5. Brandon Marshall, WR (NYJ)
At 31-years of age Brandon Marshall still has it. He still has the size and ability to dominate a football game if given the opportunity.
This was easily the best move general manager Mike Maccagnan made during the offseason. Only surrendering a low-level pick, the Jets provided Ryan Fitzpatrick with a guy who demands attention from the defense. Without somebody who forces double teams and help over-the-top, defenses can play these Jets straight up and load the box.
Having Marshall and Eric Decker both out wide has allowed Fitzpatrick and the Jets to enjoy one of the better passing seasons in quite some time. Marshall currently ranks seventh in the league with 931 receiving yards. He’s also tied for second with nine receiving TDs.