Brandon Marshall's late touchdown catch helped lift the Jets to their fifth win of the season.

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Brandon Marshall continues to prove the New York Jets right by trading for him in the offseason. On Sunday, he didn't have his best statistical game of 2015, but his late touchdown catch proved to be the difference against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

On 3rd-and-4 with 2:49 left in the game, Marshall lined up outside with Davon House across from him. Ryan Fitzpatrick saw the one-on-one matchup and exploited it, finding Marshall in the back of the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown.

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The score put the Jets up 28-16, and it proved to be pivotal as the Jaguars drove down the field on the ensuing drive to cut the lead to 28-23. Had Marshall not caught the ball, the Jaguars very likely could have come back and won the game.

Marshall racked up 44 yards on four catches in the win, moving the Jets to 5-3 on the year.