Brandon Marshall makes spectacular catches, and he’s also prone to lots of drops.
Dolphins fans learned the latter point on Saturday night in Marshall’s Dolphins debut when he dropped two passes against Tampa Bay before leaving the game with no grabs.
In Marshall’s defense, conditions on the field were terrible, but that didn’t slow down the Bucs much. (We were able to see those terrible field conditions, of course, on NFL.com’s Preseason Live package.)
Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne threw for only 19 yards on 11 throws, as drops were contagious on the Dolphins.