Top 49ers on DraftKings for Week 13 Ranked by Average Points per Game

Dec 1, 2015 at 11:08 AM--


DraftKings, a week-to-week fantasy sports site that gives you a virtual $50,000 salary cap to create your NFL roster and compete with others, has ranked the top San Francisco 49ers based on their average points earned per game played. They are listed in the table below. Fantasy sports typically put a huge emphasis on offensive players but typically include defenses as a whole as a player in a matchup.

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Player Avg pts
QB Blaine Gabbert 17.7
WR Anquan Boldin 13.1
RB Carlos Hyde 12.0
WR Torrey Smith 7.6
RB Shaun Draughn 5.6
TE Vance McDonald 5.1
TE Garrett Celek 5.1
WR Quinton Patton 4.7
DST 49ers Def/ST 4.0
WR Jerome Simpson 2.1
RB Bruce Miller 1.7
WR Bruce Ellington 1.6
TE Blake Bell 1.6
RB Kendall Gaskins 1.6
WR DeAndrew White 1.0

DraftKings also ranks players based on cost to add that player to your roster for the week. Below are the most expensive 49ers players for week 13.

Player W13 Cost
QB Blaine Gabbert $5,000
QB Dylan Thompson $5,000
WR Anquan Boldin $4,100
RB Shaun Draughn $4,000
RB Carlos Hyde $3,800
WR Torrey Smith $3,200
TE Vance McDonald $3,000
WR Quinton Patton $3,000
WR Jerome Simpson $3,000
RB Bruce Miller $3,000
WR Bruce Ellington $3,000
RB Kendall Gaskins $3,000
WR DeAndrew White $3,000
RB Travaris Cadet $3,000
TE Garrett Celek $2,500

Of course, here are the most expensive Chicago Bears for week 13. The 49ers and Bears face off in Chicago on Sunday, December 6 at 10 AM Pacific.

Player W13 Cost
WR Alshon Jeffery $6,900
RB Matt Forte $6,900
RB Jeremy Langford $5,300
QB Jay Cutler $5,100
QB David Fales $5,000
WR Marquess Wilson $4,000
TE Martellus Bennett $3,600
TE Zach Miller $3,100
WR Eddie Royal $3,000
WR Joshua Bellamy $3,000
WR Cameron Meredith $3,000
RB Ka'Deem Carey $3,000
WR Marc Mariani $3,000
RB Antone Smith $3,000
WR Deonte Thompson $3,000



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