Alshon Jeffery, WR Chicago Bears

2014 Strength of Schedule - CHI
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
32
BUF
10
@SF
26
@NYJ
15
GB
4
@CAR
29
@ATL
5
MIA
7
@NE
BYE15
@GB
21
MIN
30
TB
28
@DET
23
DAL
6
NO
28
DET
21
@MIN

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2013 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnaps%
1CIN542088.400000-56/6488%
2MIN1110511.002300015.0061/6791%
3PIT751087.290000-42/6268%
4DET510711121.401270027.0070/7297%
5NO1021811321.800000-53/5695%
6NYG1270527.001150015.0056/6882%
7WAS41050726.25216008.0049/5589%
8BYE------------
9GB5601912.0011001.0073/7795%
10DET911401812.6725002.5072/7596%
11BAL78301111.86317005.6761/6298%
12STL4420810.5014004.0070/7989%
13MIN1224921520.7510000.0063/6695%
14DAL5841916.801-700-7.0069/7296%
15CLE5721514.401-300-3.0064/6796%
16PHI6760912.670000-53/6582%
17GB3800826.670001-50/50100%
Totals891421714915.9716105016.56962/105791%

Most Recent News

Jets WR Stephen Hill firmly on the bubble

Thursday, August 28, 2014, 1:31pm

NJ.com - [Full Article]

WR Stephen Hill not only doesn't play special teams, he also did not impress very much this summer. Couple those factors with Rex Ryan's lukewarm comments about Hill on Tuesday, and you have a second-round draft pick who isn't going to make it into this third season with the Jets.

Fantasy Impact:
The Jets famously took Hill two picks ahead of Alshon Jeffery. Now it looks like Hill may get cut.

Scouting Report

Fantasy Upside

Alshon Jeffery came on strong during his sophomore season. Injuries slowed down his progress during his rookie campaign, but the former second-round receiver is on the up-and-up.

Even with the presence of Brandon Marshall, Jeffery was able to finish 11th in the league in targets. He finished ahead of guys like Jimmy Graham and Demaryius Thomas.

He’s a talented player who gets production as defenses focus in on Matt Forte and Marshall.

Fantasy Downside

We only have one year of good production to go on with Jeffery. We’ve seen receivers in the past have one good year and then disappear from fantasy relevance. Michael Clayton had a stellar rookie season for Tampa (80 rec., 1,193 yards, 7 TD) and failed to even have a 500-yard season the rest of his career.

Jeffery is also the second guy in command after Marshall. This leads to less receptions and touchdowns for Jeffery.

Bottom Line

Jeffery is in a good system with a good quarterback and should continue to have success. He may be second in command after Marshall, but he finished with more receiving yards than his teammate last season.

The Bears have a pair of WR1s this season.