Brandon Marshall didn't play in the second quarter of the Broncos' game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Why? Because the Broncos will be rotating all of their receivers, no matter who they are. Head coach Josh McDaniels said during a Monday press conference that all of the team's wide receivers are good to play and they are going to be rotated in and out of the game at any time. Marshall finished the game with three catches for 34 yards and one run for 14 yards. He has just 61 receiving yards this season.
Great. At first, we felt fortunate to hear that Marshall was going to start for the Broncos. Now we don't know when he will be on the field. If I am a Marshall owner (personally, I'm not), I am done with this situation. Try to find someone who is attracted to his name value and get what you can. Even if Marshall plays more in future games, you still have to take the fact that he has Kyle Orton throwing him the ball into account.