The Packers will almost assuredly double team Brandon Marshall on Monday night, meaning Alshon…
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall saw the potential of his pass-catching teammate Alshon Jeffery last season. The second-year wideout flashed serious playmaking ability but injuries forced him to miss six games and never allowed him to find a rhythm. As a result, Marshall invited Jeffery to work out with him in Florida this offseason. That extra work has helped Jeffery stay healthy and active in Marc Trestman's offense. Through nine games, Jeffery has caught 47 passes for 735 yards and 3 TDs, while Marshall has 60 catches for 786 yards and 8 TDs. Their combined 1,521 yards is the most by a wide receiver duo in the league, ahead of Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker in Denver (1,514), DeSean Jackson and Riley Cooper in Philadelphia (1,458), and A.J. Green and Marvin Jones in Cincinnati (1,450). "Numbers don't lie," Marshall...
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