The Wideout Report: Week 16, Michael Crabtree, and the Ghost of Old King Hamlet (Act III)



For the last few months I’ve done Tuesday rundowns of all the wideout situations. I’m doing the same thing this week. Also, since I’m not omniscient, check out RotoViz’s Buy Low Machine and WR GLSP Projections. Here we go. 49ers WRs Here’s what I said last week:
Since Michael Crabtree’s return in Week 13, he and Anquan Boldin have averaged 7.1 and 7.8 standard pts/g. That’s not winning anyone any championships. Having said that, I expect their Week 16 performances against Atlanta to be substantially better.
As Garth says, “It’s almost too easy.” Crabtree is now averaging 7.9 pts/g played. That means he’s basically done on a per-game basis what Kendall Wright has done throughout the season. That’s not great, but it should be good enough to help dynasty owners feel fine about his future.

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