At 6-foot-4, 230-pounds, it is going to take an army to take Brandon Marshall down.
Jalil Brown didn’t turn his head around in time to see the ball. Giving up four inches and 30 pounds, all Brown could do at that point was try and hold Marshall out of the end zone until help arrived.
Well, help did arrive in the form of Pro Bowl Safety Mike Adams. But even with Adams, the Colts were simply overmatched.
The Colts had cut the lead to three on their previous drive. Momentum seemed to be heading in Indianapolis’s way. When the Jets needed a big play Marshall was right there. As always.