Drew Stanton completed 14-of-26 passes for 149 yards with no touchdowns and one interception in Sunday's loss at Seattle.
Stanton was predictably overwhelmed from the opening snap. The Seahawks, playing at home and desperate to gain ground on the division leaders, stacked the box and ate up the pass-game weapons with the Legion of Boom. Of course, Stanton looked unlikely to complete passes down the field even if they were open as he regressed to early-season levels. Even in a dream matchup at Atlanta in Week 13, Stanton is not a fantasy play.
Alfred Morris rushed 21 times for 125 yards and a touchdown in the Redskins' Week 12 loss to San Francisco, adding a five-yard reception.
This is the type of line fantasy owners expected from Morris last week against Tampa Bay. The Redskins played run-dominated offense on Sunday, attempting to limit Robert Griffin III's impact on the game. Morris was the beneficiary, consistently gashing San Francisco's normally stout defense on zone runs. Ultimately, "Alf" was one of the few Skins offensive players who showed up. He'll be a borderline RB1 when the Redskins face a soft Colts defense in Week 13.
Michael Crabtree secured 5-of-7 targets for 58 yards in the 49ers' Week 12 win over the Redskins.
Anquan Boldin dominated the receiving workload for San Francisco on Sunday, parlaying a team-high 12 targets into a 9-137-1 line. Crabtree was effective with his opportunities but failed to register big plays against the Redskins' soft pass defense. Still, we've seen enough progress from Crabtree in recent weeks that he's earned a weekly WR3 place in fantasy lineups. Unfortunately, Crabtree is next slated for a difficult Week 13 matchup with Seattle on Thanksgiving Night.
Vernon Davis secured 3-of-5 targets for 21 yards in the 49ers' Week 12 win over the Redskins.
Davis' most notable play was a unforgivable third-quarter dropped pass that would have gone for a substantial gain. There are whispers Davis has mailed it in after the Niners failed to honor his offseason contract demands. He looks like a player incapable of helping any team at this stage of his career. Davis has also drawn poor blocking grades from Pro Football Focus.
Shaun Hill completed just 18-of-35 passes for 198 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions in the Rams' 27-24, Week 12 loss to the Chargers.
Hill was picked off on his first and last throws of the game, with a fumble-six sandwiched in between, channeling his inner Austin Davis. The final interception was an absolute back-breaker, as the Rams were set up inside the Chargers' five-yard line with a chance to win the game and at least kick a field goal to head to overtime. OC Brian Schottenheimer mind-numbingly dialed up a pass, and Hill threw it right to Marcus Gilchrist to seal the loss. Hill was bad for most of the day, though. He'll be bottom-barrel QB2 against the Raiders in Week 13.
Doug Baldwin caught two passes for six yards in Sunday's Week 12 win over the Cardinals.
Baldwin was eerily quiet, not catching his first pass until getting a play ran for him on a 3rd-and-1 midway through the third quarter. It's a reminder that no one gets featured in this spread-the-wealth pass game, and that Patrick Peterson/Antonio Cromartie are not to be messed with. Baldwin will be a weak WR3 bet against the 49ers on Thanksgiving night -- he hasn't topped 50 yards in a month.
DeSean Jackson caught two passes for 39 yards in the Redskins' Week 12 loss to the 49ers.
He was targeted five times. Washington's offense was simplified and run-dominated against San Francisco. Robert Griffin III finished with just 106 passing yards, so the entirety of Washington's pass-catching corps failed to deliver in fantasy leagues. We're at the point where we'd like to see Colt McCoy play, for the sake of Jackson and Pierre Garcon. If Griffin gets another start in Week 13 against the Colts, D-Jax will be a fringe WR3. Things have gotten that bad for the Redskins' passing "attack."
Jermaine Kearse caught one pass for 19 yards in Sunday's Week 12 win over the Cardinals.
Kearse predictably found nowhere to run against Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie. He saw just two targets and was spotted on the sidelines stretching out his shoulder at one point. Kearse will be a poor fantasy bet again on Thanksgiving at San Francisco -- he's been under 20 yards in three of the last five games.