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      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (3) -17-5-0.583L171,211.441,146.00
Division 1
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (3) -17-5-0.583L171,211.441,146.00
2 (6) -36-6-0.500L241,292.081,316.46
3 (4) +16-6-0.500L161,282.321,294.98
4 (9) 5-7-0.417W121,227.681,328.54
5 (10) 4-8-0.333W211,244.061,344.44
Division 2
      Points
RankTeamW-L-TPctStkWaiverForAgainst
1 (1) 9-3-0.750W491,359.801,167.00
2 (2) +27-5-0.583W281,497.821,436.92
3 (5) +36-6-0.500W151,336.961,391.66
4 (7) -15-7-0.417L6101,350.781,411.64
5 (8) -15-7-0.417L231,305.861,271.16
* Rank change shown is from week 11 - 12

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  • 12/4, 10:27 pm
    • Dorsey was promoted to the starting...

      Dorsey was promoted to the starting lineup Sunday, recording six tackles (four solo) in a loss to the Bears.

      Analysis: The 49ers demoted Quinton Dial and promoted Dorsey to starting nose tackle. The veteran lineman had a good showing, clogging the middle of the line and racking up six tackles, which was good for second amongst all San Francisco defenders. Linemen in a 3-4 defense do not usually put up strong IDP performances, but Dorsey could be a cheap source of tackles given how often opposing offenses run the ball against the 49ers' porous unit.

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  • 12/4, 10:21 pm
    • Bellore led the 49ers with 11...

      Bellore led the 49ers with 11 tackles (nine solo) in a 26-6 loss to the Bears on Sunday.

      Analysis: Bellore led the team in tackles for the second-consecutive week. He has become the clear run-stopper amongst the 49ers linebackers. San Francisco is one of the worst teams in the NFL, which actually bodes well for Bellore's tackle totals down the stretch as opposing offenses should be running the ball deep into the fourth quarter. The Jets feature a run-heavy attack, so he should have plenty of opportunities to fill out the stat sheet yet again.

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  • 12/4, 9:49 pm
    • Williams caught two passes for 47...

      Williams caught two passes for 47 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers.

      Analysis: Williams could have had an even bigger day if Philip Rivers would have spotted the second-year receiver racing wide open deep down the field early in the third quarter. Instead, Rivers was forced to check down to Melvin Gordon thanks to an intense pass rush, a microcosm of the entire afternoon. Given Williams didn't appear to hurt his injured shoulder any further Sunday, he'll likely be available next week when the Chargers travel to take on the Panthers.

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  • 12/4, 9:44 pm
    • Dawson converted from 28 and 31...

      Dawson converted from 28 and 31 yards Sunday, accounting for all of the 49ers' six points in a loss to the Bears.

      Analysis: In a game where the 49ers struggled to move the ball in the snow, Dawson was unphased by the inclement weather, proving again that he is one of the most accurate kickers in the league even in his age-41 season. Next week's matchup against the Jets' league-average offense could keep the score close enough for Dawson to turn in a solid game.

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  • 12/4, 9:42 pm
    • Stewart carried 11 times for 50...

      Stewart carried 11 times for 50 yards and caught his only target for an additional three yards in Sunday's game against the Seahawks. He also lost a fumble in the 40-7 defeat.

      Analysis: Stewart averaged a healthy 4.5 yards per carry, but a stout Seattle defense and the lopsided nature of the game significantly limited his workload. He continues to see the vast majority of the running back touches for the Panthers, but his lack of involvement in the passing game makes him somewhat dependent on scoring touchdowns to produce positive fantasy results when presented with a tough matchup. Stewart will look to bounce back next week against the Chargers.

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