Owens leads the Bengals in receiving with 564 yards with three touchdowns, while Marshall tops the Dolphins with 524 receiving yards with one touchdown.
Brandon is averaging 83.7 receiving yards per game on the road so far this season and will be looking to improve on his touchdown total at Paul Brown Stadium. Meanwhile, Owens needs one 100-yard receiving game to surpass Don Maynard for 4th-most in NFL history with 51, and Ochocinco just passed Carl Pickens with his franchise-best 64th touchdown catch last week against the Falcons.
Brandon met with the media to talk about his wide receiver counterparts in Cincinnati, how he has studied game film of T.O. to help improve his own game, and he gives us his thoughts on how he thinks the duo stacks up all-time.
You can watch the media availability for Brandon here:
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