CHI

Alshon Jeffery, WR Chicago Bears

Rankings

ADP: 21
Standard Scoring: WR7
PPR Scoring: WR8
Depth Chart Rank: 2

Strength of Schedule
Classic WR Cheat Sheet
Sortable WR Projections

Notes: Jeffery had a breakout sophomore campaign, finishing #9 in total points and #11 in PPG. The only concern is that Jay Cutler favored Brandon Marshall a bit more (29.0%/25.1% in percent of targets) than did Josh McCown (27.2%/26.8%). In other words, Jeffery got a slightly (~1.7%) smaller share of targets with Cutler under center. Still, entering his third year, he’s a player on the rise and should see plenty of work in 2014 in Marc Trestman’s pass-happy offense.

2014 Strength of Schedule - CHI

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
32
BUF
10
@SF
26
@NYJ
15
GB
4
@CAR
29
@ATL
5
MIA
7
@NE

BYE
15
@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

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

June 25, 2014, 8:18am

ESPN - [Full Article]

Patriots beat writer Mike Reiss was asked to compare WR Aaron Dobson to other NFL receivers: "...two players who come to mind a little bit from an athletic and outside-receiver perspective are San Diego's Malcom Floyd and Chicago's Alshon Jeffery. There's a gap there between the two -- Jeffery is the better player -- and that's the range in which I peg Dobson's potential."


Fantasy Impact:
As a rookie, Dobson caught a respectable 37 passes for 519 yards and four touchdowns, but he flashed some big play ability in his 5-130-2 outing against the Steelers in early November. His FP/T (1.05) was average, but if he can beat out Brandon LaFell and Kenbrell Thompkins for a starting job, he should produce with Tom Brady throwing the ball. He only played 63% of the snaps as a rookie.