Full Stat Predictions for the San Francisco 49ers' Regular Season

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Full Stat Predictions for the San Francisco 49ers' Regular Season
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21st century sports have the average Joe football fan keyed in on the statistical side like never before, largely thanks to the escalating craze of fantasy gaming leagues. But even if pretending to be a general manager with your buddies and co-workers is not your cup of tea, the visual aid of numbers helps to look at a player and understand their value, much like a stock.

For the San Francisco 49ers—a roster in flux at several positions—there are stocks soaring and there are others plummeting, which could drastically change the landscape of this team in 2013. Not necessarily for better or worse, just different.

From injuries to departed free agents and new arrivals, the radical changes to the personnel from one year to the next will require the coaching staff to adapt to their players.

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick will be orchestrating the show, but with his go-to receiver Michael Crabtree out, it will force the first-year starter to rely on the scope of his WR corps, along with his two-tight-end tandem and backs.

Ball distribution, transcendent playmaking ability from the QB position and hard-nosed, attacking style defense will characterize the 2013 49ers.

The following provides full statistical projections and analysis for offensive starters, as well as all relevant skill players on defense and special teams for the upcoming season.



Statistics provided by Pro Football Reference, unless otherwise indicated. Contract information is courtesy of Spotrac, while the 2012 snaps were provided by Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area.

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