— NFL (@NFL) October 18, 2015
Remember when I said Marshall helped cover Fitzpatrick’s deficiencies? There might not be a better example that this play. (Although, we will get to one more on the next slide. Sorry, Ryan.)
On a grossly overthrown ball, Marshall first has to gain proper positioning. Then Marshall has to somehow get the proper footing to reach down and make the catch.
A slight stutter-step makes Redskins cornerback Bashaud Breeland collide with his teammate, and Marshall’s speed takes care of the rest.