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Crazy Brandon Marshall 51-yard Touchdown – Video

Brandon MarshallCheck out this amazing video of a 51-yard touchdown by Denver Broncos wide receiver, Brandon Marshall. The catch is amazing, but the run after the catch is an NFL highlight of a lifetime. The touchdown was clutch and came on a  Broncos 4th down, tied at 10, with two minutes and one timeout. The touchdown sealed the game and gave the Broncos a huge win over the Dallas Cowboys. There is definitely some kind of  magic going on right now with the Denver Broncos. It is truly amazing that a team with as much turmoil coming into the season as the Broncos had, have turned into a 4-0 team.

Marshall’s 51-yard touchdown was almost an afterthought. Tony Romo answered back on his final drive with a 53-yard pass on 4th and 3 with 1:16 left to go to Sam Hurd. The Broncos answered by stopping Dallas at the two-yard line with under :30 seconds to go. It is a sad day today for Dallas Cowboys fans. Cowboys fans are used to Tony Romo coming up short in December, not October. Well, at least Wade is used to losing in Denver.

Brandon Marshall’s amazing 51-yard touchdown from Week 4 against the Dallas Cowboys

Another great Broncos last-second win from NFL Week 1 against the Cincinnati Bengals.

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