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With the trading of Brandon Marshall to the Jets, Jeffery will now assume the role of the Bears No. 1 wide receiver. A role that he's been groomed for over the last several years. While the Bears offense took a step back in 2014, Jeffery was still able to set a career-high in touchdown receptions (10) while seeing his receptions and receiving yardage dip from career highs in 2013. The arrival of John Fox and his run-based offense will scare many a fantasy owner, but we need only look at Steve Smith, Sr. and his years of solid production under John Fox while in Carolina to know that we have nothing to worry about here. It's Jeffery's time to shine and we believe he'll do just that.
I don't know if anyone reads this sub forum anymore. Last post was in December.
But this isn't really fantasy relevant news, except I guess it cuts the Bears' false starts in half. At least. So that's nice.
Starting oline: Omiyale-Williams-Garza-Louis-Webb. Tice said Edwin Williams would have played C for the first team but he's not available until next Thursday.
Carimi is rolling with the 2nd team. That's pretty normal under Lovie--nobody is handed ...
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