Terrace Marshall Jr.
WR - CAR
Week 13 Outlook
Panthers WR Terrace Marshall Jr. failed to catch his only target in Week 11.
Marshall blanked for the second straight game. It would take a miracle to turn his rookie year around. It is not on Marshall, however. The opportunity has not been there for him. Things can change, but he is running out of time in year one.
Panthers WR Terrace Marshall Jr. failed to catch any one of his two targets in Sunday's Week 10 win over the Cardinals.
Marshall has not been able to get going this season. Barring injury to one of the starting wideouts, Marshall's rookie season may be a wash.
Panthers WR Terrace Marshall was held without a catch on his only target in Sunday's Week 9 loss to the Patriots.
Marshall only saw one target in his first game back. He has been a non-factor all season. Playing with Sam Darnold doesn't help. Perhaps Marshall will start getting some run over Robby Anderson.
Terrace Marshall Jr. was present at Panthers practice on Wednesday.
Marshall has missed the last two games for Carolina as he remained in concussion protocol, so his return to practice on Wednesday puts him on track to return this weekend against the Patriots barring a setback. Marshall remains a player to hold in dynasty leagues, but he does not hold too much value in redraft leagues.
Carolina Panthers wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. (concussion) will not play in Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons.
Marshall will miss his second consecutive game after suffering a concussion in Week 6. His next chance to return will be Week 9 against the Patriots. The Panthers will turn to DJ Moore, Robby Anderson, and Shi Smith as the team's top wide receivers in Week 8. Marshall will need to clear concussion protocols before he can suit up and remains day-to-day. The 21-year-old has caught 14 passes for 116 yards over six games in 2021. Marshall has a ton of upside but is mainly a stash in dynasty league formats for now.