FLORHAM PARK -- Jets quarterback Bryce Petty, a second-year pro, is entering just his third NFL regular season start, Saturday night against the Dolphins.
So he has a lot of stuff on his plate. But one thing that would help the Jets win is this: Get the ball to No. 1 wide receiver Brandon Marshall more often.
In last week's win at the 49ers, Marshall had just five targets, three catches, and 33 yards. For this week's game against Miami, Marshall's reps might be limited, because he is dealing with a few nagging ailments.
Check out the video above as we discuss how Petty can get Marshall more involved.
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