8. Alshon Jeffery, WR, (Overrated)
If anyone ever tries to tell you that Alshon Jeffery is still one of the best receivers in the NFL, you should rudely remind them that the last time Jeffery had more than 821 yards receiving was back in 2014. Over the last three seasons, Jeffery has had less than 60 catches and under 825 yards receiving; 42 players had more receptions than that, and 32 players had more receiving yards than that last year.
The only thing Jeffery should be known for is constantly being injured, having missed at least four games twice in the past three years, and starting out the 2018 season again recovering from an injury. As you’ve heard one million times, the best ability is availability. More often than not, Jeffery isn’t available.