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Denver Broncos v Oakland Raiders

It’s been a slow start for the Denver Broncos top receiver Brandon Marshall. With so much drama in the offseason, it looked as if Marshall might not even be a Bronco, at this point in time.

Beyond the off the field problems, Marshall also is coming off of hip surgery and one would expect a slow start for that reason alone.

Last week, Kyle Orton and Marshall finally looked like a pair that is primed to start producing together. Orton has been dealing with a finger injury, but at this time it looks like he is now recovered.

Denver Broncos v Oakland Raiders

Against the Raiders, Marshall had six receptions and a touchdown. Beyond the production, what I also liked is that the Broncos are moving Marshall around trying to present mismatches for him to take advantage of.

Where Do We Go From Here?

The best thing the Broncos could have done to start the year was sweeping the Bengals, Browns and Raiders. They did just that and hopefully they now have that bad taste out of their mouth from the offseason.

This is a testament to the group of players they have and how they haven’t doubted themselves.

Unfortunately, the Broncos are now going into the hard part of their schedule. Below I have a list of Denver’s next eight games and there are no gimme games in this list.

As you can see everyone of these games should be a hard earned win for the Broncos. The one exception might be the Redskins in week ten, but we will have to see how they are performing at that time.

If the Broncos and Marshall are to have success in this tough stretch. They need to continue their hard work and effort.

Fantasy Football Ranking for Brandon Marshall

Right now I believe Marshall is worth starting on your fantasy football team as he looks healthy. It also appears that his issues of his contract are out of sight and mind, until the season is over.

Look for Orton to continue to look Marshall’s way as he is the one big target receiver he has on the team.

Hopefully, Marshall won’t have any health set backs moving forward as it looks like he is ready to produce for fantasy football teams.

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