ESPN's AFC East blogger Tim Graham has some Brandon Marshall statistics of his own:
Marshall was one of the most dangerous receivers on throws that traveled at least 15 yards. The Denver Broncos targeted him 34 times, connecting 11 times for 354 yards and three touchdowns. The Dolphins scored only two touchdowns when the pass traveled at least 15 yards.
Marshall was a monster in the middle of the field, an area few receivers dare to tread. He made 27 catches between the hash marks.
Marshall is 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds. He attacks the ball when it's in the air and frequently comes down with it, something Dolfans haven't witnessed much of the past decade.
Marshall caught 17 of the 25 passes thrown his way (68 percent) inside the red zone. He scored seven touchdowns there.
So, to recap: All opposing secondaries are about to get skullfucked, and KC Joyner is now free to calculate the metrics of how one should go about eating a dick.