Brandon Marshall remembers having a feeling that he was about to do something that had never been done in the NFL.
The New York Jets wide receiver was with the Denver Broncos in 2009 when he was preparing for a mid-December game against the Colts in Indianapolis.
''I was so locked-in and focused,'' Marshall recalled Thursday. ''I actually went up to a reporter before the game and said, 'This is 2015 nfl jerseys going to be the biggest game I've ever played.'''
He was cheap nfl womens jerseys right. And then some.
Marshall set an NFL record by catching 21 passes from Kyle Orton that day, going for 200 yards and two touchdowns in Denver's 28-16 loss. The man nicknamed ''Baby T.O.'' back then broke Terrell Owens' league mark by one reception.
''I've never been that focused before,'' Marshall said. ''I didn't even see or feel anything.''
Marshall will play in Indianapolis for the first time since that record-blasting performance when the Jets (1-0) take on the Colts (0-1) on Monday night.
He had already made a elite nfl jerseys Pro Bowl appearance and had an 18-catch game, but that game firmly established Marshall as one of the elite playmaking receivers in the league. The Pro Football Hall nfl jerseys youth of Fame celebrated the accomplishment by displaying his game-worn jersey - something Marshall wants back from the folks in Canton, Ohio.
''I'm being serious,'' Marshall said. ''I went to Canton to visit my jersey and it was in the basement. They had T.O.'s 18 catches up and they took mine down. They told me it was supposedly coming off of a road show, so I would like to discount nfl jerseys usa have my jersey back.''
He might have been half-kidding, but Marshall recalls being nothing but serious during his last visit to Indianapolis. Fellow Broncos wide receiver Kenny McKinley, who died in 2010 from nfl team helmets a self-inflicted gunshot wound, was a rookie that season and walked over to Marshall on the sideline at one point.