Vernon Davis has solid fantasy game in loss to Saints

San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis runs onto the field - Ezra Shaw

San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis caught four passes for 33 yards and a touchdown in the Week 11 loss to the New Orleans Saints. We bring you the fantasy implications here.

San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis caught four passes for 33 yards and a touchdown in the Week 11 loss to the New Orleans Saints. Davis was targeted five times and was absolutely robbed on another touchdown pass when the referees completely blew an obvious holding penalty on Rafael Bush. It was still a solid game for Davis who was recovering from a concussion. On the year, he has 553 receiving yards and eight touchdowns.

Fantasy impact: Davis is still an impact player and the second-leading receiver for the 49ers. Despite the 49ers' struggles in the passing game, Davis is averaging 65 yards per game. Davis has been targeted 54 times this year even thougyh his production being limited with injuries. The 49ers will face the Washington Redskins in Week 12 and they are giving up the sixth-most fantasy points to tight ends.

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