FantasySP / NFL / Brandon Marshall FantasySP / NFL / Brandon Marshall Copyright 2018 5331791 <![CDATA[Broncos Film Review: Little to show for long completions in loss to Rams]]>
1. Missing tackles is a sure way to allow 270 yards rushing. We booked the Broncos with a season-high 11 missed tackles, bringing their three-game total to 28. Safety Justin Simmons, defensive tackle Zach Kerr and linebacker Brandon Marshall missed two tackles apiece.

2. The Rams rushed five or more players at Broncos quarterback Case Keenum on 13 of his 50 drop-backs (26 percent). Their two sacks came in 3.14 and 5.90 seconds. On the first, safety LaMarcus Joyner blitzed and used a spin move to avoid running back Devonte Booker. On the second, Keenum held onto the football too long]]> 5331791 Mon, 15 Oct 2018 18:45:02 EDT All Things Broncos
<![CDATA[Seahawks WR David Moore hauls in 3rd touchdown in last 2 games]]>
Among the many athletic players vying for the position, one name kept standing out above the rest – second-year receiver David Moore. Moore made quite the impression in camp and earned his way onto the final roster alongside Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett, Jaron Brown and Brandon Marshall.

Making the roster is key, but being the No. 5 receiver on a team with aspirations to be a run-heavy offense doesn’t exactly bode well for a big role. However, Moore has continued to improve with each opportunity and has gained the trust of quarterback Russell Wilson]]> 5330628 Sun, 14 Oct 2018 18:00:02 EDT Seahawks Wire
<![CDATA[Brandon Marshall played 7-of-60 snaps (12 percent) Week 5 against]]> Brandon Marshall played 7-of-60 snaps (12 percent) Week 5 against the Rams. Marshall played fewer snaps than Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett, David Moore, and Jaron Brown. [...]]]> 5324730 Mon, 08 Oct 2018 9:30:37 EDT <![CDATA[Seahawks | Brandon Marshall blanked in win]]> Brandon Marshall was targeted just once and he did not have a catch in Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams.]]> 5324564 Mon, 08 Oct 2018 0:06:01 EDT footballguys <![CDATA[Brandon Marshall failed to catch his only target in the Seahawks']]> Brandon Marshall failed to catch his only target in the Seahawks' Week 5 loss to the Rams. Marshall's lone target came on a deep shot down the sideline in the second quarter. [...]]]> 5324374 Sun, 07 Oct 2018 20:45:12 EDT <![CDATA[Instant analysis of Seahawks 33-31 loss to Rams]]>
Seattle’s offense was a well-oiled machine, with both Chris Carson and Mike Davis having outstanding games. Carson ran 19 times for 116 yards, while Davis chipped in 12 carries for 68 yards and a touchdown. Brian Schottenheimer’s offense was a near-perfect blend of run plays, passing plays and a few play-action passes, which frequently resulted in big gains.

A few of those big plays went to David Moore, who had the first two touchdown receptions of his NFL career. He has taken over as Seattle’s No. 3 receiver, with Brandon Marshall seeing very limited action]]> 5324316 Sun, 07 Oct 2018 20:06:01 EDT Seahawks Wire
<![CDATA[Pete Carroll on Brandon Marshall: 'Just got to get him going']]> Brandon Marshall this offseason to give them added depth in their receiving corps. After Doug Baldwin missed most of the first three games, Marshall was targeted six times in each contest, hauling in nine catches for 120 yards and a touchdown.

However, he saw his targets cut in half in Week 4, only catching one of three targets. He’s had a handful of crucial drops over the last two weeks and saw his snap count slashed precipitously against the Cardinals last week.

“Just got to get him going,” coach Pete Carroll commented on Wednesday. “A couple balls got away from him the last two weeks. Like all receivers, they want to get that ball and get that feel for it. It’s been a little bit spotty with his opportunities as much as we have been running the football. We like what he does, we know what he can do and we want to make sure he’s a part of it.]]> 5320161 Wed, 03 Oct 2018 18:06:01 EDT Seahawks Wire