|Offense||28th||133.2 (6th)||178.3 (32nd)|
|Defense||4th||104.0 (10th)||204.0 (4th)|
|81||Boldin, Anquan||WR||6-1||220||10/3/1980||11||Florida State|
|75||Boone, Alex||G||6-8||300||5/4/1987||4||Ohio State|
|53||Bowman, NaVorro||ILB||6-0||242||5/28/1988||4||Penn State|
|26||Brock, Tramaine||CB||5-10||197||8/20/1988||4||Belhaven College|
|95||Carradine, Cornellius||DE||6-4||273||2/18/1989||R||Florida State|
|88||Celek, Garrett||TE||6-5||252||5/29/1988||2||Michigan State|
|15||Crabtree, Michael||WR||6-1||214||9/14/1987||5||Texas Tech|
|43||Dahl, Craig||SS||6-1||212||6/17/1985||6||North Dakota State|
|24||Dixon, Anthony||RB||6-1||233||9/24/1987||4||Mississippi State|
|90||Dorsey, Glenn||NT||6-1||297||8/1/1985||6||Louisiana State|
|21||Gore, Frank||RB||5-9||217||5/14/1983||9||Miami (Fla.)|
|32||Hunter, Kendall||RB||5-7||199||9/16/1988||3||Oklahoma State|
|63||Jerod-Eddie, Tony||DE||6-5||301||3/29/1990||2||Texas A&M|
|67||Kilgore, Daniel||G||6-3||308||12/18/1987||3||Appalachian State|
|38||Lattimore, Marcus||RB||5-11||221||10/29/1991||R||South Carolina|
|78||Looney, Joe||G||6-3||315||8/31/1990||2||Wake Forest|
|64||Marquardt, Luke||T||6-8||315||3/23/1990||R||Azusa Pacific|
|49||Miller, Bruce||FB||6-2||248||8/6/1987||3||Central Florida|
|54||Moody, Nick||OLB||6-1||236||1/29/1990||R||Florida State|
|40||Morris, Darryl||DB||5-10||188||9/4/1990||R||Texas State|
|14||Osgood, Kassim||WR||6-5||220||5/20/1980||11||San Diego State|
|11||Patton, Quinton||WR||6-0||204||8/9/1990||R||Louisiana Tech|
|35||Reid, Eric||FS||6-1||213||12/10/1991||R||Louisiana State|
|51||Skuta, Dan||OLB||6-2||250||4/21/1986||5||Grand Valley State|
|74||Staley, Joe||T||6-5||315||8/30/1984||7||Central Michigan|
|31||Whitner, Donte||SS||5-10||208||7/24/1985||8||Ohio State|
|30||Wright, Eric||DB||5-10||200||7/24/1985||7||Nevada-Las Vegas|
|13||Carswell, Brandon (IR)||WR||6-1||201||5/22/1989||1||USC|
|29||Culliver, Chris (IR)||DB||6-0||199||8/17/1988||3||South Carolina|
|Debniak, Alex (IR)||RB||6-2||240||1/5/1990||R||Stanford|
|58||Fleming, Darius (IR)||LB||6-2||255||7/19/1989||2||Notre Dame|
|78||Okoye, Lawrence (IR)||DE||6-6||304||10/6/1991||R||No College|
|93||Williams, Ian (IR)||NT||6-1||305||8/31/1989||3||Notre Dame|
|5||Bethel-Thompson, McLeod||QB||6-3||230||7/3/1988||2||Sacramento State|
|71||Bykowski, Carter||T||6-7||306||7/25/1990||R||Iowa State|
|33||Hampton, Jewel||RB||5-9||210||12/23/1989||2||Southern Illinois|
|1||Jacobs, Chuck||WR||6-0||178||5/11/1990||R||Utah State|
|34||Swanson, Dax||DB||5-11||191||3/21/1991||R||Sam Houston State|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
|Head Coach||Jim Harbaugh|
Boldin has been pretty good for Fantasy owners lately, managing at least nine Fantasy points in four straight games. He's averaging 12.5 Fantasy points per week in that span.
Despite Revis' presence in the secondary, wide receivers have fared well against Tampa Bay this season. They are averaging 160.5 receiving yards and 22.9 Fantasy points per week. Wide receivers have also totaled 16 touchdowns in 13 games.
As far as No. 1 receivers, however, there haven't been a ton of great performances. Larry Fitzgerald had 12 Fantasy points Week 4, DeSean Jackson had 18 Fantasy points Week 6, Harry Douglas had 20 Fantasy points Week 7 and Calvin Johnson had 11 Fantasy points Week 12, which is pretty much it for top performances from No. 1 receivers.
Boldin did post six catches for 93 yards against a very good Seattle defense in Week 14, so perhaps Boldin will be able to hold his own Week 15. It's worth tempering expectations, but Boldin could be used as a low-end No. 2 Fantasy receiver.
San Francisco hosts Seattle on Sunday.
San Francisco gave up 403 total yards and allowed 5.2 yards per carry, but compensated with a slew of big plays. The 49ers DST has a good chance to stay hot in Week 7 at Tennessee.
Whitner faces the Seahawks in Week 14.
To fill Morris' spot on the practice squad, the 49ers signed linebacker D'Aundre Reed.
Defensive backs Raymond Ventrone (concussion) and Carlos Rogers (knee), defensive linemen Ray McDonald (ankle) and Justin Smith (shoulder) and linebacker NaVorro Bowman (wrist) were all active for the game despite their injuries.
The team is missing key contributors in the form of defensive back Nnamdi Asomugha (knee) and linebacker Patrick Willis (groin), however.
Despite the presence of shutdown cornerback Darrelle Revis in the secondary, wide receivers have fared well against Tampa Bay this season. They are averaging 160.5 receiving yards and 22.9 Fantasy points per week. Wide receivers have also totaled 16 touchdowns in 13 games.
The good news for Crabtree is that Revis might spend a good deal of the afternoon covering Anquan Boldin, which could free up some opportunities for him. But you are definitely taking a gamble by starting Crabtree in Fantasy by just playing the matchup.
It was encouraging to see him get eight targets last week against the Seahawks, but he posted just four catches for 40 yards. He's definitely not fully back to the receiver he was late last season during the 49ers' march to the Super Bowl.
McCoy finished the game 1 for 1 for 13 yards before taking a knee. San Francisco has a bye Week 9 and Kaepernick will be back in the saddle for Week 10 vs. Carolina.
Fantasy owners are surely hoping the pre-bye Gore shows up Week 15 at Tampa Bay, especially with key playoff matchups on the docket. Though, the bad news for Gore is that running backs have not fared well against Tampa Bay this season.
Running backs average 13 Fantasy points per week against the Bucs, which is the sixth-lowest average. Running backs have totaled just five touchdowns (two rushing), while averaging 85.2 rushing yards and 39.5 receiving yards in 13 games.
If you made it this far in your Fantasy league, you definitely leaned on Gore to help get you here, so benching him Week 15 is a tough call. All he needs is a touchdown and it's a productive day. Also, he rushed for 110 yards last week against a good Seattle defense, so it's not hard to believe Gore could come through Week 15.
It's just Gore is shaping up to be more of a No. 2 Fantasy running back because of limited upside. Only six running backs have totaled at least 10 Fantasy points and none have had more than 17 against Tampa Bay. The only elite Fantasy running backs to reach the 10-point plateau against Tampa Bay have been LeSean McCoy (14 points in Week 6) and Marshawn Lynch (13 points Week 9).
"They haven’t cleared me yet, but these next two, three weeks, I think they’re going to look at it," he said. "They really haven’t given me an indication or anything set in stone. I know I’ll most likely get a chance to practice."
The 49ers have until Week 11 to decide whether or not Lattimore can practice. If he can, then the 49ers get three more weeks to decide to activate him or leave him on the NFI list for the rest of the year.
"I’m ready to do whatever," Lattimore said. "They’re taking care of me. That’s the biggest thing, giving me all the time I need, but I’m ready to get out there."
Brock has emerged as a contributor for the 49ers after being an undrafted free agent, and will start in Week 12 in place of Tarell Brown (ribs).
Wright picked off Russell Wilson with nine second remaining in the game to seal the win for San Francisco. He finished the game with an interception, two defended passes and no tackles in a 19-17 win.
The matchup indicates Kaepernick might be a trustworthy option. Up until EJ Manuel's disaster of a performance last week, quarterbacks were thriving against Tampa Bay. In fact, quarterbacks totaled at least two passing touchdowns in eight straight games before Manuel recorded no touchdowns Week 14.
Quarterbacks are averaging 20.7 Fantasy points per week against Tampa Bay. One of the big potential pitfalls, however, is that quarterbacks have thrown 21 interceptions against Tampa Bay, including 15 in the last six games.
Kaepernick has thrown multiple interceptions just once this season, so he might be saved from the turnover machine the Bucs defense has been in recent weeks. However, it's still a gamble to start Kaepernick outside of two-quarterback leagues because he just hasn't been reliable for Fantasy owners this season.
When nose tackle Ian Williams broke his ankle against the Seahawks, Glenn Dorsey replaced him and the run defense suffered. Marshawn Lynch ended up running for 98 yards and scoring three touchdowns. Rookie safety Eric Reid, meanwhile, is dealing with a concussion.
Still, the 49ers are at home Sunday for their best matchup of the young season. Start them against Indianapolis and expect their most productive performance yet. Two of three CBSSports.com experts peg the 49ers DST as a top-8 play this week.
Tight ends haven't fared overly well against Tampa Bay. They have totaled just five touchdowns in 13 games and are averaging 7.5 Fantasy points per week. Tight ends are also averaging just 55.3 receiving yards, with Jimmy Graham being the only tight end to have surpassed 100 receiving yards against Tampa Bay. In fact, no tight end has reached double digits in Fantasy points in the last 11 games against the Bucs.
The numbers suggest Davis might not be in for the easiest matchup Week 15, but all you are really looking for is a touchdown and Davis has been very good at putting points on the board this season. You should continue to keep Davis active in all Fantasy formats.
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