Jeffery’s breakout sophomore campaign continued Monday night against Dallas, and Jeffery is now fifth in the league in receiving yards with 1,193. He’ll look for another highlight reel grab Sunday at Cleveland.
Jeffery has enjoyed single coverage for much of the year as teams consistently game plan for Brandon Marshall on the other side. Marshall is expected to be shadowed by Joe Haden on Sunday, leaving the rest of the Browns secondary to cover Jeffery. He may see more double teams than usual, so start Jeffery as a WR2 and hope for top tier production.
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