The New York Jets dominated the Indianapolis Colts en route to a 20-7 victory, courtesy of two touchdown passes from Ryan Fitzpatrick.
One of his touchdown throws went to the physically dominating Brandon Marshall, who would not be denied a score. Marshall caught the pass on a quick fade route and made his way towards the far pylon. And even with two defenders in his way, Marshall was able to muscle his way into the end zone.
Marshall, like Eric Decker, had a huge game against a depleted Colts' secondary. He caught seven passes for 101 yards and one touchdown -- his second of the season.
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Fitzpatrick looked comfortable leading the Jets' offense with Marshall and Decker being a big reason why.