New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall became the first player in NFL history with six 100-catch seasons.
That breaks a tie with Andre Johnson and Wes Welker, who had five.
Marshall set the mark with an 18-yard catch late in the third quarter against the New England Patriots.
He's the first Jets player with 100 receptions in a season, and set the franchise's single-season mark earlier in the game when he got his 94th catch — breaking Al Toon's record.
Marshall, in his first season with the Jets, entered the game tied with Toon, who caught 93 passes during the 1988 season. On third-and-3 from the New York 41, Marshall took a pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick...