Being in Chicago reunited with Bears quarterback Jay Cutler certainly has agreed with Brandon Marshall. He is second in the league behind Indianapolis wide receiver Reggie Wayne with 99.6 receiving yards per game. Heading into Week 10, he ranked fourth in the league with 59 receptions, behind Minnesota's Harvin (62), Wayne (61) and New England's Wes Welker (60). He is tied for second with seven touchdowns and tied for fifth with 11 catches of at least 20 yards.
"Cutler will throw the ball to a covered receiver," said Greg Cosell, executive producer of ESPN's "NFL Matchup." "That's why Marshall is so important. He can make contested catches. Jay throws it into a one-on-one matchup, whether the receiver is open or not. He believes 'my guy has to win and make the catch.' Marshall, with his size, wingspan and catching radius, he can make those catches."
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