Brandon Marshall vs Brandon Fields for Punting Duties?

16 Aug

Brandon Fields was Miami’s top performer Saturday night, sending the pigskin deep into the rainy night sky to the tune of 53.1 yards per kick. Yet while Fields was doing his best Reggie Roby impression, Brandon Marshall struggled to hang onto the ball.

Today, the frustrated All-Pro Dolphin wideout entered the punting competition with a 25-yard pooch over the practice field fence. Observers seemed unimpressed with the wobbly attempt, but The Bottlenose thinks Fields better watch his back.

Marshall’s booms may go half as far as the average punt, but he will certainly never out-kick his coverage. And don’t forget he gained valuable experience in Denver (clip below), though he failed to unseat Mitch “Crazylegs” Berger for the job.

As for the drops, let’s get ’em out of the way now. Seeing The Beast get this pissed on August 16th means good things when it’s time to actually go to war.


2 Responses to “Brandon Marshall vs Brandon Fields for Punting Duties?”

  1. bond, david bond August 16, 2010 at 6:50 pm #

    Brandon Marshall, I hope that you see this message. I know what is happening to your catching ability. You see when you become infected with worms/parasites; perhaps from eating fish or pork, it will affect your previous abilities. It may be that you were set up by a rival in the afc east or it may be that you were infected accidentally by what you ate. Eventually, all of your talents will greatly diminish if you do not address this problem. The fastest way to remove intestinal parasites is through a shot from the team physician. They should also check for high levels of metallic chemicals like, mercury , lead and arsenic. These three things causes a person to have a bad temper, become clumsy, uncoordinated and also suffer muscle weakness. I hope that you take this advice seriously. I AM RARELY EVER WRONG!

    • danewen August 17, 2010 at 8:03 am #

      If the team doesn’t immediately hire you as a Wellness Consultant then they are fools, and clearly jockeying for the 1st pick in the 2011 draft.

      Thanks for stopping by The Bottlenose!

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