Most Expensive 49ers vs Steelers Players on DraftKings

Sep 16, 2015 at 3:54 PM--


Each year, daily fantasy sports are becoming more and more popular. With DraftKings, you are given a $50,000 salary cap to create your NFL roster and compete with others that did the same thing. Select nine players who each count a specific amount against your salary cap. There is a total of $10,000,000 in prizes and a $2,000,000 first place prize for week 2!

This week, WR Julio Jones of the Atlanta Falcons remains the most expensive player available with a salary cap figure of $8,900. Which San Francisco 49ers players are the most expensive for week 2 of the NFL season?


Find the top 10 listed below. The 49ers will travel to play the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field on Sunday, September 20.

Player - Salary
QB Colin Kaepernick - $6,600
WR Anquan Boldin - $5,700
WR Torrey Smith - $5,400
RB Carlos Hyde - $5,100
QB Blaine Gabbert - $5,000
RB Reggie Bush - $3,800
RB Mike Davis - $3,200
TE Vernon Davis - $3,000
FB Bruce Miller - $3,000
RB Jarryd Hayne - $3,000

On the other side of the ball, here are the top 10 most expensive Steelers available for week 2.

Player - Salary
WR Antonio Brown - $8,800
QB Ben Roethlisberger - $7,200
RB DeAngelo Williams - $5,300
QB Michael Vick - $5,000
QB Landry Jones - $5,000
WR Markus Wheaton - $3,800
TE Heath Miller - $3,500
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey - $3,300
RB Will Johnson - $3,100
RB Jordan Todman - $3,000






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