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1 (5) +27-4-0.636W312759.48725.46
Division 1: South
1 (5) +27-4-0.636W312759.48725.46
2 (3) -27-4-0.636L114768.80732.04
3 (7) +16-5-0.545W210766.78734.48
4 (15) 3-8-0.273L22712.68857.56
Division 2: North
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4 (16) 2-9-0.182W11614.92761.66
Division 3: East
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2 (9) 6-5-0.545W48769.22767.22
3 (12) 4-7-0.364L25733.88810.84
4 (14) 3-8-0.273L33697.82876.78
Division 4: West
1 (1) +28-3-0.727W116968.90769.76
2 (2) +28-3-0.727W215916.04812.16
3 (6) -16-4-1.591L111870.62774.62
4 (11) 5-6-0.455W16902.40837.76
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League Player News

  • 11/21, 2:24 pm
    • Evans managed four solo tackles and...

      Evans managed four solo tackles and an interception in Sunday's 30-20 win over the Dolphins.

      Analysis: The rookie safety continues to show up well on the stat sheet, with Sunday's first-quarter interception of a pass intended for DeVante Parker serving as his second of the season. Evans has been impressive the more playing time he's received, and he now boasts 44 tackles (34 solo), two picks and a total of five passes defensed over his first 10 career games.

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  • 11/21, 2:20 pm
    • The 49ers haven't decided on a...

      The 49ers haven't decided on a starting quarterback for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, but general manager John Lynch seemingly vouched his support for Beathard (thumb) on Tuesday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. "You watch the way C.J. Beathard played the other day, he looked like he could be the guy. That's a good issue," Lynch added.

      Analysis: Lynch also spoke well of Beathard's challenger for the starting role, Jimmy Garoppolo, stating that the newly acquired quarterback is "going to be our guy" rather than an asset the team would look to trade away in the offseason. With that in mind, it still seems likely that Garoppolo will unseat Beathard before the season is out, but Lynch said that he would leave the Week 12 starting decision up to head coach Kyle Shanahan, who is expected to reveal his choice Wednesday. Beathard's numbers while logging extended snaps over the last five games are unremarkable -- he's completed 54.3 percent of his passes for 1,229 yards, four touchdowns and five interceptions while adding 115 yards and three scores on the ground -- but he saved his best performance Week 9 win over the Giants (19-for-25 for 288 yards and two touchdowns with one rushing touchdown). That may be enough for Beathard to garner one more start over Garoppolo coming out of the 49ers' bye week.

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  • 11/21, 2:18 pm
    • David posted six tackles (three solo)...

      David posted six tackles (three solo) -- including a half-tackle for loss -- and a quarterback hit in Sunday's 30-20 win over the Dolphins.

      Analysis: The 27-year-old Miami native enjoyed a successful homecoming, as he posted a third consecutive solid tackle tally. David has 21 stops over his last three games, a haul that includes a total of 2.5 tackles behind the line of scrimmage. The six-year pro looks to be significantly more instinctual in his second season defensive coordinator Mike Smith's scheme, rendering him an above-average IDP option at the linebacker position.

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  • 11/21, 2:07 pm
    • The Falcons waived Collins (suspension) on...

      The Falcons waived Collins (suspension) on Tuesday, Will McFadden of the Falcons' official site reports.

      Analysis: Collins completed his 10-game suspension for violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy following Monday's win over the Seahawks, but it appears the Falcons weren't eager to welcome the third-year cornerback back into the fold. The 24-year-old, a second-round pick out of LSU in 2015, flashed coverage skills in the Falcons' run to the Super Bowl last season, but off-field transgressions have hindered his development. Based on his pedigree and talent alone, it's expected that Collins will generate plenty of interest from other teams upon hitting the waiver wire.

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  • 11/21, 1:57 pm
    • Confirming an earlier report, Osweiler will...

      Confirming an earlier report, Osweiler will be benched for Sunday's game against the Raiders with the Broncos set to officially name Paxton Lynch as their new starting quarterback Wednesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.

      Analysis: After replacing the struggling Trevor Siemian as the team's starter in Week 9, Osweiler was always believed to be keeping the seat warm for Lynch, who had been inactive for the first 10 games of the season while recovering from a right shoulder sprain. Lynch was elevated to backup duties for Sunday's loss to the Bengals while Osweiler failed to spark the offense for the third consecutive outing, completing 23 of 42 passes for 254 yards, a touchdown and an interception. With the Broncos eager to see what they have in Lynch, a 2016 first-round pick, in the midst of a losing season, neither Osweiler nor Siemian is likely to earn another look in a starting role the rest of the way, barring an injury to Lynch. It's unclear which of the two remaining signal callers will act as Lynch's understudy in the Week 12 matchup.

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