Colin Kaepernick had a bad game in Week 13 against the Rams.
He had a solid completion percentage of roughly 60%.
He only threw for 200 yards and an interception.
Kaepernick had 14 fantasy points in week 13.
The safety that comes from his running ability makes Colin Kaepernick a top 10 fantasy QB.
Since the turn of the millennium, just one running back has followed up a season-ending ACL tear with a 1,000 yard season.
There are two running backs that are over 1,000 yards rushing on the season that finished last year with an ACL tear, Adrian Peterson and Jamaal Charles.
Jamaal Charles suffered his injury in week 2 and was expected to make a strong return because of that.
Adrian Peterson suffered his injury and the fact that he was playing at such a high level, immediately, is nothing short of a medical marvel.
Peterson is the NFL’s leading rusher by a margin of 308 yards and is the NFL’s top scoring fantasy RB.
Bryce Brown is averaging 173.5 yards per game and two TDs.
LeSean McCoy has not had more than 150 yards rushing at all this season.
McCoy has just two rushing TDs on the season.
Bryce Brown is a gifted athlete with a very bright future in this league.
If LeSean McCoy returns from injury and is 100% this week, I expect Brown to get roughly half the carries.
Everyone knows how well Doug Martin has run the ball this season, with 1100 yards and 9 rushing TDs.
Not many people have noticed his pass catching ability.
Martin has been targeted 47 times and has amassed 374 receiving yards plus one receiving TD.
Doug Martin is a complete, three down back that will be a very highly ranked RB going into next season, especially in PPR leagues.
Randall Cobb is a top 15 WR in most fantasy analysts’ rankings.
Jordy Nelson has re-injured himself so even though Greg Jennings has returned, Cobb will see the field plenty.
James Jones will start along with Jennings for the Packers in 2 WR sets.
Randall Cobb has fewer receiving yards than any other top 20 WR on the season with 675.
Cobb also has the lowest number of targets (84) among top 20 WRs on the season.
Randall Cobb is not to be considered a top 20 wide receiver during the fantasy playoffs.