Colin Kaepernick and Other NFL Fantasy Players of Interest for Your Playoff Push

Josh Zerkle@JoshZerkleChief Writer IIINovember 28, 2012

Your fantasy football regular season is almost over. You need to win down the homestretch here, either to qualify for the playoffs or improve your seeding. You need an extra player in your starting lineup, somebody that the rest of your league has overlooked that will give you the edge in your final regular-season matchup. 

We've got you covered in today's episode of "Fantasize Me."

I'm joined by Fantasy Sports Lead Writer Jay Clemons as we bring you players of interest for your fantasy football finale. We have quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers that will give your fantasy squad a boost when you need it most. Because that's what we do. 

One player we'll give you: San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick. You'd best grab him right now if he's still around in your league—Niners head coach Jim Harbaugh just named Kap the starter for their Week 13 game against the Rams. The second-year double-threat quarterback has impressed in his first two NFL starts, surely a sign of good things to come for the Niners as they make their own chase toward the postseason. 

Enjoy our Wednesday episode of "Fantasize Me." Check out our video above and leave your own fantasy thoughts and questions in the comments below. As always, thanks for watching. 

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