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Division 1
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Division 2
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* Rank change shown is from week 2 - 3

League Player News

  • 10/4, 11:21 pm
    • Dawson hit his only field goal...

      Dawson hit his only field goal attempt (33 yards) in Sunday's 17-3 loss to the Packers.

      Analysis: Dawson continues to see his scoring opportunities shrink on a weekly basis as the 49ers' offense struggles to move the ball into opponents' territory. Despite his accuracy, it would be wise to look at other kicking options until San Francisco's offense shows some semblance of consistency.

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  • 10/4, 11:13 pm
    • Lynch got to the quarterback twice...

      Lynch got to the quarterback twice Sunday, finishing with four tackles (all solo) in addition to the pair of sacks.

      Analysis: What was even more impressive than recording two sacks was that Lynch did it to one of the more evasive pocket passers in the game, Aaron Rodgers. The pair of sacks brings his season total to three, and he should continue to be a great source of sacks for the rest of the season.

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  • 10/4, 11:07 pm
    • Snead caught all six of his...

      Snead caught all six of his targets for 89 yards in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Cowboys.

      Analysis: Snead finished third on the team in targets and tied for first in receptions, continuing his ultra-efficient season. He has 16 catches for 240 yards and a touchdown on 22 targets (10.9 YPT), whereas No. 1 receiver Brandin Cooks has 20 catches for 215 yards on 31 targets (6.9 YPT). Cooks easily led the New Orleans wideouts with 66 snaps in Sunday's game, followed by Snead (46), Marques Colston (43) and Brandon Coleman (19), according to Pro Football Focus. Snead's making a strong case for additional playing time and targets, as he seems to be open more often than any of his teammates. He gets a solid Week 5 road matchup with a fast-paced Eagles team that has a questionable group of cornerbacks.

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  • 10/4, 10:57 pm
    • Bowman recorded eight tackles (seven solo)...

      Bowman recorded eight tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 17-3 loss to the Packers.

      Analysis: Bowman has been fairly vanilla in 2015, failing to reach double-digit tackles in a single game this season. On a positive note, he didn't appear to be limited by the minor knee injury suffered last week. Bowman isn't playing at the level we were used to prior to his gruesome knee injury in the 2013 NFC Championship, but owners have to give him a bit more leash in case he is simply shaking off the rust.

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  • 10/4, 10:48 pm
    • Wilhoite recorded a team-high nine tackles...

      Wilhoite recorded a team-high nine tackles (six solo) in Sunday's loss to Green Bay.

      Analysis: Despite starting the 49ers' first three games, Wilhoite only managed to record 11 tackles (10 solo). He decided to show up against the Packers, nabbing nine tackles in the loss. He is still without a sack or an interception, so Wilhoite remains a low-end IDP option.

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