165 pass yards, 1 pass TD, 1 INTBradford is not putting up big passing numbers, but he does have a 5:0 TD:INT ratio over his last three games. Bradford is a decent option this week against a San Francisco defense that was shredded its last time out.
1 rec, 10 rec yards, 75 rush yardsJackson has scored just three touchdowns in 11 career games against the 49ers, and he may have trouble gaining big yardage against a 49ers defense that is giving up only 100 running yards per game. Start him, but do not expect a big week.
6 rec, 45 yards, 1 TDAmendola has scored a touchdown in each of his past two games and has clearly been Sam Bradford's favorite target, so he is a viable option in all formats this week.
3 rec, 40 yardsGibson had a strong showing in the Rams' last game, but he did not do much before that. Gibson has a decent matchup this week.
3 rec, 50 yardsThe 49ers are 20th in the league against the pass, so Robinson could be a sleeper play here.
2 rec, 20 yardsFells has hauled in two touchdown passes this season, but he has not been as productive as many other tight ends. Go with another option.
1 PAT, 2 FGsBrown has not put up huge point totals, but he has been fairly consistent with just one game under five points. He is an average option this week.
3 sacks, 1 INT, 1 FumbleThe Rams defense is not giving up many points, so they are a sneaky option this week against an inconsistent 49ers offense.
160 pass yards, 20 rush yardsSmith will likely start again this week against St. Louis, but his value will be limited to two-QB leagues in a conservative offense against a Rams team that has given up just nine passing touchdowns.
4 rec, 40 rec yards, 70 rush yardsGore has scored 10 touchdowns in eight career games against the Rams, so expect him to put up big numbers in Week 10.
5 rush yardsDixon will see a few carries, but not enough to be a viable fantasy option.
5 rec, 55 yards, 1 TDCrabtree has scored in three of his past four games, and he is a decent matchup this week against St. Louis. He is worth a start in most formats.
2 rec, 30 yardsMorgan has not put up more than 49 yards in a game since Week 2, so go with a more productive receiver this week.
3 rec, 35 yardsDavis has not done much against the Rams in his career, but he deserves a start this week as long as he is able to suit up. If not, look for backup Delanie Walker to pick up the slack.
1 PAT, 1 FGThe Rams do not give up many points, so Nedney's scoring chances could be limited. Go with another kicker.
2 sacks, 1 INTSan Francisco's defense is not forcing many turnovers, so they are only an average option this week against a St. Louis team that has done a good job protecting the ball lately.
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