Giants Vs. Dolphins: Brandon Marshall Guarantees Miami Victory

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall took to Twitter Thursday night to let his latest prediction be known for Sunday's game between the Dolphins and New York Giants. According to Marshall, the Dolphins will win.

"To: Media When we win Sunday please don't say the Giants didn't take us serious." Marshall tweeted from his verified Twitter account.

Marshall is making a bold prediction for the second time in three weeks. Before a Week 6 meeting with the New York Jets, he told reporters he would get into a fight with Bart Scott or Antonio Cromartie and his goal was to get ejected prior to halftime. Those predictions never came to fruition and Marshall later explained them as a joke.

Now, Marshall is predicting a win from his winless Dolphins.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning said the Dolphins, despite their 0-6 record, are no pushover.

"They've played in a lot of tight games," quarterback Eli Manning said earlier this week. "They could easily have several wins to their record right now. A lot of games coming into the fourth quarter and the opposing team just made some big plays to get wins. They play extremely hard. They have talent on both sides, and it's just a matter of we have to play smart football and know that we have to have a great day of execution and go out there and play well."    

-- For more Giants coverage, visit our team page, or our blog Big Blue View.

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