Kaepernick notched his first rushing touchdown of the season last week, and ran for 68 yards on 11 carries. He should have a productive day against the Jaguars in London, but the Niners could pack it in with a big lead.
Gore ran for 70 yards and two TDs on 24 carries a week ago. Expect the Niners to ride him in Jacksonville.
Boldin caught five balls for 74 yards a week ago. You have to start him against the Jaguars. There are simply too many scoring opportunities.
Davis caught four of his eight targets for 62 yards last week. The Jaguars have surrendered the sixth most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Dawson will likely have his day undermined by the efficiency of the San Francisco offense.
One of the league's best defenses going up against an offense that could be historically bad. The Niners could end up winning you your game this week.
Henne threw for 318 yards and 8.8 YPA, but couldn't hook up with anyone in the end zone. With Justin Blackmon and Cecil Shorts, he remains a decent deep option.
Jones-Drew got just nine carries last week, as the Jaguars had to abandon the run once they were in a hole. Get used to it.
Blackmon put up the numbers of a mere mortal last week, catching six of his nine targets for 58 yards. The Jags should throw a ton on Sunday.
Shorts played through a shoulder injury and caught eight passes for 80 yards last week. I'd play him as normal on Sunday.
Brown took advantage of his opportunity, catching five passes for 120 yards last week. You don't want to start him, but keep an eye on his usage against the Niners.
Scobee made two more field goals and is now 9-for-9 on the season. He'd have the ability to challenge for the scoring title if he weren't stuck on a terrible team.
There's really nothing redeeming about this defense from a fantasy standpoint.
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