets in the first half, Marshall continues to look like a top 10 wide out in PPR formats. Alshon Jeffrey ended the night with 8 targets, but Marshall owners should note that Cutler looked his way first. Needless to say, there will be plenty of targets to go around this season for the top two passing options in Chicago.

By Dale Redman, Bears Correspondent, Fri, Aug 15th 3:40am EDT

Brandon Marshall has joined the cast of 'Inside the NFL' as a commentator. The show tapes on Tuesdays, which is typically on off day for most teams, so it won't affect his weekly preparation. (Source: ProFootballTalk)

Fantasy Impact: This new adventure for Marshall shouldn't have any affect on his play. You can count on the Bears to pull the plug if it becomes a distraction. Marshall is currently being drafted as the 5th overall WR taken. Expect the new TV personality to still reel in around 100 passes and score 10+ touchdowns and easily retain his lofty draft value.

By Rob Schwarz, Jr., Bears Correspondent, Tue, Aug 12th 12:46pm EDT

Brandon Marshall and Jay Cutler look to be at it again this year. In the first preseason game against the Eagles, Cutler went 9/13 with 5 of those receptions going to Marshall (6 targets total).

Fantasy Impact: There is no doubt that Brandon Marshall should be a WR1 in any fantasy league this year. He is a top three WR talent in an offense that likes to throw the ball and has a QB who likes to throw it his way. Alshon Jeffrey had two targets in the first game; both catches but one came back due to a penalty. Look for Marshall to be the better fantasy option with Alshon as a low end WR1.

NFL.com | Oct 20th
The Chicago Bears looked shoddy on Sunday, losing to the Miami Dolphins at home. So wide receiver Brandon Marshall made sure to let his teammates know about it.
ProFootballTalk | Oct 20th
After Sunday’s third home loss in three home games, the Bears came a little unglued.  The situation was particularly stressful for receiver Brandon Marshall, who saw the Bears soundly beaten by the Dolphins, the team that traded Marshall to Chicago in 2012. After the game, Marshall told reporters — multiple times — that the team’s…
Rotoworld | Oct 19th
A source tells ESPN that Brandon Marshall called out Jay Cutler following Sunday's loss to the Dolphins.
ESPN | Oct 10th
Christopher Harris analyzes Brandon Marshall for Week 6.
RotoBaller | Oct 9th
RotoBaller brings you our Week 6 fantasy football wide receiver rankings by authors Zach Wilkens (@LopsidedTrades) and Ryan Rufe (@RyanRufe), along with wide receiver rankings analysis by Zach Wilkens. For even more Week 6 rankings and analysis, be sure to check out our positional rankings for all other positions.   Week 6 Wide Receiver Rankings Analysi...
Breaking Football | Sep 28th
Week 4 is when roster decisions get complicated. In addition to the myriad of injuries that occur every season, week 4 is when bye weeks start, creating even more spots to fill in your weekly roster. We’re here to help ensure you have the best chance of winning your matchup every week by getting you the most up to date information on the injury front. Here’s the latest heading into tod...
Yahoo! Sports | Sep 27th
With six vacationing NFL clubs, Week 4 is a tricky one to navigate. But all things considered, it's not that bad an injury report. We'll start with the wide receivers and tight ends. • Calvin Johnson (ankle) had a limited workout Friday after missing the two previous days. The Lions have an early start at the Jets, so you'll want to double-check before locking in the lineup. Johnson usua...
ESPN | Sep 26th
Christopher Harris analyzes Brandon Marshall's value for Week 4.
ESPN | Sep 19th
Christopher Harris analyzes Brandon Marshall's value for Week 3.