Despite the inclement weather and a two-hour delay for the severe storms, Jeffery chipped in with seven catches for 83 yards on 11 targets and added 17 rushing yards on three end-around carries. Whether the conditions are sunny, or brutal, it remains clear that head coach Marc Trestman is committed to getting his physical second-year receiver the football.
Fantasy Spin: Blessed with a rare combination of size and speed, Jeffery has polished his game significantly in year No. 2 and has emerged as one of the better receivers in the NFL. The Bears have certainly taken notice, and have in return rewarded Jeffery with three consecutive games of over 10 targets.
In Week 12, expect more of the same versus a porous St. Louis Rams secondary, which is a game that Jeffery and his counterpart Brandon Marshall will present constant mismatches. Jeffery is a WR2 next week and beyond.