Giants' Brandon Marshall finishes with one catch in loss

Alicia Cross
September 20, 2017

New York Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall finished with just one reception for 17 yards during his team's 24-10 loss to the Detroit Lions on Monday and shouldered plenty of blame for a critical drop in the fourth quarter. And given that Odell Beckham Jr. was a game-time decision, fans expected a big game from Marshall.

It didn't take long for the rest of Twitter to get in on the fun while poking fun at the Giants. Instead he leaned into it and trolled the hell out of them, all while the other Brandon Marshall was still out on the field dropping passes on Monday Night Football.

Thanks, Brandon Marshall - both of you. He is not the @Bmarshall, the Giants receiver.

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Amazingly, only a few people found it odd that Brandon Marshall the receiver was tweeting during the game. Well played, Brandon Marshall the linebacker.

If you're a disgruntled Giants fan, chances are you're probably not near Denver which is good since no one will accept the linebackers' invitation to catch these hands in a parking lot in Denver.

"But despite the latter's Twitter bio saying "SuperBowl 50 champ" and "#BroncosUp" - fans continue to mistake the Broncos defensive star.

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