Brandon Marshall catches 3 TDs in comeback win
There were likely a lot of angry folks that play fantasy football following Sunday night's Bears-49ers game.
After an early report during the day stating that Bears receiver Brandon Marshall was unlikely to play against San Francisco, he was ruled active an hour and a half before kickoff. Alshon Jeffery, also considered unlikely to play, was available too.
But it was Marshall that put in a performance that helped his team to an eventual win. He finished with five catches for 48 yards and three touchdowns in a comeback 28-20 win.
The Bears struggled early on and were down 17-0 in the second quarter and 20-7 going into the fourth quarter. But the Bears scored three fourth-quarter touchdowns — two of which from Jay Cutler to Marshall — to win the game.
Cutler only threw for 176 yards but ended the game with four passing touchdowns.
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