Candlestick Park | Sunday, October 17 | 4:05 p.m. EST (CBS)
Pick: 49ers 21, Raiders 20
175 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 1 INTFilling in for an injured Bruce Gradkowski, Campbell had a nice Week 5 performance. He could get the start this week if Gradkowski's health does not improve and would be a decent option in two-QB leagues against the 49ers.
2 rec, 20 rec yards, 50 rush yardsMcFadden is iffy for this week's game, but he is a risky option even if he plays given his hamstring injury. McFadden is looking at splitting the carries when he returns, so pay attention to how the Raiders utilize both he and Michael Bush together.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 30 rush yards, 1 rush TDBush is worth a start this week if Darren McFadden sits out again, but he will probably share the carries if McFadden returns. Pay attention to McFadden's injury status if you are considering using Bush this week.
2 rec, 25 yardsHeyward-Bey has caught just one pass over the last two weeks. His fantasy value will remain minimal until he gets more involved in the Raiders offense.
3 rec, 55 yardsMurphy appears to be healthy again, so he is a viable option in deeper leagues regardless of who starts at quarterback for the Raiders.
5 rec, 65 yards, 1 TDMiller has found the end zone for three straight weeks and is the Raiders' leader in receptions and receiving yardage. He is a weekly starter at this point, so make sure he is in your lineup.
2 PATs, 2 FGsJanikowski is third in the league in points, so he is worth a start this week against a 49ers defense that is giving up the sixth most points in the league per game.
3 sacks, 1 INTOakland's defense had a huge Week 5 performance against the Chargers, and they face a 49ers offense this week that has committed 13 turnovers this season. They are a sneaky option in Week 6.
200 pass yards, 2 pass TD, 1 INTSmith is putting up decent yardage numbers, but he has also thrown a league-high nine interceptions and could be replaced this week if he struggles again. He is risk even in two-QB leagues, so go with a safer option if available.
5 rec, 45 rec yards, 1 rec TD, 75 rush yards, 1 rush TDThe Raiders are giving up more than 147 rushing yards per game so count on Gore to put up big numbers in Week 6.
4 rec, 60 yardsCrabtree's production has increased with each game, and he had over 100 yards and a touchdown last week. Crabtree is worth a start this week despite the QB questions in San Francisco.
2 rec, 25 yardsMorgan has averaged only two receptions over his last three games, so go with another wide receiver who is seeing more targets.
5 rec, 70 yards, 1 TDDavis went over the 100-yard mark in Week 5 and has scored in two straight games. He remains a top tight end option.
3 PATsThe Raiders are giving up nearly 27 points per game, but Nedney is averaging only four points per game. Look for another option.
1 sack, 1 INTThe 49ers defense has forced just five turnovers and is giving up a lot points. The Raiders do not have a great offense, but go with another defense this week that is putting up more fantasy production.
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