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Post Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall vs. Packers CB Charles Woodson
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Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall vs. Packers CB Charles Woodson

This is a match made in heaven between two players who are considered among the best at their positions, although Woodson has been a bit sporadic through five games. Marshall had a big game in Week Three against the Jets matched up opposite CB Antonio Cromartie, who played well in this week’s Monday nighter against the Vikings. Cromartie had major problems covering Marshall, though, allowing him to catch 10 passes for 166 yards and a TD. Marshall wasn’t that big a factor the next week against New England, catching five passes for 50 yards, in Miami’s Monday-night loss to the Pats. But look for him to be refreshed and ready to give his best coming off a well-timed bye week.

Woodson has had some issues this season and is actually being outperformed by Tramon Williams on the right corner. But he remains a top-grade corner with a big-play fair. When matched up against the Lions’ Calvin Johnson in Week Four, Woodson redeemed himself with a brilliant second-half effort after allowing Johnson to get the best of him in the first 30 minutes. Against the Redskins, though, he looked vulnerable and a bit stiff and also got called for three penalties. It will be interesting to see if Miami opts to test Woodson early with some downfield throws to Marshall, and, if so, how Woodson reacts to that challenge.


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Post Re: Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall vs. Packers CB Charles Woodson
I don't expect big numbers from Marshall unfortunately. They plan to pound the rock.


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Post Re: Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall vs. Packers CB Charles Woodson
BMarsh will still get his targets though, even with a heavy run. It could actually work wonders for him, maybe get a play action going finally???


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Post Re: Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall vs. Packers CB Charles Woodson
i read some where that they want woodson lined up on d bess ,who ever woodson is lined up against its about time
our other wr`s makes some big plays , but i expect d henning to try and run the ball down the throat of the packers with all there injurys upfront


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Post Re: Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall vs. Packers CB Charles Woodson
Woodson is looking for picks. He has a tendency to interfere with WR's all the time. The fact that it is not called on him more often I don't understand. If he is up against Marshall all day Marshall should have some nice catches, or pick up a few PI calls. Woodson has lost a step over the last couple of years and only his experience keeps him in the game. A lot of young speedsters can fly by him.


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Post Re: Dolphins WR Brandon Marshall vs. Packers CB Charles Woodson
AmericAdam wrote:
I don't expect big numbers from Marshall unfortunately. They plan to pound the rock.


Lets hope so. I wouldn't mind seeing a 2:1 ratio in run:pass this week. We need to play to our strengths.

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