Kapernick? Gesundheit. Campbell? Doak. Who are these guys? That's what happens late in the season. A tasty matchup of two of the best defenses in the NFL with stout running games and functional game managers is sullied by injuries at the QB position. Now, what will we get? A punt competition? A turnover fest? A FG contest? Who knows, but the line is 35 so Vegas thinks this is going to be a 17-16 type game. I can't even bring myself to have fun with numbers. Will anyone have over 100 yards rushing or receiving? 200 yards passing? Team to 10 punts first wins?
RIP Gronk. RIP McGahee. We're running out of MNF games!!! Post em'.
Which QB will be a picker, a grinner, a lover, a sinner....SF's own:
my prediction is 20-17. not gonna call the winner tho.
these Ds are great, but both offenses will show that theyre underestimated. campbell is a good qb who is unfairly hated on.
kaep is still raw but he has good deep ball and this will back the bears off LoS and more of two safety look as opposed to single high safety they usually employ, allowing the niners run game to thrive.
forte will also thrive on screen passes and dumpoffs.
12 team standard non-PPR (starters)(flex w/r/t)(bench) (7-6, #6 seed playoffs) QB:Romo WR:Dez Bryant, Demaryius Thomas, Vincent Jackson RB:Zac Stacy, Andre Brown, Giovani Bernard, Shane Vereen, Andre Brown, Danny Woodhead, Benny Cunningham TE:Ladarius Green, Housler K:Hauschka D/ST:Cinci, New England
14 team, 1 point per reception, 1 point per rush attempt (starters)(flex w/r/t)(bench) (9-4, #2 seed playoffs) QB:Peyton Manning WR:Danny Amendola, Jordy Nelson,Julian Edelman, Cordarrelle Patterson RB: Reggie Bush, Zac Stacy, Maurice Jones-Drew, Joique Bell, Benny Cunningham, Jordan Todman TE: Julius Thomas, Jordan Reed IDP: Barry Church K:Gostkowski D/ST: Denver, Chicago