Good Morning Faithful,
Here are your top 49ers storylines for Tuesday, September 29.
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Kyle Shanahan Provides Injury Updates
Kyle Shanahan addressed the media on Monday to recap the 49ers win over the Giants, as well as provide updates on a number of 49ers that are dealing with injuries. Click here for more information on the following player injuries, as well as updates on Raheem Mostert, Jimmy Garoppolo and George Kittle.
- During Sunday's game, Jordan Reed suffered an MCL sprain that could keep the tight end sidelined for 6-8 weeks.
- Jerick McKinnon also left Sunday's contest with a rib contusion.
- Tevin Coleman was placed on short term Injured Reserve with a knee sprain.
- Cornerback Emmanuel Moseley is in concussion protocol following a hit in the first quarter of Week 3's win.
- Dee Ford continues to work through a back injury.
Watch the full video below. 👇
Week 3 Pro Football Focus Player Grades
Jeff Deeney of Pro Football Focus provided grades for eight members of the 49ers who made an impact during Sunday's contest. Take a look at which 49ers stood out over the weekend.
90.5 Receiving Grade - Jerick McKinnon
89.6 Pass Blocking Grade - Trent Williams
86.5 Overall Grade - Fred Warner
81.0 Overall Grade - Nick Mullens
79.5 Overall Grade - Arik Armstead
78.0 Overall Grade - Dion Jordan
75.3 Overall Grade - Jason Verrett
72.8 Overall Grade - Ross Dwelley
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According to Pro Football Focus, Trent Williams allowed zero pressures against the Giants. He now has the second-hightest PFF pass blocking grade among all tackles behind Ronnie Stanley (Baltimore Ravens).
The "Good Morning Football" crew awarded game balls to players and coaches across the league following Sunday's Week 3 matchups. Watch Peter Schrager's explanation for why head coach Kyle Shanahan deserves this week's game ball below.
Through the first three weeks of football, Fred Warner allowed a passer rating of 31.3, the lowest of any linebacker with at least 60 coverage snaps.