First, don’t panic. This is very salvageable.
Let’s break it down.
At QB, you have the number 4 and number 7 QB. You’re more than good here.
Your WR’s have underperformed so far, but there is hope.
Ridley should do better once Pitts does better, but right now defenses can focus on stopping Ridley. Pitts will breakout, and then defenses will have to show him more respect. Until then, you just have to ride it out.
Diontae is doing what we expected. He’s ok.
Julio is getting older, and we are now understanding why Atlanta was willing to let him go. What you see may be all you get from him. He’s not bad, but he’s no WR1 any more.
Aiyuk, and all of SF for that matter, is going thru a weird time. There’s stuff going on behind the scenes that just leaves all of us baffled. Aiyuk has talent, but you may need to leave him on your bench until things sort themselves out.
Anderson is just done. Unless CMC gets hurt again, you won’t see Anderson do what he did last season. If you can get a better WR on the waiver wire, I recommend you do so.
Patrick is over-performing for now, and is worthy of a start in your 3 WR rotation.
On to RB…Chubb is the number 4 RB, even in PPR. Mixon is number 8. You’re solid at RB. Javante and Pollard make good backups. No worries here.
TE is an issue for you. Tonyan redeemed himself Monday night, but that still leaves him at 13 for TE’s. You may want to shop the waiver wire for a better backup than Engram. You might even find a better TE than Tonyan. But you don’t list a TE starting requirement? If you don’t need a TE, then forget the position. And don’t waste the flex position on a TE.
Greg Z is number 8 at K. No worries here, unless there’s a better one on your waiver wire.
Pittsburgh was the number 12 defense after getting curb-stomped by the Raiders. They should have better days ahead.
In summary, you need to look closely at your WR’s and TE’s (which you may not even need).
By the way, losing by 8 and 6 points is brutal, but that is easily close enough to bounce back. No worries.