Dec 212012

Last week: 2 (+1)

Record: 10-3-1

Net points per drive: 0.90 (2nd)

DVOA: 34.8% (4th)

Weighted DVOA: 35.1% (4th)

The 49ers won last week and earned this spot, at least until they lose in Seattle this week. Then would Seattle be #1 even though you can’t trust them to win a single road playoff game, let alone 3 (4 if you include the neutral site Super Bowl)? Would it be the Patriots again, even though they just lost to the 49ers? Or would the 49ers stay put even though they’d have 4 losses and a tie? Or would I have to put the Packers here just because, even though I haven’t been impressed by them, I feel like they’re being given just enough doubt to go on a huge run once they’re healthy? All I can say is, it’s going to be a fun finish.


WR Michael Crabtree: Caught 7 passes for 107 yards and 2 touchdowns on 12 attempts on 24 pass snaps, 8.0 YAC per catch, 1 drop, 1 penalty

MLB NaVorro Bowman: 7 solo tackles, 1 assist, 3 stops, 1 missed tackle, 1 quarterback hurry on 6 blitzes, allowed 4 catches for 25 yards on 8 attempts, 1 pass deflection

ROLB Aldon Smith: 2 quarterback hits and 4 quarterback hurries on 54 pass rush snaps, 1 interception, 2 solo tackles, 1 stop

P Andy Lee: 5 punts for 283 yards, 3 inside 20, 5 returns for 13 yards, 54.0 net yards per yards


TE Vernon Davis: Caught 1 pass for 10 yards on 3 attempts on 28 pass snaps, 1.0 YAC per catch

CB Chris Culliver: Allowed 6 catches for 120 yards on 8 attempts on 63 pass snaps, 6 solo tackles

RE Justin Smith: Did not record a pressure on 31 pass rush snaps, 2 solo tackles, 2 stops

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