|2013 Regular Season|
Marshall is frustrated, and when that's the case he has no problem lashing out on others no matter how mellow he says he's become. This is obviously not a good situation for the Bears.
Marshall came up with six receptions for 113 yards, as he topped the century mark for the first time. Look for the emotional Marshall to be fired up next weekend as he faces his previous team, the Dolphins, in an interconference matchup at Soldier Field.
Not completely healthy, Marshall has just six catches for 69 yards and a TD in the last three games.
Marshall has been hobbled since he sprained his right ankle in the season opener. He left in the second quarter Monday night game against the New York Jets but returned in the second half, finishing with just one reception for 6 yards.
The Bears initially said Marshall, who was questionable for the game Monday night with the ankle ailing, was probable to return. But the star receiver headed to the locker room midway through the quarter. His return is obviously huge for fantasy purposes.
Marshall caught three TDs while banged up last week and should be a solid play this week.
He's seen 20 targets in two games, and plenty are coming in the red zone as he's scored four TDs.
Marshall had been questionable with an injured ankle. Coach Marc Trestman said he has no overall policy about using a player who hasn't been able to practice during the week, calling it a "player to player decision."
In two seasons in Chicago, Marshall has been named to the Pro Bowl twice and ranked second in the NFL during that time in receptions (218), fourth in receiving yards (2,803), fifth in touchdown receptions (23) and tied for second in 100-yard receiving games (13).