In his second season with the Eagles, Alshon Jeffrey put up some decent numbers as Philly’s No. 1 wide receiver, very similar to the season before. He caught 65 passes for 843 yards and six touchdowns. Jeffrey will continue that role this year and might be helped out by the addition of Desean Jackson as a deep threat. Jeffrey is not a speedster, but is an excellent jump ball and red zone receiver.
Although Jeffrey is an important part of the offense, the Eagles passing game revolves around the tight ends. And Jackson could help attract attention away from Jeffrey, but he also could take away targets and receptions.
2019 Bottom Line
You can expect similar numbers for Jeffrey in 2019 as he put up the last two seasons for the Eagles - 65 catches and over 800 receiving yards. His ADP is 68 and that is about where he should be drafted. Feel comfortable taking him around the sixth round as a WR3.