Terrace Marshall Jr.
WR - CAR
Week 13 Outlook
Terrace Marshall Jr. caught just one of his three targets for eight yards in Carolina's 23-10 win over the Broncos.
Marshall couldn't get much going on Sunday, much like the rest of the receivers on the Panthers. They played from ahead for the majority of the game, but it still isn't encouraging that Marshall had only three targets with Sam Darnold under center. He is nothing more than a deep-league flier in fantasy.
Terrace Marshall Jr. is officially active for Carolina's Week 12 game against Denver.
Marshall had been dealing with a shoulder injury that left him questionable for Sunday's matchup. With Sam Darnold at quarterback, he is a low-end WR3/WR4.
Terrace Marshall Jr. (shoulder) practiced in full on Friday. However, he is still listed as questionable heading into Week 12 versus the Broncos.
After being limited in practice, it was refreshing to see Marshall upgrade to a full participant. He has been a key part of the Panthers' offense since the Robbie Anderson trade, catching 13 passes for 290 yards and one touchdown over the last five games. He has already generated deep-league FLEX appeal in recent weeks and could see his value rise if the Panthers' offense improves with Sam Darnold at quarterback.
Terrace Marshall Jr. caught three of his six targets for 76 yards in Sunday's 13-3 loss to the Ravens.
Marshall led the team in targets and receiving yards on Sunday as he continues to try to carve out a role in this offense. The wideout now has at least six targets in three of his last four games in the struggling Carolina offense. He profiles as a WR4/5 that is nothing more than a dart throw option thanks to the current state of the Panthers.
Terrace Marshall Jr. caught one of his two targets for 43 yards in Thursday's 25-15 win over the Falcons.
Marshall accounted for the longest offensive play from scrimmage by the Panthers on Thursday, but that was all he was able to do in the win. Some of that has to do with the team not throwing the ball much due to the game script, just 16 times, so the blame can't be entirely put on him. He will look to bounce back against the Ravens where he will be a high upside but low-floor fantasy option.