Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall finished the season with 100 catches for 1,295 yards and 12 touchdowns, which earned him his fifth Pro Bowl nod.
But, Marshall is not satisfied.
“I really believe I had a down year,” he said during a studio visit to the “Around The League Podcast” on Tuesday. “I didn’t have a chance to really work. I had a surgery, so that put me back, and I didn’t really like the way my game was last year. I’m going hard and I’m really going to revamp my whole game and come back a totally different player, something you guys never seen before.”
Marshall then said next season will be “totally different.”
“Kind of like the artist, like the musician you know how they say, ‘This next album is going to be the killer! This next album, you guys aren’t going to know anything! It’s going to be totally different! This is it!'” he said. “This is how I’m doing my game. I’m approaching it like I’m an artist.”
“Can we name my next season the Thriller?”