Brandon Marshall Has a Disgusting Analogy for the New York Jets’ Season

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If you really want to know what it's like to play in the NFL, you might want to be more specific.

That is, at least, if this analogy of the New York Jets' season from wide receiver Brandon Marshall is to be believed.

"The best way I can describe it is, having a diaper on and never changing it," Marshall told Inside the NFL. "And just sitting in that diaper the whole year."

Without having sat in my own urine and/or feces for a year, I can see where Marshall is coming from: During preseason, the Jets and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick underwent a long contract dispute; then when they finally agreed to terms the QB reverted to his usual, not good, pre-2016 self; then Fitzpatrick was forced back into a starting role when backup Bryce Petty essentially got murdered by the Miami Dolphins; star wideout Eric Decker played just three games before being knocked out for the year and undergoing surgery on his hip and shoulder; one defensive lineman was benched after he stood up the birthday celebration his teammates threw for him; another defensive lineman was caught seemingly saying "f**k this game" on camera before a loss; the Jets finished 5-11, and needed a Week 17 victory over a Buffalo Bills team that had already given up just to get that fifth win.

And to top it all off, Marshall owes Pittsburgh Steelers wideout Antonio Brown a Porsche.

Marshall is among the many praying 2017 is better than 2016.

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