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Richard Marshall | Miami Dolphins | DB

2012 Experience: 7th Season

IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: Richard Marshall has been one of the better tackle producers from the corner position over the years. Problem is he’s an average at best starter in the league, and has bounced around, now with this third team in as many seasons.

Marshall will have to fight for a starting job with Sean Smith but if he wins, he would be a low CB1 candidate, but likely a better CB2 because he could lose the job.

Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2012 Projected Stats 74 61 1 0 10 2
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

With DRC moving on to the Eagles, the Cardinals picked up Richard Marshall from the Panthers in free agency as a veteran replacement. Marshall has talent but struggles at times, and that helps make him a relevant IDP option because he is a decent tackler in the open field. Look for Marshall as a top fifteen corner to select if your start that specific position in your IDP league.

Total Solo Sacks FF PD INT
2011 Projected Stats 75 61 0 1 9 3

2011 June

There is a reason why Richard Marshall is a productive IDP defensive back each season and it’s because he can play well enough against the run to rack up tackles, but he’s not the greatest corner against the passing game, and gets tackles that way, as well. Marshall should continue to be one of the more dependable veteran corner backs for IDP fantasy football leagues wherever he lands in free agency, as his skill set projects well for our game.

2010 Preview

Richard Marshall may be in his final year with the Carolina Panthers but he should have another solid IDP fantasy season. Marshall is one of the best at racking up the tackles and yet he can still make plays as well. Look for the talented corner to have another solid season for you IDP team in 2010.

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