Brandon Marshall is upset with the Chicago Bears latest loss. How much? Enough to suggest that jobs be at stake.
“Everyone on offense needs to be held accountable, even if it means jobs,” Marshall said. “There’s no excuse. We still have two games left, there’s still hope, but we need to be held accountable.”
“It’s been the same way all year. It’s the same thing every single game. We need to be held accountable,” Marshall said. “What I got to do is try my best to keep it together and not let this affect me because it’s starting to affect me more than it should. And I love this game, I’m very passionate about this game, and right now it’s affecting me way too much.”
A moment later Marhsall ended the interview and walked away.
The Bears offense has been overly predictable in recent weeks. Green Bay double teamed Marhsall all day on Sunday. Still no one else on the Bears stepped up. Receivers Devin Hester and Alshon Jeffrey combined for zero catches. Jeffrey was called for pass interference three times.
Marshall finished the day with six catches for 56 yards and a touchdown in the Bears 21-13 loss. His 107 catches are one more then Calvin Johnson who is second in receptions in the NFL.