Establishing career highs across the board in 2012, Marshall turned in the most dominant statistical season by a wide receiver in franchise history. It also ranks with Randy Moss' 2007 and Harold Jackson's 1973 as the best seasons by a receiver after changing teams.
No player was targeted at a greater percentage than Marshall's 39.9 last season. In fact, Marshall lapped the field by nearly 8 percentage points. It will be interesting to see if that number sharply declines with a new coach calling the shots. Jay Cutler is too easy to defend when he only has eyes for one receiver.