The Bears haven't had a great start to the season. They've started the year 1-5 and have only managed a 3 point win at home against the Lions. Last week the team blew a lead and lost to the Jaguars at home. The poor start to the Bears season has coincided with a notable decrease in Alshon Jeffery's production, who has recorded more than 100 receiving yards just once this season. The Bears poor start to the season and Alshon's weak production make it worth trading for the elite Bears wide receiver.

1. Minnesota Vikings.

A divisional rival getting Alshon? It only makes sense. The Vikings have just one star receiver in Stefon Diggs and even he has been plagued by declining production and an injury.

Jeffery would give Sam Bradford an elite number one wide receiver and would add immensely to a team that has its sights set on a Super Bowl this year.

2. Buffalo Bills.

Sammy Watkins' injury has left the Bills with two main options in the passing game. Robert Woods and Charles Clay are serviceable players, but certainly aren't enough for the Bills to have an elite passing game. Jeffery would give Tyrod Taylor a legit number one target and would immediately become the best wide receiver in the Bills offense.

3. San Diego Chargers.

Philip Rivers is doing the best he can with the receiver group that he has, but could do a lot more with Alshon Jeffery in the offense. Travis Benjamin and Tyrell Williams have done the best job they can, but could use a guy like Jeffery to open up the offense even further.

4. Cleveland Browns.

They might be 0-6, but that doesn't mean the Browns can't be exciting. Terrelle Pryor is the only receiver on the Browns who has actually produced this year and is currently struggling through an injury. That opens the door for a receiver like Alshon Jeffery, who wouldmake the Browns offense infinitely more exciting.

The Browns could easily trade one of the many draft picks acquire this season to get Alshon at this point in the season.

5. New York Jets.

The Jets have proven that they are a joke without Eric Decker. The Jets were destroyed by the Cardinals on Monday night Football and had no semblance of an offense in the game.

A reason? The only legitimate receiver in the system is Brandon Marshall. Jeffery would give the Jets that quality secondary receiver that they are desperately seeking right now.

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