Traditionally, racing for pink slips involves a drag race, but before this season began Brandon Marshall and Antonio Brown had a different idea.
Whoever put up better numbers during the 2016 season owed the other one his car. Marshall put up his Porsche and Brown put up his Bentley. The wager was based on receiving yardage.
Well, Brown has 1,284 yards to Marshall’s 788, and Brown hasn’t forgotten about the wager.
Hard to imagine Brown having much use for a Porsche with a Jets-themed paint job on it. If Marshall makes good on the bet, it seems likely Project 375 — an organization Marshall founded to help de-stigmatize mental health issues — will wind up with the car.
Then again, it is not easy to separate a man from his Porsche.