Take a seat, son
QB Sam Bradford. Despite the Niners' struggles so far, they've been able to lock down to pretty good quarterbacks the last two weeks in Andrew Luck and Russell Wilson. Bradford hasn't exactly been setting the world on fire either, despite all his new toys. Keep him on the pine.
WR Chris Givens. In his only other game against the 49ers last season, Givens hauled in a whopping 11 passes, but only for 92 yards, and didn't find the end zone. He's struggled a bit so far this season and needs to earn your trust before inserting him into your line-up on a regular basis. He's a WR3 at best.
WR Tavon Austin. The rookie from West Virginia has consistently pulled in 6 passes in each of his first three games in the NFL, but has yet to exceed 47 yards. Even in a PPR, where that would get you 10 points, I'm not sure it's enough to put him in my starting lineup.
TE Vernon Davis. I may end up regretting this one, but VD is still questionable for tonight's game as of this writing, and even if he does play, how effective will he be? St. Louis has already played two top 10 TEs in Tony Gonzales and Jason Witten and didn't allow either to get into the end zone. If you have another option, I'd wait on Davis another week.
TE Jared Cook. How nice would it be to know which Jared Cook would show up week to week? The monster who dropped a fantasy nuke in Week 1, or the pedestrian player who has put up duds the last two weeks? I'd be more content with starting him in a PPR, since he seems to get a lot of targets, but I don't envision him getting into the end zone tonight.
WRs for San Francisco not named Anquan Boldin. If you have Kyle Williams, Marlon Moore, Jon Baldwin or Quinton Patton on your fantasy football roster and you play in anything less than a 16-team league (I'll forgive Patton in a dynasty league), then ask the person next to you to kick you in the shin. You deserved that. Now, promptly log onto your fantasy football team's website, click drop as fast as you can and add someone, anyone, with fantasy relevance to your roster. You're welcome.