CHI

Alshon Jeffery, WR Chicago Bears

2014 Strength of Schedule - CHI

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
4
BUF
15
@SF
31
@NYJ
11
GB
5
@CAR
16
@ATL
9
MIA
23
@NE

BYE
11
@GB
32
MIN
30
TB
29
@DET
24
DAL
10
NO
29
DET
32
@MIN

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

2013 Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnapsSnap%
1CIN542088.40000-56/6488%
2MIN1110511.02300015.061/6791%
3PIT751087.30000-42/6268%
4DET510711121.41270027.070/7297%
5NO1021811321.80000-53/5695%
6NYG1270527.01150015.056/6882%
7WAS41050726.2216008.049/5589%
8BYE------------
9GB5601912.011001.073/7795%
10DET911401812.725002.572/7596%
11BAL78301111.9317005.761/6298%
12STL4420810.514004.070/7989%
13MIN1224921520.810000.063/6695%
14DAL5841916.81-700-7.069/7296%
15CLE5721514.41-300-3.064/6796%
16PHI6760912.70000-53/6582%
17GB3800826.70001-50/50100%
Totals891421714916.016105016.6962/105791%

Most Recent News

Marquess Wilson penciled in as Bears WR3
March 23, 2014, 2:42pm

Chicago Tribune - [Full Article]

Marc Trestman said the Chicago Bears are not "anointing" Marquess Wilson as the No. 3 receiver in the offense, but the coach hopes the second-year player can develop like Alshon Jeffery did a year ago.

Wilson apparently will get the first shot at replacing Earl Bennett, who was released Tuesday after declining to take a pay cut. It creates a sizeable void in the offense. Bennett was only fifth on the team in receptions with 32, but he was on the field for 51.2 percent of the snaps.

That means the Bears must replace Bennett’s playing time with a new wide receiver or make a subtle shift in the offense and not rely on three-receiver sets as often. Wilson, a seventh-round pick last year from Washington State, has a wide-open opportunity.

“I think he showed that we can work with him and develop him,” Trestman said Sunday at the NFL owners’ meeting. “He’s got the football intelligence that we’re looking for and the ability to be flexible within the offense. He was consistent. So we’ll see how it goes. We’re not anointing people at this point in time. He’s going to have a chance to compete and be a part of what we do after Alshon and Brandon (Marshall). We’ll see how it goes. We’ve got a long way to go but we like (Wilson) and we’re excited about him to develop him and work him.”


Fantasy Impact:
Bennett wasn't much of a fantasy factor, and there probably aren't enough targets to go around to make Wilson fantasy-relevant (top 60) in 2014, though he looks like a good prospect in dynasty formats. He'll be a good handcuff for either Brandon Marshall or Alshon Jeffery in deeper leagues.