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Alshon-jeffery

Season Schedule

  • Week 1 - Sep 07

    BUF @ CHI

  • Week 2 - Sep 14

    CHI @ SF

  • Week 3 - Sep 22

    CHI @ NYJ

  • Week 4 - Sep 28

    GB @ CHI

  • Week 5 - Oct 05

    CHI @ CAR

  • Week 6 - Oct 12

    CHI @ ATL

  • Week 7 - Oct 19

    MIA @ CHI

  • Week 8 - Oct 26

    CHI @ NE

  • Week 9 - Nov 02

    bye

  • Week 10 - Nov 09

    CHI @ GB

  • Week 11 - Nov 16

    MIN @ CHI

  • Week 12 - Nov 23

    TB @ CHI

  • Week 13 - Nov 27

    CHI @ DET

  • Week 14 - Dec 04

    DAL @ CHI

  • Week 15 - Dec 15

    NO @ CHI

  • Week 16 - Dec 21

    DET @ CHI

  • Week 17 - Dec 28

    CHI @ MIN

  • Week 1 - Sep 09

    IND 21 @ CHI 41

  • Week 2 - Sep 13

    CHI 10 @ GB 23

  • Week 3 - Sep 23

    STL 6 @ CHI 23

  • Week 5 - Oct 01

    CHI 34 @ DAL 18

  • Week 6 - Oct 14

    bye

  • Week 8 - Oct 22

    DET @ CHI

  • Week 9 - Nov 04

    CHI @ TEN

  • Week 10 - Nov 11

    HOU @ CHI

  • Week 12 - Nov 19

    CHI @ SF

  • Week 13 - Dec 02

    SEA @ CHI

    89 receptions

    1,421 rec yards

    7 TDs

    105 rush yards

    0 TDs

  • Week 1 - Sep 11

    ATL 12 @ CHI 30

  • Week 2 - Sep 18

    CHI 13 @ NO 30

  • Week 3 - Sep 25

    GB 27 @ CHI 17

  • Week 4 - Oct 02

    CAR 29 @ CHI 34

  • Week 5 - Oct 10

    CHI 13 @ DET 24

  • Week 6 - Oct 16

    MIN 10 @ CHI 39

  • Week 7 - Oct 23

    CHI 24 @ TB 18

  • Week 8 - Oct 30

    bye

  • Week 9 - Nov 07

    CHI 30 @ PHI 24

  • Week 10 - Nov 13

    DET 13 @ CHI 37

  • Week 11 - Nov 20

    SD 20 @ CHI 31

  • Week 12 - Nov 27

    CHI 20 @ OAK 25

  • Week 13 - Dec 04

    KC 10 @ CHI 3

  • Week 14 - Dec 11

    CHI 10 @ DEN 13

  • Week 15 - Dec 18

    SEA 38 @ CHI 14

  • Week 16 - Dec 25

    CHI 21 @ GB 35

  • Week 1 - Sep 12

    DET 14 @ CHI 19

  • Week 2 - Sep 19

    CHI 27 @ DAL 20

  • Week 3 - Sep 27

    GB 17 @ CHI 20

  • Week 4 - Oct 03

    CHI 3 @ NYG 17

  • Week 5 - Oct 10

    CHI 23 @ CAR 6

  • Week 6 - Oct 17

    SEA 23 @ CHI 20

  • Week 7 - Oct 24

    WAS 17 @ CHI 14

  • Week 8 - Oct 31

    bye

  • Week 9 - Nov 07

    CHI 22 @ BUF 19

  • Week 10 - Nov 14

    MIN 13 @ CHI 27

  • Week 11 - Nov 18

    CHI 16 @ MIA 0

  • Week 12 - Nov 28

    PHI 26 @ CHI 31

  • Week 13 - Dec 05

    CHI 24 @ DET 20

  • Week 14 - Dec 12

    NE 36 @ CHI 7

  • Week 15 - Dec 20

    CHI 40 @ MIN 14

  • Week 16 - Dec 26

    NYJ 34 @ CHI 38

  • Week 17 - Jan 02

    CHI 3 @ GB 10

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Jeffery dominates the Go Route

What makes Jeffery so effective on the Go route is is size and body control. He may not leave defensive backs in his dust off the line, but he's big enough to run through press coverage, he's just fast enough to get deep, and then he uses his size to shield defenders away from the ball while he uses his 36.5' vertical leap to high point the ball.

Here's what Palazzolo said about Jeffery.

Although perhaps not the first name to come to mind as the top receiver on go routes given his lack of elite top-end speed, Jeffery broke out in 2013 and did so by making plays down the field. Even while playing last season with two different quarterbacks, Jay Cutler and Josh McCown, Jeffery used his body well to shield defenders on his way to 15 receptions for 469 yards (31.3 yards per reception) on the go route.

Pyro's take: Jeffery is an impact receiver, and even more effective in leagues that reward for long touchdowns. The Bears offense should find even more ways to put Alshon's talents on display, in their second year in the system.

Marshall is going to be running more of the underneath routes, while Jeffery is the man when it comes to the Bears airing it out. Alshon is a highlight reel waiting to happen with his body control and his ability to high point the football. Currently he is one of the best in the game at that as well.

07/08/14, 09:45 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.windycitygridiron.com

Jeffery and Haden to rekindle SEC rivalry

Star cornerback Joe Haden will line up Sunday against Jeffery or Brandon Marshall.

Jeffery wasn’t sure where Haden would line up — “We’ll see when we get out there on the field,” he said — but he respects the fourth-year player who’s on his way to his first Pro Bowl.

“I played against him in college; he’s pretty good,” Jeffery said.

In 2009, Jeffery had six catches for 57 yards against Haden’s Florida Gators as a freshman.

“He covers well in man-to-man coverage,” coach Marc Trestman said. “He takes chances, but oftentimes those chances are very successful.

“He’s a physical guy at the line of scrimmage. He’s not afraid to get his hands on you, and he can make plays, certainly.”



Pyro's take: Jeffery has been a beast this season, and has set the Bears franchise record for receiving yards twice this season. Unfortunately, he will not break it for a third time this week.

Joe Haden is going to be splitting time between Jeffery and Marshall so there will be opportunities for the second year standout to make some plays. Alshon has also showed that he has a unique ability to high-point the ball and make a catch with his vice grip hands.

The other benefit Jeffery has is that he is so young he might not know that he is supposed to struggle in this one. Jeffery will have a tougher time in this game, but if you own him you know you are starting him.

12/14/13, 05:40 PM CST by Houdini
Source: www.suntimes.com

Jeffery and Marshall looking to exploit Cowboys defense

Scandrick stood in front of his locker and was asked to assess Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, Chicago’s prolific receiving tandem. One reporter specifically wanted to know if Scandrick thought they were best duo of pass catchers the Cowboys have faced this season.

“As far as the way they’re playing now?” Scandrick responded. “Yeah, easily.”

This season, the Cowboys have been torched by tall receivers as heralded as Johnson and as unaccomplished as Oakland’s Andre Holmes. But by and large, those wideouts were the only players on their team hammering away at the Cowboys’ secondary.

The 6-foot-4 Marshall and the 6-3 Jeffery, on the other hand, do damage at the same time. They are a pair of wrecking balls capable of destroying any pass defense and certainly one as vulnerable as the Cowboys’ has been at times this season.

“It’s like an NBA team getting off the bus,” Cowboys defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin said with a hint of awe. “Good gosh, they’re all power forwards. You know they can run and jump.”

Their athleticism combined with their size gives them an advantage over smaller defensive backs and slower linebackers who drop into coverage.

“All of their weapons, the guys who make a lot of plays on the ball are big, strong guys who are long,” added Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. “They have good ball skills, and they make those contested catches. You just have to compete. You have to do a good job at the line of scrimmage and certainly at the point of the catch.”

That will be a challenge. After all, the Cowboys’ pass defense, which has allowed only 409 net yards and two touchdowns in the past two games, is still ranked 31st in the NFL and has been victimized repeatedly by players with a height advantage.

In fact, five of the eight players who have collected 100 or more receiving yards in a game against the Cowboys stand between 6-4 and 6-5. Every member of Dallas’ secondary is 6-2 or shorter.

Pyro's take: Dallas could be in for a long cold night on Monday. Jeffery and Marshall have been dominant over the past five weeks. They have combined stats of 69 catches for 998 yards and 7 touchdowns during that span.

The Cowboys are going to have to contend with the bitter cold, an expected 10 degrees at kickoff, as well as huge receivers who are hard to bring down. These receivers have not missed a beat since McCown has taken over, and you can expect McCown to target them a lot on Monday. Over the past 5 weeks Marshall and Jeffery have been targeted 117 times. If you have Jeffery or Marshall you can feel very comfortable starting them this week.

12/07/13, 01:12 PM CST by Houdini
Source: www.dallasnews.com

Alshon Jeffery ready to step up in 2013

Alshon Jeffery has been working hard in the offseason to improve his craft at the wide receiver position and in fact, Jeffery spent six weeks of the offseason working with Brandon Marshall at Marshall's training facility, Fit Speed in Weston, Fla. Marshall said Jeffery's body fat got down to 8 percent at 215 pounds.

"He's like a sponge," said Marshall, a four-time Pro Bowler. "I say, 'Hey bro, this is how you take care of your body.' So he's eating right. Got a chef. Seeing a chiropractor. Getting massages. Studying film. Working out hard. I can't say enough about what he put in."

Pyro's take: Jeffery has dedicated himself this offseason and the results are already showing in training camp. Cutler made a high throw to the back of the endzone in practice and according to the Chicago Tribune "Jeffery could not have gotten any higher if he were doing chin-ups on the crossbar."

This is a big opportunity for Jeffery to make an impact in his second season with the Bears. The Bears are going to be a much more explosive offense under coach Trestmen and Jeffery should see plenty of one on one coverages during the season.

Taking a Bears receiver in your fantasy draft not named Brandon Marshall may seem like a bad idea, but Jeffery is starting to turn heads in Chicago.

08/02/13, 12:30 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: articles.chicagotribune.com

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