Team Grade:
San Francisco 49ers
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San Francisco has one of the best teams in all of football. Their defense is top five and the offense is getting better and better. They are the complete package. The defense can win games all by themselves. And the offense this season could be good enough to win some games if the defense has some stumbles. For us, the 49ers are the favorite to win the NFC and make another appearance in the Super Bowl.
Quarterback Colin Kaepernick didn't quite live up to the hype last season but did some good things along the way. He is setup for much better things this season. He can take his game to a new level, getting some weapons back healthy and some more options in the passing game to help elevate his game. Kaepernick has the skillset and surrounding talent to be a top fantasy quarterback. Plus, he should get plenty of chances offensively because the 49ers' defense will shut down plenty of opponents.
Running back Frank Gore is another aging back that probably has played his best years. He remains the starter but has plenty of young talent pushing him for playing time. He still has touchdown and some yardage potential but his touches should be down compared to past years. It wouldn't even be a shock if Gore lost his starting job before the end of the season. There are a lot of top, young backs on this roster that are the future at the position for the 49ers.

Team Notes

Oct 30, 07:52 PM San Francisco 49res CB Tramaine Brock (toe) and LB Patrick Willis (toe) were limited in practice Thursday, Oct. 30. S Jimmie Ward (quadriceps) and CB Chris Culliver (hamstring) practiced in full.
Oct 30, 03:22 PM San Francisco 49ers LB Patrick Willis (toe) is considered questionable for Week 9, according to defensive coordinator Vic Fangio.
Oct 29, 08:53 PM San Francisco 49ers RB Marcus Lattimore (knee) returned to practice Wednesday, Oct. 29. He remains on the reserve/non-football injury list.
Oct 29, 08:03 PM San Francisco 49ers CB Tramaine Brock (toe), SS Jimmie Ward (quadriceps) and LB Patrick Willis (toe) were listed as limited participants in practice Wednesday, Oct. 29. CB Chris Culliver (hamstring) was able to take part in a full practice session.
Oct 29, 04:23 PM San Francisco 49ers OG Mike Iupati (concussion) has passed the NFL concussion protocol, and has been cleared to play in the team's Week 9 game.
Oct 28, 01:23 PM San Francisco 49ers LB NaVorro Bowman (knee) and TE Garrett Celek (back) will not be on the practice field this week to be evaluated, according to head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Oct 28, 01:13 PM San Francisco 49ers RB Marcus Lattimore (knee) will make his season debut on the practice field Wednesday, Oct. 29, and the team will have three weeks to evaluate whether to bring him off the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list. It's unknown how Lattimore will factor into the running back mix if he returns.
Oct 28, 01:13 PM San Francisco 49ers LB Patrick Willis (toe) was not wearing an orthopedic boot during practice Monday, Oct. 27.
Oct 27, 06:43 PM San Francisco 49ers OG Mike Iupati (concussion) has been cleared to return to practice, according to head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Oct 27, 06:43 PM San Francisco 49ers LB Patrick Willis (toe) was limited during practice Monday, Oct. 27.
Oct 27, 05:53 PM San Francisco 49ers DT Glenn Dorsey (biceps) is participating in practice Monday, Oct. 27. Dorsey is currently on the Active/Reserve/Injured list.
Oct 25, 01:22 PM The San Francisco 49ers placed CB Chris Cook (hamstring) and C Daniel Kilgore (leg) on Reserve/Injured and signed S Ray Ventrone to a one-year deal Saturday, Oct. 25.
Oct 24, 10:08 PM San Francisco 49ers WR Stevie Johnson has played only 20 percent of the snaps in the last month, but he's been the team's most effective receiver in that time. WR Brandon Lloyd has played 40 percent of the offensive snaps, but QB Colin Kaepernick has a passer rating of 127.8 on passes to Johnson and just 87.8 to Lloyd.
Oct 22, 01:33 PM San Francisco 49ers RB Marcus Lattimore (knee) will be cleared to practice from the Non-Football Injury list following the team's Week 8 bye. The team plans to activate him to their 53-man roster for the first time in his career. Lattimore has been working his way back from a gruesome right knee injury while in college in October of 2012. He is now weighing 220 pounds after reporting to training camp at 225 pounds, and he thinks he has added quickness.
Oct 20, 06:53 PM San Francisco 49ers C Daniel Kilgore (leg) will miss the rest of the season after suffering a broken bone in his left leg during the team's Week 7 game. C Marcus Martin is expected to take over the starting center role.
Oct 19, 10:43 PM San Francisco 49ers CB Chris Cook (hamstring) left the Week 7 game against the Denver Broncos in the third quarter due to a hamstring injury. His return is questionable.

Offseason Keys

Blaine Gabbert, QB; Jonathan Martin, OL; Antoine Bethea, S; Chris Cook, CB; Stevie Johnson, WR. 

Donte Whitner, S; Carlos Rogers, CB; Tarell Brown, CB. 

2014 Draft Class

 # 1  30 Jimmie WardDB
 # 2  25 Carlos HydeRB
 # 3  6 Marcus MartinOL
 # 3  13 Chris BorlandLB
 # 3  36 Brandon ThomasOL
 # 4  6 Bruce EllingtonWR
 # 4  29 Dontae JohnsonDB
 # 5  10 Aaron LynchLB
 # 5  30 Keith ReaserDB
 # 6  4 Kenneth AckerDB
 # 7  28 Kaleb RamseyDL
 # 7  30 Trey MillardRB

2014 Schedule

1     Sep 7 4:25PM     at Dallas
2     Sep 14 8:30PM     Chicago
3     Sep 21 4:05PM     at Arizona
4     Sep 28 4:25PM     Philadelphia
5     Oct 5 4:25PM     Kansas City
6     Oct 13 8:30PM     at St Louis
7     Oct 19 8:30PM     at Denver
-- Week 8 Bye --
9     Nov 2 4:05PM     St Louis
10     Nov 9 1:00PM     at New Orleans
11     Nov 16 1:00PM     at New York Giants
12     Nov 23 4:25PM     Washington
13     Nov 27 8:30PM     Seattle
14     Dec 7 4:25PM     at Oakland
15     Dec 14 4:25PM     at Seattle
16     Dec 20 3:00PM     San Diego
17     Dec 28 4:25PM     Arizona
18     Jan 4 4:40PM     at Green Bay
19     Jan 11 1:05PM     at Carolina
20     Jan 18 6:30PM     at Seattle
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