Martellus Bennett had seven catches for 37 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's win over the 49ers.
Bennett got all of his receptions on check downs in a game where Jay Cutler threw for only 176 yards. His touchdown was a three-yard fade route in the fourth quarter. With Alshon Jeffery at less than full health, Bennett tied Brandon Marshall for a team high eight targets. Bennett now has touchdowns in two straight games and remains a low-end TE1.
Stevie Johnson caught two passes for 26 yards in the 49ers' Week 2 loss to the Bears.
Johnson played in three-wide sets, finishing with four targets. Both of his catches came on third down. Brandon Lloyd and Quinton Patton were both healthy inactives. Johnson is locked in as the 49ers' No. 3 receiver.
Anquan Boldin had two catches for 34 yards in Sunday night's loss to the Bears.
He was targeted six times. With Michael Crabtree healthy, Boldin was the No. 3 option. Vernon Davis left in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury, so Boldin could potentially see an expanded role in Week 3 against the Cardinals.
Alshon Jeffery secured 3-of-6 targets for 47 yards in Sunday night's Week 2 win over the 49ers.
Jeffery was clearly playing injured, and had just one catch for four yards at half. His only notable play was a 29 yard fade route he caught over 49ers CB Chris Culliver. With the Bears playing on Monday night, Jeffery will have eight days to get healthy for Week 3.
Michael Crabtree caught seven passes for 82 yards and a touchdown in Sunday night's loss to the Bears.
Crabtree was Colin Kaepernick's clear No. 1 option, drawing a team-high nine targets. He got wide open for a three-yard touchdown in the first quarter, with the majority of his yardage coming on the 49ers' final two drives. Crabtree's calf injury is no longer an issue. He's an upside WR2 in Week 3.
Brandon Marshall had five catches for 48 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday night's win over the 49ers.
Marshall had arguably the best catch of the season on a one-handed 17-yard touchdown over 49ers CB Jimmy Ward at the end of the first half. All three of his scores came against Ward. He tied for the team lead with eight targets and played the entire game despite his questionable status. Marshall has 13 catches for 119 yards and four touchdowns through two weeks.
Frank Gore rushed for 63 yards on 13 carries and a touchdown in Sunday night's Week 2 loss to the Bears.
He added two catches for 12 yards. Gore's touchdown came on an eight-yard counter run. He surprisingly saw just five carries in the second half despite averaging 4.8 YPC. Gore lost a red-zone carry and passing down work to Carlos Hyde, but remains the lead back. He'll be an RB2 for Week 3 against the Cardinals.
Matt Forte had 12 carries for 24 yards in Sunday night's win over the 49ers.
Forte was shut down by the 49ers' run defense, and had five catches for just 15 yards on eight targets. The Bears offense wasn't effective despite scoring four touchdowns, and capitalized off good field position following Colin Kaepernick's second-half interceptions. This might end up as Forte's worst game of the season. Forte has another tough matchup in Week 3 against the Jets.