Linebackers hit and bleed; receivers catch and complain about not getting the ball or a penalty flag. That is how the NFL works. But on Monday night, a certain All Pro WR turned the tables â and it was painful.
Now, there are plenty of ways to read into this one.
On the play above, Marshall (6-foot-4 and 230 pounds) leveled the unsuspecting Lee (6-2, 234) linebacker during the second quarter, allowing QB Josh McCown to scramble for a first down. The Bears would score on the drive to take a 14-7 lead.
Now only one question remains: It's December, so how will the world figure out how to pin this play on Tony Romo?