CB - GB
Week 2 Outlook
Jaire Alexander became the fifth player in the last 20 years to record a sack, interception, and safety in a single game.
After the Packers got stopped on 4th down at the goal line, Alexander came off the edge on a corner blitz to sack Kirk Cousins for a safety. That ended up being one of the biggest plays in the game with the Packers next possession leading to their first touchdown of the season. Alexander also added an interception to his stat line right before halftime which also led to another Packers TD. The young cornerback will look to continue his success next week at home against the Lions.
Jaire Alexander racked up eight solo tackles and an interception during Sunday’s 21-13 win over the Bears.
Alexander has 51 total tackles and two interceptions through Week 15. He can be left on waivers in most situations and is only a matchup dependent player.
Jaire Alexander recorded four total tackles (three solo) against the Jets before exiting with a groin injury.
It didn't take long for the Jets to take advantage of Alexander's absense as shortly after the rookie corner left Sam Darnold hit Robbie Anderson for a 33-yard score. Alexander, if he can play, will end his rookie season next week against the Lions.
Jaire Alexander recorded 10 total tackles (all solo) in the Packers' win over the Atlanta Falcons.
Coming off his weakest fantasy performance of the season, Alexander bounced back big against the Falcons, collecting a career-high 10 total tackles. Next up on the slate for Alexander is a road trip to Chicago to play the Bears, a team he collected three total tackles against in his first NFL game.
Jaire Alexander recorded seven tackles (six solo) in the Packers' loss to the Vikings on Sunday Night Football.
While Alexander hasn't grabbed an interception since Week 4, he's made up for it by collecting 29 tackles in five games since the Packers' bye week. Alexander is worth roster consideration in redraft leagues and is a great dynasty own.