The 49ers had been looking for more production in their return game, and it appears they've found it in second-year running back LaMichael James.Over the past two games, James has been much more productive on punt returns, specifically, than Kyle Williams, who began the season as the No. 1 punt returner. Williams – since released – had fair catches on 20 of 32 opportunities. And, on his 12 returns he managed just 61 yards, an average of just over 5 yards.In three games now as the Niners' primary punt returner, James has 130 yards on returns and has only two fair catches in 12 opportunities. On Monday night in the 49ers' 27-6 victory over Washington, James averaged 14.4 yards per punt return and had a 40-yarder in the third quarter that set up a San Francisco touchdown.On that return, James collected the punt and sped down the sideline, eventually getting pushed out of bounds at the Washington 39-yard line with 4:15 remaining in the third quarter. Five plays later, the 49ers scored on Colin Kaepernick's 1-yard pass to tight end Vernon Davis.Against the Redskins, James had 125 yards on punt and kickoff returns (72 on punts, 53 on kickoffs)."Great to see some big plays...