In just his second year, Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (1, 109 receiving yards) has quickly set up himself as one of the league’s best — and also cheapest wide receiving threats when looking at productivity vs . salary.
For example , let’s look at the Bears:
While Jeffery only will pull in 9. 6 percent of the salary the Texans’ Andre Johnson will be paid this season ($10, 527, 918 cap hit), he’s caught the same number of touchdowns (5) and is within a catch or two of overtaking Johnson for your third spot in receiving yards.