Dolphins vs. 49ers: Fantasy football projections featuring Colin Kaepernick, Reggie Bush, Brian Hartline

David Welker

We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 14 matchup between the Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers.

The San Francisco 49ers host the Miami Dolphins in a Week 14 inter-conference matchup. The game features to solid defenses, but the offenses could raise some eyebrows by the Bay. To help you prepare your fantasy football lineup the beginning of the playoffs, we've got game-by-game player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins are trying to build up their passing attack, but for now their primary fantasy weapon is Reggie Bush. Daniel Thomas appeared to be cutting into his workload, but Bush has regained the bulk of the workload for now.

The passing attack remains a PPR-favored attack as Davone Bess and Brian Hartline are likely to get receptions but not a ton of standard points.

San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers will send out second year quarterback Colin Kaepernick for his third start against a Miami defense that has been solid, if a bit inconsistent at times. He'll likely be without Mario Manningham, who is doubtful with a shoulder injury. This could result in the first playing time of the season for rookie A.J. Jenkins. While his only value is in dynasty leagues, he will be one to track in this game.

In the running game, LaMichael James is likely to be active for the first time this season, but again, his only value is in dynasty leagues. Kendall Hunter had some limited single season value before his Achilles injury, but for now, this rushing attack is all about Frank Gore.

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