It was an ugly game, but I won. Jaeger didn't play, instead they gave the rookie gunslinger the start. He actually did pretty well, consistently finding open receivers. He marched his team down to the 1 or 2 yard line at the end of the game, and threw it to a receiver in the end zone, but it was tipped by 55-MLB Thomas Howard and then intercepted by secondary stud 40-CB1 Freddy Batiste.
Hubert did excellently to start the game, and then slumped in the middle, before picking up again, but he threw 2 INTs to 2 TDs and 285 yards with a sub 50% completion rate.
RB3 had a solid week, but notched less than 4 YPC against San Francisco's front seven that is tough against the run (there's a reason it came in second for best front seven last year). He continues to show that he's excellent as a receiver when he catches the ball, but he has trouble managing to do so.
Woolbright (last year's D-Jax Most Dangerous Player Award recipient) had a big game, and ran for an 82 yard touchdown after breaking a tackle as he caught the ball.