Marshall caught the seven of the eight passes for 138 yards sent to him by quarterback Jay Cutler.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
Monday was a big night for the Chicago Bears. With a huge help from Brandon Marshall, they outplayed the Dallas Cowboys 34 to 18, said a report from chicagotribune.com. And with his stellar performance, GreenBeanBuddy commented that the wide receiver stole the Monday Night Football limelight.
As stated in the report, Marshall caught the seven of the eight passes for 138 yards sent to him by quarterback Jay Cutler. Additionally, he also had a touchdown.
With his figures during the game, it was said that Marshall fired up Chicago's victory over Dallas. However, sbnation.com said that the receiver was not the only one who shined Monday night. Jay Cutler also delivered an impressive performance completing 18 of his 24 passes for 275 yards. He also made two touchdowns.
Lauding Cutler, Marshall said that the quarterback challenged him and the rest of their team the whole week. And as he stated, that reflected to their game.
Here's an excerpt from the post Brandon Marshall Shines on Monday Night Football by GreenBeanBuddy.com.
“Brandon Marshall has been tagged to a number of not-so-good things. Bad temper is one of them. However, on Monday night, he replaced those negative presumptions, at least on the field, about him with impressive reviews and comments.
Catching seven of eight passes for 138 yards from quarterback Jay Cutler, the wide receiver displayed efficiency during the Bears vs the Cowboys game. Apart from that, he also made a touchdown. And with that and his almost perfect catches, he torched Chicago's 34-18
win over Dallas.”
According to GreenBeanBuddy.com, some critics said that Marshall had always been inconsistent. Hence, nothing is sure about the Bear's offense despite the receiver's impressive Monday game. But still, the site commented that Marshall's performance displayed how big of a contribution he can make to his team's victory.
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