San Francisco 49ers (10-4) Should Break Down Atlanta Falcons (4-10)

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The San Francisco 49ers shoot for their 11th win on the season when they play host to the Atlanta Falcons. Kickoff is at 8:40 PM ET on Monday and the game can be seen on ESPN. San Francisco is a 13.5 point favorite and currently has a 10-4 overall record and 5-2 home record. Atlanta sports a 4-10 overall record and 1-6 away record.

Last week the 49ers defeated the Buccaneers, 33-14, a game in which Aldon Smith played extraordinarily well with two sacks and four tackles. Frank Gore also had a good game, running for 86 yards on 22 carries. The Falcons come into the game fresh off a close 27-26 victory over the Redskins. Matt Ryan went 29 for 38 for 210 yards through the air, one score and one pick.


Falcons Passing Leaders
Grade Name Comp Att Yds TDs Int
B 86.2 M. Ryan 374 563 3,887 22 14


49ers Passing Leaders
Grade Name Comp Att Yds TDs Int
B 82.7 C. Kaepernick 209 361 2,690 18 8


Falcons Rushing Leaders
Grade Name P Att Yds YdsA TDs
B- 80.3 S. Jackson RB 128 449 3.5 5
C+ 78.6 J. Rodgers RB 93 322 3.5 2
A- 91.3 A. Smith RB 5 145 29.0 2


49ers Rushing Leaders
Grade Name P Att Yds YdsA TDs
B 85.4 F. Gore RB 242 1,017 4.2 8
B 82.7 C. Kaepernick QB 82 449 5.5 3
C 72.1 K. Hunter RB 73 294 4.0 3


Falcons Receiving Leaders
Grade Name P Rec Yds YdsA TDs
B+ 87.5 H. Douglas WR 73 963 13.2 2
A 93.4 T. Gonzalez TE 71 740 10.4 7
A+ 100+ J. Jones WR 41 580 14.1 2


49ers Receiving Leaders
Grade Name P Rec Yds YdsA TDs
B+ 89.3 A. Boldin WR 70 958 13.7 5
A 96.7 V. Davis TE 49 805 16.4 12
D 62.7 B. Miller FB 25 243 9.7 0