Chicago Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery had his fourth 100-yard game of the season Sunday. He and teammate Brandon Marshall both eclipsed the century mark, but it wasn't enough as the Bears lost to the Detroit Lions, 21-19.
Jeffery had more than 100 yards for the fourth time in his last six games (including a huge 218-yard game in Week 5 against the New Orleans Saints), catching nine balls for 114 yards. He added five rushing yards on two carries, and had a touchdown turned into an incomplete pass on replay review late in the game.
Fantasy impact: Jeffery only had 104 receiving yards through the season's first three games, but since he's become a significant part of the Chicago offense, he's been a significant part of fantasy offenses as well. He's tied for 11th in fantasy production among wide receivers on the season, with 34 total fantasy points in his last three games.
Jeffery is probably a WR2 in fantasy going forward, though he perhaps would only be a flex in some matchups. Either way, he's almost always a must-start.