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    Week 9 of fantasy football brings a week of odd matchups at quarterback.The schedule appears unfriendly to those looking for a can’t-miss effort at the position. Obviously George Kittle Jersey White , fantasy players have to fill the QB spot, but this looks as if it’s a week where running backs will have to carry the bulk of production.START: Dak Prescott, QB, Cowboys: Despite a 3:5 TD:INT rate over the past four games, Prescott is one of the exceptions of the Week 9 rule as he faces a Giants defense that’s the ninth-worst in fantasy football against opposing passers. Prescott passed for 405 yards and four touchdowns against New York in Week 1.SIT: Kyler Murray, QB, Cardinals: He has failed to throw a touchdown pass in four of his past five games and faces the second-best fantasy defense against opposing quarterbacks. Murray is averaging a paltry 6 yards per attempt over the past two weeks, managing a mere 324 yards on 54 attempts.START: Derrick Henry, RB, Titans: Owners of Henry are still waiting for a huge effort. They won’t have to wait much longer, as Henry gets to run against a Panthers defense that couldn’t stop 49ers back Tevin Coleman last week and are the fifth-most run friendly defense in fantasy football. Henry also faces a defense that has allowed a league-high 12 rushing touchdowns.SIT: David Montgomery, RB, Bears: Coming off a career-best 135-yard effort against the Chargers, the rookie back will face an Eagles defense that allows 3.9 yards per carry and is the sixth-best run defense in fantasy football. Montgomery had not rushed for more than 67 yards prior to last week, so do not count a repeat effort from him.START: Courtland Sutton, WR, Broncos: Sutton has a reception of at least 20 yards in all but one game this season despite not putting up a 100-yard game since Week 1. The Browns have done a decent job against the pass this season, but this should be the game the Broncos begin treating Sutton as the featured receiver he is and start giving him double-digit targets.SIT: Marquise Brown, WR Frank Gore Jersey , Ravens: Baltimore will have its playmaking rookie wideout back in the lineup on Sunday night, but Brown — who hasn’t played since Week 5 — returns against the league’s best defense in the form of the Patriots, who also are the toughest in fantasy against opposing receivers. Brown has game-altering skills, but the risk far out-weigh any reward his fantasy owners can count on.START: Hunter Henry, TE, Chargers: Henry has caught 18 of his 23 targets in the three games he has played since returning from injury while averaging 80 yards per game in that span. The Packers have been vulnerable against opposing tight ends all season and are seventh-worst overall in fantasy against them.SIT: Trey Burton, TE, Bears: Don’t invest in Burton having a “revenge” game against his former Eagles teammates. Burton is averaging fewer than 4 yards per target and has generated 16 or fewer receiving yards in his past four games. He’s become more of an afterthought in Chicago’s offense.START: Tyrell Williams, WR, Raiders: Williams has caught touchdowns in each of his five games this season and faces a Lions defense that has allowed 14 passing touchdowns. Williams’ deep-strike capabilities also plays well against Detroit, which gives up 12.5 yards per reception, seventh-worst in the league.SIT: Baker Mayfield, QB, Browns: The Broncos are the third best fantasy defense against opposing passers, a fact that doesn’t encourage signs of Mayfield breaking out of his slump. Mayfield has yet to throw multiple touchdowns in a game this season and has been picked off six times in the past three weeks.START: Gardner Minshew II, QB, Jaguars: All-Pro DE J.J. Watt is lost for the season, taking the heart and soul of the Texans pass rush with him. That means more time to throw in London for Minshew, who has thrown at least two touchdowns in five games this season. Even with Watt http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-fred-warner-jersey , Houston had the fifth-worst defense in fantasy football against opposing passers, making Minshew that more enticing to use.SIT: Mark Walton, RB, Dolphins: The Dolphins’ new lead back will be facing a Jets defense that is second in the league in fewest yards per carry (3.3). The Jets have allowed 10 rushing touchdowns on the ground, but there’s little to suggest that Walton will be in a position to add to that total, especially since Kalen Ballage will get the goal-line touches.START: Allen Robinson II, WR, Bears: Robinson has averaged nearly 10 targets per game this season, a friendly number going against an Eagles defense that allows the most fantasy points to opposing receivers. He’s scored all three of his touchdowns in the past three games, again a friendly number considering the Eagles have given up 16 scoring tosses.SIT: Greg Olsen, TE, Panthers: The Kyle Allen era has not been kind to the veteran pass catcher, who has eight receptions for 70 yards over his past four games. If/when Cam Newton returns, things will get brighter, but as long as Allen is in the lineup, Olsen should be out of yours.START: Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions: The veteran has averaged 315.5 yards over the past four games to go along with 10 touchdown passes in that span. Stafford has 33 completions of better than 20 yards this season, bad news for a Raiders defense that has struggled in passing yards allowed.SIT: Carlos Hyde Womens Ronnie Lott Jersey , RB, Texans: His production hinges on whether the Texans want to attack downfield with QB Deshaun Watson or if coach Bill O’Brien wants to play ball control. It looks as if the former will take place in London, so Hyde — who doesn’t factor much in the Texans’ passing offense — will be limited in a fast-paced game. SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — When Kyle Shanahan was up for a head coaching job in the NFL two offseasons ago, he had one of his interviews in a very familiar place.Shanahan met with Denver general manager John Elway for about four hours to interview for a job his dad, Mike, held for 14 seasons, helping Elway and the Broncos win a pair of Super Bowl titles.Elway ended up giving the job to Vance Joseph in 2017 and Shanahan got hired by the San Francisco 49ers instead in what he believes is a better spot to make his imprint.“I’d like to say I made the decision pretty hard on them. I’d like to think that,” Shanahan said. “I didn’t think I had much chance before. I definitely am happy where I am, and I think it’s definitely a better situation not being there with my dad. Also, that’s my wife’s home. That’s my home. I enjoy going back there to visit, but I like living where I’m at.”Shanahan now gets the chance to coach against the franchise he spent so much time around as a kid when the 49ers (2-10) host the Broncos (6-6) on Sunday.Shanahan has plenty of memories from his time in Denver, especially being the “cord boy” in Denver’s 1998 Super Bowl win over Green Bay when he held the cords for his father on the sideline.“After that Green Bay Super Bowl, they went wireless the next year,” Shanahan said. “I think they only won one more because they didn’t have as good of a cord-holder, is what I always tell my dad.”Here are some other things to watch:UNDRAFTED GEMSTwo of the three undrafted quarterbacks to start a game in the NFL this season will square off on Sunday.Denver’s Case Keenum entered the league as an undrafted free agent in Houston in 2012 and emerged as a top-flight starter last year in Minnesota. He signed with the Broncos this year and has the team in position for a playoff run.San Francisco’s Nick Mullens entered the league last year as an undrafted free agent and was finally promoted from the practice squad in September after Jimmy Garoppolo went down with a season-ending knee injury in Week 3. Mullens has started four games and has the fifth-most yards passing since the merger in his first four career games with 1,147.“Being an undrafted guy, I’ve kind of, I guess you could say done some research on different guys’ paths and how they’ve made it C. J. Beathard Jersey White , how they’ve stuck around in the NFL,” Mullens said. “He’s definitely a guy that I’ve looked at his path, see how he’s gone. He’s a great quarterback.”UNDRAFTED GEMS PART 2Both teams will also feature undrafted starting running backs as well. Denver’s Phillip Lindsay has 1,126 yards from scrimmage this season, joining Dominic Rhodes (1,328), Clark Gaines (1,124) and LeGarrette Blount (1,021) as the only undrafted rookies to reach 1,000 yards from scrimmage.San Francisco’s Jeff Wilson gets his first start in place of another undrafted gem, Matt Breida, who is out with an ankle injury. Wilson rushed for 61 yards on 15 carries and caught eight passes for 73 yards in his most extensive action last week and is familiar with Lindsay as another undrafted player.“You know who the guys are,” Wilson said. “I know he’s a great back. He’s one of the best ones to me.”INJURY BUGThe Broncos got a tough break this week when leading receiver Emmanuel Sanders went down with a torn left Achilles tendon in practice on Wednesday. Sanders led the team with 71 catches for 868 yards and four touchdowns in a bounce-back year. His injury comes three days after star cornerback Chris Harris Jr. broke his leg, leaving the Broncos without seven starters from the opening-day lineup.“We can’t cry about it,” Joseph said. “We have to move on and go play a football game on Sunday.”SEARCHING FOR TAKEAWAYSThe 49ers are closing in on a record for ineptitude when it comes to causing turnovers. Their five takeaways through 12 games are the fewest ever at this point in the season, lowering the previous mark of seven by Jacksonville in 2016.San Francisco needs six takeaways in the final four games to avoid setting the mark of 11 for fewest ever in a non-strike season, last done by Chicago in 2016.

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