WR - SF
Week 7 Outlook
Kendrick Bourne hauled in 2-of-3 targets for 44 yards during the 49ers' 24-16 win over the Rams in Week 6.
After jumping out to an early lead, the 49ers' were playing conservative for much of the game while finishing with 37 rushing attempts. Despite being a solid red zone target, Bourne is easily the fourth option in this passing game now that everyone is healthy and fantasy managers will need him to find the end zone for him to return value. He will be a WR4/5 for the 49ers' Week 7 matchup against the Patriots.
Kendrick Bourne hauled in 2-of-4 targets for 30 yards and a score during the 49ers' Week 5 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday.
Always a red zone threat, Bourne found pay-dirt from 19-yards out with C.J. Beathard under center in the third-quarter. Outside of that, he was an afterthought on a day where the entire 49ers' team struggled mightily. With Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel now healthy, Bourne carries very little fantasy value outside of deeper leagues.
Kendrick Bourne hauled in 3-of-6 targets for 33 yards during the 49ers' 20-25 loss to the Eagles in Week 4.
With George Kittle and Deebo Samuel both returning to the lineup for Sunday's game, it was still encouraging to see Bourne see six targets. His night would have been much better as he had a touchdown overturned late in the fourth quarter when his knee went down just before the ball broke the plain. The uncertainty at quarterback along with his inconsistent play makes Bourne a frustrating fantasy player at times. He is best left on the bench or waiver wire moving forward.
Kendrick Bourne caught 4-of-6 targets for 63 yards during the 49ers' Week 3 dismantling of the Giants.
Bourne was once again active in the passing game but took a backseat to rookie Brandon Aiyuk. With the 49ers' still dealing with a plethora of injuries, Bourne should continue to see around 4-6 targets per game until the offense is back to full health. Things may not come as easy in Week 4 against the Eagles, however, where Bourne will be a low-end streaming option.
Kendrick Bourne hauled in four of five targets for a team-high 67 yards during the 49ers' 31-13 victory over the Jets in Week 2.
Bourne was quiet early on, catching his first pass just before halftime. Fortunately for those forced to start him, Bourne was much more involved in the second half. With the 49ers' currently plagued with injuries, his role moving forward remains a bit unclear, though he isn't the worst streaming option at receiver. He should remain on the streaming radar if Kittle is forced to miss another week.
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