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    'It was a little bit of a tactical error on my part,' Millen said. 'I had this fleeting dream that I thought maybe I could run a team.'
    Tom Brady has been known to, shall we say, whine to the officials about calls he thinks they missed.
    The last time we saw Peyton Manning on the turf at Sports Authority Field it was before Sunday night's game against the Patriots -- and he was in his civvies.
    The Patriots may have lost their first game of the season on Sunday night, but their long-term prognosis to make another deep playoff run remained intact
    Doug Baldwin and Markus Wheaton were the surprise contributors Sunday, but Scott White and Chris Towers have more to say about C.J. Anderson and Lamar Miller.
  • Offensive Matchup


    Defensive Matchup

  • San Francisco Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    11/29/15DTArik ArmsteadSHOULDERPROBABLE
    11/29/15WRAnquan BoldinHAMSTRINGPROBABLE
    11/29/15GAlex BooneTRICEPSPROBABLE
    11/29/15LBAhmad BrooksCONCUSSION, TOEQUESTIONABLEBrooks (personal) returned to the field Thursday, recording five tackles (two solo) and a pair of sacks in the loss to Seattle.

    Brooks had missed last week's contest to attend the funeral of his sister. He returned Thursday and the extra rest seemed to have given the veteran linebacker a boost. While this was a monster game, it has to be taken with a grain of salt, as the Seattle offensive line is, well, offensive.

    (Updated 10/23/2015)
    11/29/15TEGarrett CelekAnkleLEFTCelek was diagnosed with a high ankle sprain after Sunday's loss to the Cardinals.

    If Celek misses time beyond Week 12, which seems likely, there could be a few more targets available for top tight end Vance McDonald, who caught six passes for 71 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's game. No. 3 tight end Blake Bell would also be in line for a bigger role, after catching three passes for 67 yards Sunday afternoon.

    (Updated 11/29/2015)
    11/29/15RBCarlos HydeFOOTOUTHyde (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, CSN Bay Area reports.

    Hyde still hasn't played since Week 7 and is no lock to suit up again this season. Shaun Draughn will continue to lead the San Francisco backfield, with Kendall Gaskins and Travaris Cadet working in reserve. Draughn played nearly all of the offensive snaps in Week 11 against the Seahawks.

    (Updated 11/27/2015)
    11/29/15DTTony Jerod-EddieHIPPROBABLE
    11/29/15GErik PearsKNEEPROBABLE
    11/29/15CBKeith ReaserANKLEPROBABLE
    11/29/15SJaquiski TarttKNEEPROBABLE
    11/16/15WRDeAndre SmelterUndisclosedNFISmelter (knee) is slated to practice this week, the San Jose Mercury News reports.

    Smelter will remain on the 49ers' Reserve/Non-Football Injury list for now, as the team has a three-week window in which to evaluate whether or not to officially add the wideout to the team's 53-man active roster.

    (Updated 11/16/2015)
    Seattle Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    11/29/15WRDoug BaldwinANKLEPROBABLE
    11/29/15TGarry GilliamANKLEPROBABLE
    11/29/15LBBruce IrvinKNEEDOUBTFUL
    11/29/15CPatrick LewisANKLEQUESTIONABLE
    11/29/15RBMarshawn LynchABDOMENOUTLynch underwent sports hernia surgery Wednesday and will be out three to four weeks, the Seattle Times reports.

    Coach Pete Carroll didn't rule out that Lynch could be done for the season, but he said doctors were "very optimistic" that they fixed the issue and that Lynch can return quickly. Thomas Rawls will start while Lynch is out.

    (Updated 11/25/2015)
    11/29/15RBThomas RawlsKNEEPROBABLE
    11/29/15WRPaul RichardsonHAMSTRINGOUTRichardson (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.

    Richardson will miss a second consecutive game after finally making his first appearance of the season in Week 10. Even if he returns healthy within the next few weeks, he'll likely just be the fourth or fifth wide receiver.

    (Updated 11/27/2015)
    11/29/15GJ.R. SweezySHOULDERPROBABLE
    11/16/15DLJesse WilliamsUndisclosedNFISeahawks defensive tackle Jesse Williams had surgery on May 28 for a papillary type 2 cancer, on Thursday he announced via his Twitter account that he has been cleared to begin working out.
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