Found October 08, 2012 on
Green Bay Packers
San Francisco 49ers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Top 5 Free Agents
1). Rashard Mendenhall PIT RB - 91 Total Yards 1 TD
In the off chance Mendenhall is still available, grab him immediately. Despite his limited capacity, he produced a solid week.
2). James Jone GB WR - 46 Receiving Yards 2 TD
Jones stepped in nicely for Greg Jennings who continues to struggle with a groin injury. Even with a healthy Greg Jennings, Jones should be a solid wide receiver to hold onto.
3). Alex Smith SF QB - 303 Passing Yards 3 TD
With how good the San Francisco 49ers offensive line is, Smith is becoming a solid fantasy option. He has all day to pick apart defenses.
4). Robert Meachem SD WR - 67 Receiving yards 2 TD
He has been a bit inconsistent, but with his great size he should be a great red zone option for Phillip Rivers going forward.
5). Alex Green GB RB - 63 Total Yards 0 TD
With the severity of Cedric Benson’s injury still unknown and James Stark any moment from being activated, Alex Green’s run as Green Bay’s primary running back could be s...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- There have been several issues with the Packers' offense this season, but one key aspect that is becoming increasingly difficult to overlook is the impact of being without a healthy Greg Jennings.Jennings has been plagued by injuries since December 2011, when he suffered a torn MCL in Week 14. In the first game with its Pro Bowl receiver sidelined, Green Bay...
The San Francisco 49ers cruised to an easy 45-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills yesterday, but they received a scare when quarterback Alex Smith left the field with a hand injury. Fortunately for the 49ers, X-ray results showed a sprained finger and the injury isn’t considered a significant, reports Cam Inman of the Mercury News: Although he left Candlestick with his finger...
Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson have done almost nothing after a parade of big plays and touchdowns last season. Jennings has 78 yards this season, a total he surpassed 41 times in his career. Nelson, meanwhile, has seen his per-catch average fall by 6.0 yards.
49ers QB Alex Smith threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns Sunday against the Bills.Fantasy Spin:Smith was coming off two down games from a fantasy standpoint but he shredded Buffalo in Week 5. He has an 8-to-1 TD/INT ratio in five games and has only thrown six interceptions in his last 21 games.
Last season, the Green Bay Packers followed up their improbable Super Bowl run to close out 2010 with a 15-1 regular season record. As a team, the Packers seemed on top of the world; they were unstoppable. But with one of the most prolific offenses in NFL history, the Packers opportunistic defense has been less than desirable; an Achilles heel so to speak that cost the Packers...
During this past week’s win over the Bills, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith suffered a sprained middle finger after getting hit by Mario Williams in the fourth quarter.49ers head coach Him Harbaugh told the media that he’s concerned about Smith’s finger.“It’s very much of a concern,” Harbaugh said, per the San Francisco Chronicle. “We’ll see how it is....
One of the most prolific passing performances of Alex Smith's eight-year career again put the Buffalo Bills on the wrong end of a San Francisco 49ers record.
Smith threw for a season-high 303 yards and three touchdowns, Frank Gore ran for 106 yards and a score, and the 49ers amassed a franchise-record 621 yards in blowing by the Bills 45-3 on Sunday.
Michael Crabtree and Vernon...
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith downplayed his sprained right middle finger after Sunday's rout of the Buffalo Bills, but the injury might be a might more troublesome than he believed. "It's very much of a concern," 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday. "We'll see how it is. Alex, it's well-documented how tough he is. He talks about it...
Since last season's surprising run to the NFC championship game, San Francisco 49ers fans could only imagine the possibilities if Alex Smith and the offense ever matched the defense's dominance.
Just Saturday night, Smith added another punchline when he badly bounced the ceremonial first pitch of the San Francisco Giants-Cincinnati Reds playoff series in the dirt. Some teased...
The 49ers beat the Buffalo Bills 45-3. Scratch that they humiliated the Bills. The offense put up a total of 621 yards on offense, a franchise record. We are not going to spend much time talking about how great the team looked today. We will leave you with some stats instead.
621 yards of offense the most ever by a 49ers team.
The 49ers had a 300 yard passer (Alex Smith), two 100...
QBAlex Smith – Still available is almost 50% of leagues, Alex Smith is coming off a 303 yard 3 TD performance against the Buffalo Bills. This week he faces the New York Giants and they allow the 10th most yards and the 14th most fantasy points to QB’s. Eli and the Giants figure to put up at least 24 points, so Alex is going to need to score for the 49er’s to have a chance...
SAN FRANCISCO -- San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith threw for 303 yards and three touchdowns, and the 49ers rolled up a franchise-record 621 net yards Sunday, routing the Buffalo Bills 45-3 at Candlestick Park. The 49ers broke their old mark of 598, set on Sept. 13, 1992, in a 34-31 loss to the Bills. Smith posted a career-high 156.2 passer rating and fell just 7 yards shy...
As most know by now the 49ers did something no other team in the history of the NFL has done and that is throw and rush for over 300 yards in a game. Here is what is being said around Ninerland.
Eric Branch points out that not only was the offense historic, but the defense wasn’t to shabby.
Mike Sando points out that the NFC West is best league in the NFL and within that division...