After Kaepernick's terrible game against an inviting opponent, I'm starting to get a little worried about him. I think he'll bounce back a bit this week.
I'm betting after a wake-up call from the Colts, the Niners get back to their bread and butter. That means running the football early and often.
Hunter found the end zone on a 13-yard scamper last week. His three other carries went for one yard.
Boldin had five catches on 67 yards last week. The San Francisco passing game has struggled of late, but Boldin will get back on track against the Rams.
Williams had six targets last week, and should be in for a bigger role if Vernon Davis can't go.
Davis missed last week's game with a hamstring injury. At press time, his status for this week is up in the air. We'll be sure to update here as necessary.
It was a quiet day for Dawson last week, attempting just the one PAT. He should enjoy the indoor environment in St. Louis.
I was positively shocked by what the Colts' offense was able to do in San Francisco last week. Now the Niners are without Aldon Smith and, potentially, Patrick Willis.
Bradford had a terrible showing last week, getting just 5.0 yards per attempt against the Cowboys. He'll underwhelm again this week.
Pead was a factor in the passing game last week, and could start garnering himself a larger role in the offense with another solid performance this week.
Richardson left last week's game after one play because of a foot injury. Even if he suits up, you should look elsewhere unless you're desperate.
Givens only had two receptions against Dallas, but the eight targets are encouraging. He's the No. 1 receiver in town.
Austin had six catches last week, but they went for just 30 yards. He's now averaging a paltry 6.6 yards per catch.
Cook had seven targets a week ago, and with the Niners down at least one star linebacker, he could exploit some holes in the defense.
Playing at home against a solid defense, Zuerlein could be in for a big night.
Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray ripped apart the St. Louis defense last week as the Rams continue to fall short of the sleeper potential many thought they had.
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