Sherman vs. Marshall…
Advantage: @BMarshall.@NYJets Touchdown! #SEAvsNYJ https://t.co/dfPXcIbCLi
— NFL (@NFL) October 2, 2016
Right when they desperately needed it, New York Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick found Brandon Marshall on a back shoulder TD.
Finally, the New York Jets found paydirt on Sunday.
With just 17 seconds to go in the first half, Ryan Fitzpatrick found Brandon Marshall on a back shoulder play on the left side of the endzone (video above).
The touchdown was desperately needed for the Jets who were down 14-3 to a Russell Wilson-led team that is torching the Jets pass coverage. Fitz and B-Marsh abused all-pro Richard Sherman on the play.
Through two-quarters, Fitz has thrown for 188 yards and that score on 14-of-20 passing. Wilson has torched New York to the tune of 191 yards and two touchdowns on 10-of-11 passing.
The likes of David Harris and Calvin Pryor simply cannot keep up with Jimmy Graham and the Seahawks passing attack.
Seattle is scheduled to receive the ball to start the second half of this close 14-10 ball game.