Sunday December 27th, 2015

The New England Patriots have had no luck stopping New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall Sunday.

Marshall grabbed his second touchdown catch of the game on a 33-yard bomb from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. Even with a safety and cornerback shadowing him, Marshall made the play look easy, catching the ball practically uncontested.

Marshall scored the first touchdown on the day for the Jets with a two-yard reception at the end of the second quarter.

The veteran wideout has reached the 100-catch mark for the sixth time in his career; he’s the first player in history to record six 100-catch seasons, according to the CBS broadcast.

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