Yes, he only caught two passes for 21 yards and a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers last week—ending a streak of six games with at least 80 yards receiving—and he tweaked his shoulder late in the fourth quarter.
But according to CBS Sports, Marshall's shoulder injury won't keep him out of action in Week 12 when the Bears welcome the Minnesota Vikings into Soldier Field for the first of two games against their NFC North rivals over the next three weeks.
The Vikings have surrendered five touchdowns to opposing wide receivers in the past two games, and after Detroit's Calvin Johnson, there might not be a better receiver in the NFL at going up and getting the ball than Brandon Marshall.
Speaking of Johnson, he had a monster game against the Vikings in Week 10, catching 12 passes for 207 yards and a touchdown. I'm not suggesting that Marshall is going to put up similar numbers, but the Vikings are susceptible to giving up big days to big-time receivers—and Marshall is certainly that.
Still not convinced that Marshall needs to be in your lineup?
Consider these two nuggets, courtesy of Fox Sports:
Marshall. Marshall. Marshall. @bmarshall now has 7 TDs in his last 7 games.— FOX SPORTS: NFL (@NFLONFOX) November 20, 2012
Get Brandon Marshall back into your starting lineup if you took him out, and leave him there.
Multiple receptions, at least 80 yards and a touchdown are in store for you on Sunday.