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Six teams on a bye week and the multitude of NFL stars battling injuries has made the start ‘em, sit ‘em decisions in Week 8 among the toughest that fantasy football owners have faced all season.
The flex options are going to be difficult to figure out on Sunday because a lot of the players who will occupy those spots in your lineups are backups and third-string guys getting an opportunity because of an injury to the starter.
With so many tough choices to make on who to start and who to bench, let’s take a look at which second-tier players have the best matchups and must be started.
Colin Kaepernick, QB: Start vs. Jaguars
Fantasy owners who expected a breakout season from Kaepernick have been disappointed so far. San Francisco has opted to make starting running back Frank Gore the focal point of the offense over the last few weeks, and the decision has resulted in four straight wins. This week, Kaepernick faces a Jaguars defense that has the third-fewest interceptions and the fourth...
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The San Francisco 49ers have got their swagger back. They have won 4 straight games and have done so in dominant fashion. How dominate? Well the Niners have scored 30 points in 4 straight games for the first time since 1998 when Steve Young was their quarterback. They’ve also outscored opponents 132 to 51. That’s dominance. The Niners have done it by playing smash-mouth football...
The San Francisco 49ers travel across the Atlantic to face the Jacksonville Jaguars at the world famous Wembley Stadium in London, England. The 49ers will try to win their fifth straight game, while the Jaguars will see if a change of scenery is what they need in order to win a single game.
To say that Jacksonville has struggled this season is a huge understatement. This is without...
Last year the San Francisco 49ers rode the coat tails of Colin Kaepernick en route to the Super Bowl, but did they make the right decision at quarterback? Last year Colin Kaepernick was pretty impressive and looked to be on the path to filling the shoes of Montana and Young, but they have hit a […]
The NFL is always telling its players how to dress. This time the NFL asked San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick to remove his Beats before talking to the media in London. He declined. However, this probably isn’t a a fineable offense, but with the NO FUN LEAGUE, you never know.
Alex Boone Sans Helmet Headbutts Colin Kaepernick With Helmet (GIF)
Colin Kaepernick Dating an...
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The San Francisco 49ers are playing against the Jacksonville Jaguars in London. Colin Kaepernick introduced the crowd to Kaepernicking, which now makes it global. We guess?
Kaepernicking in London! @49ersSpin pic.twitter.com/gEaypwyfpr
— Steve Willis (@jsw315) October 27, 2013
The Jaguars are also playing awful which should come as no surprse.
Last week: 5 (+0)
Colin Kaepernick had probably his best game since week 1 this week, completing 13 of 21 for 199 yards, while rushing for 68 yards and a touchdown on 11 attempts, against a Tennessee defense that has been solid all season. It’s a positive sign going forward for the 49ers, who have won 4 straight, thanks largely to a re-emphasis on the run game. Now...
The San Francisco 49ers have moved on from their two game losing streak earlier this season with some fantastic performances in recent weeks. The 49ers have scored 30+ points against four consecutive opponents and in all five of their wins this season. The 49ers defense has been outstanding, the rushing attack has found its groove, and the passing attack seems to be on the mend...
The 49ers improved to 6-2 on the season by beating the Jacksonville Jaguars 42-10 in London. With the win the 49ers have won five in a row and they have tied a record with the 1994 and 1997 season by scoring 30+ points in five consecutive games.
The 49ers won once again behind the running of Frank Gore and Colin Kaepernick and a defense that shut down the Jags offense. Kaepernick...
The high-powered San Francisco 49ers are heading to London looking to extend a growing win streak. Their opponent has a much more modest goal.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are hoping a change of continents will help them avoid dropping to 0-8, as they'll look to deny the 49ers a fifth straight victory Sunday at Wembley Stadium.
San Francisco (5-2) has topped 30 points in each of...
Steve Young just might have the smartest contract of all time. USA Today reports that the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, who played in his last game for the team in 1999, will rake in $1 million in 2014. That is over $150,000 more than current starting quarterback Colin Kaepernick will earn this season.
The enormous contract was the result of a bidding war between the...
It can’t just be 49ers fans who must tire of hearing about The 12th Man. Apologies to any Cardinals or Rams out there, but San Fran have become the nemesis and it’s something I hoped would happen ever since Seattle was plonked back into the NFC West in 2002. They’re the big one, were always the big one and Jim Harbaugh and Colin Kaepernick don’t just stand up as my very own...