game for 2018 (well Nick Mullens 49ers Jersey , it will be after the the powers that be flex their Seattle game out of Sunday Night Football) against the New York Giants. For fantasy purposes, this could be a very nice thing because the Giants have a bad defense. The 49ers have a ho-hum defense that could be ripe for you Odell Beckham Jr. and Saquan Barkley owners. But since itís Mullens Mania around here until Monday evening, we may as well look at some options for what may be the last 49ers win of the season. As always, percentage owned numbers are based on Yahoo! leagues.Pick-upsQB Nick Mullens% Owned: 3 percentWeek 9 stats: 16/22 (72.7 percent),262 yards, three touchdowns.As crazy as this might sound, Nick Mullens would not be a bad streaming option. There are byes going on and the Giants are not going to have enough with one week of game film to dissect him. Given that Mullens threw three touchdowns last week, he could be a nice sleeper option. Pick him up with the intent to play him in the Giants game, donít expect much beyond that. So if you need QB help Cheap Jimmy Garoppolo Jersey , this is a great option for that week while your QB is on a bye. Pick up or donít pick up: If you need a streaming option for Week 10, pick him up. Just donít expect productivity beyond that. Kendrick Bourne% Owned: 1 percentWeek 9 stats: Two receptions, six yards 1 touchdownKendrick Bourne has become a touchdown machine in 2018. Too bad he isnít good for much else. While heís carving out a role on the 49ers, heís buried under Pierre Garcon and Marquise Goodwin. One of those wide receivers may still be on your bench, one of them should have been booted long ago. Only look at Bourne for potential to get a touchdown against the Giants, because he probably will get one. Kyle Shanahan loves to scheme him wide open in goalline situations. So if this is a strict scoring league and you need a last-minute flex play, roll the dice. But donít say we didnít warn you. Pick up or donít pick up: Unless itís a scoring league and youíre desperate for a lucky touchdown, this guy, like all wide receivers not named Marquise Goodwin needs to stay off your team. A cool neck tattoo and slick dancing moves arenít going to get you points. Must-Start Status AlertGeorge Kittle% Owned: 96 percentWeek 9 stats: 4 receptions (FOUR [site decorum] TARGETS) http://www.49erscheapstore.com/pierre-garcon-jersey-cheap , 108 yards, one touchdownGeorge Kittle. New York Giants. Enough said. Pick up or donít pick up: 96 percent? That four percent of you are to claim him RIGHT NOW. Foolís goldAll of the 49ers wide receivers% Owned: Donít get us started (yes, yet again...again...again)Weíve only stressed dropping wide receivers since Week 8. So letís check in on them. Anything different? Well we told you to pass on Kendrick Bourne above and by now everyone else not named Marquise Goodwin should be available on waivers for some poor sap to take. So weíll reiterate again, unless itís Marquise Goodwin (and if itís not a deep league, even then) you should clear those wide receivers. Drop or donít drop: Buh bye!Mike McGlinchey leads quiet Week 3 for 49ers rookies The San Francisco 49ers are getting ready for Week 3 vs. the Kansas City Chiefs, but before that arrives, I wanted to take a look back at what the teamís rookies did in Week 2. The 49ers are a young team looking to build out from their 2017 and 2018 draft classes. Today, weíre back to take a look at the 2018 rookie class.Rookie of the day: OT Mike McGlincheyThe 49ers pass protection remains shaky, but McGlinchey and the offensive line did great work in the run game. It was a downer of a game in a lot of ways http://www.49erscheapstore.com/earl-mitchell-jersey-cheap , but Matt Breida and Alfred Morris are finding a whole lot of open lanes. McGlinchey did solid blocking on the ground and PFF has him with the second best total run blocking grade among all right tackles. He also leads rookie offensive tackles in overall grade.WR Dante PettisIt was a quiet day for Pettis. He had one punt return for one yard, and was not targeted in the passing game. The big news of note was seeing him drop behind Marquise Goodwin with the latterís return to the depth chart. Pettis saw his snap total cut in half, and there are too many mouths to feed for the moment. The switch to C.J. Beathard will be something to watch for how it impacts who gets targeted in the passing game.LB Fred WarnerThe 49ers have themselves a tackling machine in their third round pick. Warner led the team with 11 tackles, including two for a loss. He struggled with four missed tackles, but he continues to be a stop machine. He is third in the NFL with 33 tackles, behind rookie Darius Leonard (41) and Kiko Alonso (34). Props to Leonard for a solid rookie season, but I think Warner deserves some extra credit for doing this as the MIKE, wearing the green dot communication helmet. The missed tackles need to be cleaned up, but heís been the teamís best rookie thus far.CB Tarvarius MooreThe 49ers cornerback depth chart took some hits on Sunday http://www.49erscheapstore.com/laken-tomlinson-jersey-cheap , and that got Moore into the game on defense after two straight weeks of exclusively special teams work. He played five defensive snaps and was not targeted after Jimmie Ward and Richard Sherman both suffered injuries. What was interesting on game day was that the coaching staff deactivated Greg Mabin for the game. With Richard Sherman likely out this week with a calf injury, maybe we see a little more of Moore on defense.DB D.J. ReedReed is the teamís primary kick returner, but in Week 3 he got a big opportunity after Adrian Colbert got hurt. Reed took over at free safety and played 51 defensive snaps to go along with 18 special teams snaps. He played 46 snaps at free safety and five at slot corner. He was targeted once for an incompletion, and had two three tackles. Colbert was back at practice on Thursday in limited fashion, and will be one to watch heading into Sundayís game against the Chargers.