Now that Brandon Marshall is a former wide receiver for the New York Jets, we take a look at his top plays in the green and white. 

Over the past two years, Brandon Marshall has become a fan-favorite of the New York Jets. His combination of height, brute strength and relentlessness when going after the football made him a nightmare for opposing defensive backs in his first season.

That year, he and Eric Decker helped carry the offense to a 10-6 season, just missing the playoffs due to Ryan Fitzpatrick reemerging as the poor quarterback he always was.

Unfortunately, in Marshall’s second season in green, the emergence of Quincy Enunwa, a younger, faster version of Marshall and Robby Anderson made Marshall expendable and have now allowed the Jets to commit to a full rebuild.

While Marshall may be gone, he put together quite a real of impressive plays in his short, but memorable stint with the Jets.

Here are the top five plays of Marshall’s tenure with Gang Green.

Charles is a sophomore at Pennsylvania State University from Long Island, New York, majoring in broadcast journalism. As a member of Penn State's CommRadio, the official radio station of the College of Communications, Charles has written various articles covering Penn State football and basketball. In addition to writing, Charles also co-hosts Empire State College, the only New York sports talkshow on campus.


  1. I liked Brandon Marshall….sad to see him gone…..I wish we could get him back with a better contract….I read again recently that Brandon has a way of rubbing people the wrong way with hi comments. I listened to every post game interview and all I heard was a competitiveness to win….no excuses….he stuck up for his teammates….and when he was on the field with Decker…even without a great QB….the Jets were a dynamic receiving threat. Not sure it makes sense to rid themselves of Brandon…and as I have read possibly Decker as well. Seems Brandon, a healthy Decker and Quincy would give the Jets a solid, talented receiving corps…and then be one area of the team that does not need rebuilding. Maybe the contract was just too expensive? But I think the Jets are making a mistake…keep the receiver group intact and this year rebuild in other area of the team…