Brandon Marshall is the poster child for receiver consistency. Since 2007 Marshall has had five 100 reception seasons, 8 out of 9 years of 1,000 yards (The only reason not 9 of 9 was an injury plagued 2014), and four seasons of 10-plus touchdowns.
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If you take out 2014, Marshall's 1500 yard, 109 reception season from last year looks right in place with the previous few years in his career line. The fact that he had one tough injury riddled season seems to have made most people into skeptics regarding Marshall. Last season was no fluke, it was 2014 that was the exception. Draft Marshall with confidence if he falls to you.
Marshall had 109 receptions for 1,502 yards and 14 touchdowns. He does turn 32-years old this year, but he is showing no signs of slowing down. He needs the Jets to resign QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to maintain his WR1 value, Geno Smith starting will sabotage his value in the red zone.
Marshall was outstanding in many ways last season, but his great consistency was especially helpful for those in yearly, head-to-head leagues. The only reason he is out of my Top-10 right now is with full, injury-free seasons, I like players like the upsides of Keenan Allen, Dez Bryant and Sammy Watkins more, but Marshall's consistency makes him a nice grab where his early ADP is around WR15.
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