Brandon Marshall: Jay Cutler was the worst passer, Ryan Fitzpatrick was the best – NFL Career Analysis


Brandon Marshall Reveals Worst Quarterback He Played with in 13-Year NFL Career, Attributes to Lack of Skills

Brandon Marshall had an illustrious NFL career that spanned 13 seasons with six different teams from 2006 to 2018. He played with a total of 17 different quarterbacks during his time in the league. Despite playing with many great quarterbacks, Marshall named Jay Cutler as the worst passer he ever played with. Cutler, who he played with for six seasons in Chicago, did not reach his full potential according to Marshall.

Marshall’s best season came in 2012 when he reunited with Cutler in Chicago. That year, he set career highs in catches, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns. Cutler played eight seasons with the Bears from 2009 to 2016 and holds various passing records for the franchise. However, despite their successes together, the Bears never made it to the Super Bowl during that time.

On the other hand, Marshall named Ryan Fitzpatrick as the best quarterback he played with. In 2015 while playing for the New York Jets, he co-led the NFL in receiving touchdowns alongside Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick threw 14 of those touchdowns to Marshall during that season, which was a significant contribution to their team’s success that year.

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