October 08, 2013
In the last two weeks, Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery has averaged over 21 yards per catch.
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Flood: Brandon Marshall said, "I've always said this guy could be the best to ever do it," when asked about Jeffery's 10 catches for 218 yards and a touchdown in Week 5. If you play in a league with Brandon Marshall, sell high. You obviously shouldn't expect another performance like that anytime soon. But he's easily capable of producing second wide receiver numbers with monster weeks sprinkled in. Jeffery has all the tools to succeed and Jay Cutler is growing more comfortable with him each week. He was on every fantasy sleeper list this preseason for a reason.

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