Chicago wide receiver Brandon Marshall: Saints-Bears should be moved off Monday Night Football _lowres

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall adjusts his headset before talking with ESPN 1000 radio hosts Tom Wadle and Marc Silverman during their show on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014, in Algonquin, Ill. Marshall was released from the hospital on Sunday, after he fractured two ribs and injured a lung during the team’s 41-28 loss to the Cowboys on Thursday, Dec. 4. The Bears placed him on the injured reserve list, officially ending his season. (AP Photo/Northwest Herald, H. Rick Bamman) MANDATORY CREDIT

The New Orleans Saints-Chicago Bears matchup pitting two 5-8 teams isn't worthy of a primetime Monday Night Football matchup. At least that's how Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall feels.

In fact, Marshall told Chicago radio station ESPN 100 this week that he thinks the game should be moved from its timeslot.

"Yeah, they should take us both off 'Monday Night Football,'" Marshall said, according to an ESPN report.

Both the Bears and the Saints entered the season with high expectations. Chicago was eliminated from playoff contention this past Sunday. The Saints are still tied atop the NFC South with the Atlanta Falcons.