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Two overvalued 49ers in NFC title game

We break down what 49ers might be overvalued in this weekend’s DFS contests for the NFC title game.

San Francisco 49ers running back Tevin Coleman celebrates after a touchdown against the Minnesota Vikings during the third quarter in a NFC Divisional Round playoff football game at Levi’s Stadium. Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

The San Francisco 49ers will host the Green Bay Packers in the NFC title game Sunday, and there’s not much time left for NFL DFS contests. That being said, we’ve selected a couple San Francisco players who could be overvalued in this weekend’s two-game slate.

Tevin Coleman, RB ($5,700)

Coleman tallied 25.5 DKFP in the Divisional Round, finishing with 105 rushing yards and two scores on 22 carries. But that doesn’t mean he’ll remain the San Fransisco’s top running back or be able to replicate that kind of production. The 49ers have gone with the hot hand at running back this year, so there’s a ton of risk associated with picking Coleman. The only San Francisco player more expensive than Coleman is tight end George Kittle (5,800), who was held to three receptions in the Divisional Round but should bounce back on Sunday. Matt Breida and Raheem Mostert should still have opportunities to take carries from Coleman.

Kendrick Bourne, WR (4,200)

Bourne notched three receptions for 40 yards and a score over the weekend and ranks third on San Francisco’s wide receiver depth chart. His last performance was impressive, but also uncommon for him. The third-year wideout has reached the end zone six times in 2019 but has only received more than five targets twice this year. If he doesn’t score, he has little value. There are other players with higher floors you should consider.