Marshall made his presence felt in Sunday's 31-10 win over the Browns at MetLife Stadium. The veteran wide receiver caught a 1-yard touchdown pass over Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden, had a strip and fumble recovery moments after a Tashaun Gipson interception and made a pretty sideline catch to set up a touchdown.
The box score won't blow you away. Marshall didn't have a catch until late in the second quarter and finished with six receptions for 62 yards. But Marshall looked very much like a player who remains in or near his prime, providing the Jets with the type of red-zone threat the team hasn't had since Keyshawn Johnson in 1999.
The strip of Gipson served as the game's turning point. The Jets were trailing 7-0 with 10 minutes to play in the second quarter when Fitzpatrick's pass was picked off. Marshall ripped the ball out of Gipson's hands as the two players fell to the ground, then returned the ball to the Cleveland 11-yard line. The Jets tied the game two plays later.