San Francisco 49ers

Stadium: Levi's Stadium | Coach: Kyle Shanahan
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense31st126.2 (4th)181.9 (32nd)
Defense32nd165.9 (32nd)240.5 (14th)


Mon Sep 12
W 28 - 0LAR
Sun Sep 18
L 46 - 27at CAR
Sun Sep 25
L 37 - 18at SEA
Sun Oct 2
L 24 - 17DAL
Thu Oct 6
L 33 - 21ARI
Sun Oct 16
L 45 - 16at BUF
Sun Oct 23
L 34 - 17TB
Sun Nov 6
L 41 - 23NO
Sun Nov 13
L 23 - 20at ARI
Sun Nov 20
L 30 - 17NE
Sun Nov 27
L 31 - 24at MIA
Sun Dec 4
L 26 - 6at CHI
Sun Dec 11
L 23 - 17NYJ
Sun Dec 18
L 41 - 13at ATL
Sat Dec 24
W 22 - 21at LAR
Sun Jan 1
L 25 - 23SEA


Los Angeles4-12-02-4-0
San Francisco2-14-02-4-0
49ers' Dekoda Watson: Heading to San Francisco
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Watson signed a three-year contract with the 49ers on Friday.

Watson, who's struggled to stay healthy the past few years, strung together a full, 16-game season with the Broncos in 2016 and wound up leading the team with 11 special teams tackles. While he could theoretically carve out a rotational role at linebacker this summer, look for him to do most of his work for the Niners on special teams.

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49ers' Colin Kaepernick: Still facing uncertain NFL future
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

49ers general manager John Lynch acknowledged that the team is unlikely to re-sign Kaepernick, who recently opted out of the final year of his contract, The San Jose Mercury News reports.

Kaepernick's decision to opt out was seemingly made for non-financial reasons, as he walked away from $14.5 million without any assurance of finding a similar deal. A return to San Francisco at a lower price was initially considered possible, but it seems highly unlikely now that the team has added Brian Hoyer and Matt Barkley. Kaepernick put up decent numbers for a woeful 49ers squad last season, but his injury history, social activism and track record of inconsistent performance are all factors that may dissuade teams from taking a shot on the 29-year-old. He should still eventually be able to find work as a backup -- or for a chance to compete for a starting job -- assuming he's willing to settle for a much smaller salary than he's grown accustomed to.

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49ers' Chris Jones: Re-signs with 49ers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jones re-signed with the 49ers on a one-year deal Thursday, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.

Jones played only six games for the 49ers in 2016, recording 17 combined tackles. He was claimed off of waivers by San Francisco last season after Arik Armstead went down with a shoulder injury. Jones will provide depth for the 49ers' defensive line.

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49ers' Jeremy Zuttah: Traded to San Francisco
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Zuttah was traded to the 49ers on Wednesday.

Correcting a previous report, Zuttah was not released by the Ravens but instead traded to the Niners in order for Baltimore to move up 12 picks in the sixth round of the upcoming draft. The move also frees up $4.6 million in cap space this offseason. Still a quality center at 30 years of age, Zuttah should open the 2017 season in the starting lineup and, in turn, provide a slight boost to Carlos Hyde's fantasy stock.

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49ers' Vance McDonald: Could face competition this year
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McDonald (shoulder) could face competition from Garrett Celek, Blake Bell and free-agent addition Logan Paulsen, reports.

McDonald signed a five-year, $35 million extension in December, but he promptly suffered a broken scapula, and the 49ers then underwent a regime change. While the hefty contract still provides clear incentive to use McDonald in a key role, it didn't prevent the team from signing both Paulsen and fullback/H-Back Kyle Juszczyk. It's quickly become clear the team's new leadership isn't pleased with the personnel left behind, as the Niners also added wideouts Pierre Garcon, Marquise Goodwin and Aldrick Robinson -- opting for quantity rather than big-name signings in free agency. McDonald is still the favorite to serve as the top pass-catching tight end, but between the shoulder injury and the organizational changes, his outlook is unquestionably murky. On the bright side, San Francisco also added QB Brian Hoyer, who should be an upgrade on last year's hideous duo of Blaine Gabbert and Colin Kaepernick. The Niners might still add another veteran signal-caller or use a high draft pick on the position.

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