Alshon Jeffery needs to be a factor in the playoffs. I've admittedly been more bullish on Jeffery than others, and I'm the first to admit he hasn't been nearly as productive this season as I expected. (I thought 80 catches, 1,100 yards, eight touchdowns. He finished with 57 catches, 789 yards, nine touchdowns.) But he's their top target on the outside and will be important if Nick Foles rebounds. Jeffery hasn't had a 100-yard receiving game this season, so it's tough to predict he'll reach that mark until he shows he can. But when he scores, it usually means the Eagles' offense is clicking. Consider this: The Eagles average 34.4 points when Jeffery scores and 22.8 points when he doesn't. I'd feed him the ball and trust him to make the plays. The Eagles paid Jeffery to be their top receiver — this is a chance for him to prove he is.