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http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/10/27/dolphins-brandon-marshall-next-challenge-for-zero-catch-corey-webster/?src=fbBy CBSNewYork.com 10/27/11
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Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall has, by all appearances, done a good job of keeping his emotions in check this year after several on- and off-field explosions in 2010. But that doesn’t mean Marshall is happy with the Dolphins’ offense, which is 30th in the NFL in scoring (15.0 points per game). Specifically, Marshall said Monday [...]
Corey Webster of Giants set for rematch against Dolphins receiver Brandon MarshallPaul Schwartz - NY Post 10/27/11
Brandon Marshall is at it again. Two weeks after claiming he would get into a fight, and thus ejected, during a Monday Night Football contest against the Jets, the mercurial Dolphins’ receiver is going on record that his team will emerge from MetLife Stadium — this time in triumphant fashion.
According to ESPNNewYork.com, Marshall took to Twitter Thursday night and virtually...
With the Miami Dolphins coming to town, cornerback Corey Webster knew his assignment before the Giants discussed their gameplan.
Webster will be paired against Brandon Marshall no matter where the Dolphins’ big wide receiver lines up Sunday.
There might be some plays the Giants either switch the coverage or elect to play a zone, but for the most part, coordinator Perry Fewell is...
Corey Webster does not really bask in the glow because he’s not that kind of guy. But he certainly was enjoying his place in the spotlight after his two interceptions against the Bills, both well-timed pickoffs of Ryan Fitzpatrick while covering Stevie Johnson that were instrumental in the Giants...
It wasn't exactly a guarantee of victory. Then again, Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall didn't say "if".
It certainly sounded as if Miami's controversial receiver is expecting a victory on Sunday against the Giants when he sent a Tweet to his 58,000 followers late last night. He wrote that ...
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Brandon Marshall says the Dolphins will beat the Giants this week.
Numbness, thoughts of cheering for another team (I just don't like the Raiders or Forty Niners). Constant heart palpitations. This is what it's like to watch a Dolphins team that seems to physically and mentally crumble on the field. In the lockeroom, the team is loose and not pressing. I find this very disturbing. As a fan, I should have an opinion, but as an...
There's something about coming to New York that brings the predictions out of Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
When the Dolphins were heading to our neck of the woods to face the Jets a couple of weeks ago, Marshall said that he was going to play like such a monster that there was a good chance he'd get ejected from the game before the end of the second quarter....
Nostradamus, he ain't.
There you have the essence of the Giants' response yesterday after brash Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall used Twitter to guarantee something tomorrow against Big Blue that woeful Miami hasn't seen this season -- a victory.
If coach Tom Coughlin was worried his 4-2 team...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2011/10/27/2011-10-27_tom_coughlin_sells_ny_giants_on_sundays_game_amid_miami_dolphins_suck_for_andrew.htmlCorey Webster and the Giants realize 'anybody can win' Sunday's matchup against Miami.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 10/27/11