Brandon Marshall Week 15 Fantasy Update: 65 Yard Touchdown Boosts Brandon Marshall's Fantasy Performance In Buffalo

The Miami Dolphins won their fifth game of the season on Sunday afternoon in Buffalo. A huge part of the win were the two longest plays of the season in the second half, which gave the Dolphins a three score lead. The first big play was a 65 yard touchdown pass from Matt Moore to Brandon Marshall. The Miami wideout caught the perfectly placed ball and fought off the Buffalo secondary to streak down the right sideline for the score.

Marshall finished with three catches for 84 yards, with a huge chuck obviously coming on the big touchdown in the 3rd quarter. Marshall had an opportunity to have an even bigger day for his fantasy owners, but he dropped two balls in the end zone in the first half which forced the Fins to settle for two field goals. In addition to the two drops, Marshall also lost a fumble against the Bills. But his ability to strike quickly with the big play redeemed his fantasy performance on Sunday.

For more news, analysis, and discussion on the Dolphins, please visit The Phinsider, SB Nation's Dolphins blog. For the perspective from the other side, please visit Buffalo Rumblings, SB Nation's Bills blog.

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