Brandon Marshall might have been the headliner, but he was surrounding with some solid acts on Sunday in the receiving corps.
Alshon Jeffery had three receptions for 80 yards, including a touchdown, and was targeted five times, Earl Bennett had three receptions for 50 yards and was targeted four times, while Devin Hester chipped in with two catches for 27 yards and was targeted twice.
Jeffery, however, said that the Marshall effect is the key.
"He opens up the field a lot,'' Jeffery insisted. "All of us open the field up for each other. Whoever is making plays ... I mean if I'm on the opposing team they're going to have to defend whoever has the hot hand.''
Which Hester feels is no easy task.
"Like I said from Day 1, we're built with a lot of depth,'' Hester said. "It's going to be one guy one week, the next guy another week. That's just the way it's going to go.''