"I absolutely hate the matchup. It's like playing chess out there with him. Every single play is a battle. He just makes you work so hard."
"I'll go with Brandon Marshall," Carr said. "I've faced him a lot of times throughout my career. That would be a good matchup. But I guess we'll see who checks who on Monday."
The difficulty in differentiating the two receivers is muddied because teams continue to roll coverage toward Marshall and allow Jeffery to dominate one-on-one matchups.
"Teams now have to play fair," Marshall said. "He's starting to put on tape and show the NFL that the Chicago Bears have two wide receivers that can dominate, so if you want to double me or roll coverage, Alshon is going to be on the other side, licking his chops and taking advantage of each opportunity."
At some point, coaches will have to adjust. Jeffery's combination of size and speed are a mismatch on any team's No. 2 cornerback.
We could see a matchup Monday in which Carr takes on Marshall one-on-one and the Cowboys' defense rolls an extra defender toward Jeffery.