Marshall has been quite solid all season, although he was troubled with a few errors throughout Sunday's loss including a dropped touchdown pass in fourth quarter. Had Marshall kept control of the ball the Jets would have had an eight point lead over the Patriots.
My A** should be walking back to New York. How you bounce back after moments like this produce CHAMPIONS or CHUMPS.. . #jets— Machine Marshall (@BMarshall) October 25, 2015
"Absolutely, that's all on me," Marshall told reporters, via ESPN.com. "If I make that play, it puts us in a better position. I didn't make the play and it put our team in a bad situation. You have to make those plays in games like this, so it's all on me. It will definitely be my fuel this week to get better."During the Jets two losses this season, Marshall has made some questionable plays including an attempted pitch-fumble that occurred in a Week 3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Marshall termed that blunder "probably the worst play in NFL history." It's great that Marshall is gutsy enough to own up to his errors, but it would be best for all if the All Pro could eliminate them altogether.