Gould was perfect on all six of his field-goal attempts Sunday, adding an extra point in a 25-23 win over the Titans.
Jimmy Garoppolo has not only improved the 49ers' receiving options, but his presence has made Gould one of the best fantasy kickers with 15 field goals made over the past three weeks. The 35-year-old has been as accurate as ever, missing just one field goal (the other was blocked) and going a perfect 4-for-4 from 50-plus yards. San Francisco's offense will face one of their stiffest tests against the Jaguars' vaunted defense next week, so it would be realistic to assume a reduced number of scoring opportunities for the red-hot placekicker.
Hauschka made his only field-goal attempt and all three of his extra-point tries in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
Accuracy hasn't been an issue for Hauschka all season, as he's posted an impressive 88 percent mark on field goals while being true on all 27 of his extra-point tries. Given that he kicks in a windy outdoor stadium, that's about as good as can be expected. But game context has really dinged Hauschka's value lately, as he's had zero or one attempts in six of the last seven games. As accurate as he's been, Hauschka's 96 points sit 17th among kickers, and things won't get any easier this week with a road game at New England.
Head coach Todd Bowls said Williams sustained a concussion Sunday against the Saints and has entered the league's concussion protocol.
Williams will thus need to be cleared by an independent neurologist in order to play in Week 16 against the Chargers on Sunday. His availability in practice this week should help clarify his chances of suiting up.
Kerley was waived by the Jets on Monday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
The Jets took advantage of a roster exemption to keep Kerley around after he served a four-game suspension, but the team ultimately decided he wasn't worth bringing back to the 53-man roster. The 29-year-old slot receiver will probably have a tough time finding work at this stage of the season, though it won't be hard to find a team that's willing to give him a shot next year. Kerley was efficient with his limited workload in eight games this season, catching 22 of 27 targets for 217 yards and a touchdown.
Kittle caught four passes (five targets) for 52 yards in Sunday's win over the Titans.
This was arguably the rookie's second-best performance of the season. Fantasy owners should be wary of the production as Kittle is still clearly second on the tight end depth chart as evidenced by his 28 snaps compared to Garrett Celek's 46. Celek also outclassed Kittle in terms of production with 63 yards and his fourth touchdown of the season. The Jaguars are the fourth-stringiest defense against opposing tight ends, so Kittle shouldn't be considered a standard-league option next week.