Brandon Marshall caught six passes for 86 yards last night in the Broncos’ 26-6 win over the New York Giants, many of them earning big style points — including two ridiculous one-handed grabs.
Marshall, who not long ago was persona non grata in Denver, seems to have put his issues behind him and is enjoying a fantastic season for the Broncos (58 catches, 6 TDs).
Incidentally, Bears castoff Kyle Orton threw his 12th touchdown of the year, doubling his interception total. Compare those stats against Jay Cutler’s (15 TDs, 18 INT) if you dare.
Orton is also leading a 7-4 team with playoff aspirations, while Cutler’s squad is floundering at 4-6.
A look at the people behind some of the best costumes on the second day of the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo at McCormick Place.
“Just ready to get the season started and get everything behind me,” Clevinger said. “There’s been a lot. I can finally focus on just baseball.”
Steele allowed three hits, struck out eight and walked one.
Reliever Javier Assad failed to hold a one-run lead after persuading manager David Ross to stick with him in the eighth.
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