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liny195 posted a topic in Website SuggestionsWeek 9 Authentic Mike McGlinchey jersey , crushing the Oakland Raiders 34-3. It looked like it might be competitive on the Raiders opening drive, but their first quarter field goal was all the scoring they got. Nick Mullens was a beast in his NFL debut, and both sides of the ball played out of their minds to dominate Oakland.Each week, people are curious about Pro Football Focus grades from the game that passed. I am not a huge fan of the subjective aspects of the grading, but they are fun discussion points, and we can figure out some context around the grades. Each week, I’ll take a look at the top five and bottom five graded players on both sides of the ball.Offense1. TE George Kittle: 93.0 overall, 94.4 pass catching, 69.7/57.8 pass/run block2. RB Raheem Mostert: 90.2 overall, 89.1 run3. WR Pierre Gar莽on: 80.8 overall, 77.4 pass catching, 77.8 run block4. TE Ross Dwelley: 75.8 overall, 73.2 pass catching, 69.4/57.7 pass/run block5. WR Richie James: 69.8 overall, 69.7 pass catching, 58.8 run block21. TE Garrett Celek: 47.3 overall, 54.1 pass catching, 51.0 run block20. RB Alfred Morris: 51.7 overall19. LG Laken Tomlinson: 56.7 overall, 76.5/52.8 pass/run block18. WR Marquise Goodwin: 56.8 overall17. RB Matt Breida: 57.4 overallWe had a tight end at the top of the list and a tight end at the bottom of the list. While George Kittle has emerged as a potential All Pro tight end Youth Dante Pettis jersey , Garrett Celek has struggled to get going. Among players who have appeared in a majority of regular season games, he ranks second to last in PFF grading ahead of only Weston Richburg. Meanwhile, Ross Dwelley had a solid performance in limited work. I don’t expect Dwelley to supplant Celek on the depth chart this year, but hopefully we see a little more of him the final seven weeks.Quarterback Nick Mullens is not on the list, but was the next player after Richie James. For Week 9, Mullens ranked No. 1 in passer rating and 14th in PFF’s passing grade. He ranked seventh in adjusted completion percentage, and ranked last in number of dropbacks in which he faced pressure. If he faces the Giants this week, he should face a slightly better defense.Defensive top 51. LB Dekoda Watson: 91.8 overall, 90.8 pass rush2. DE Cassius Marsh: 87.8 overall, 86.8 pass rush3. DT DeForest Buckner: 80.6 overall, 74.7 run, 63.7 pass rush4. LB Malcolm Smith: 76.3 overall, 75.2 coverage, 75.1 pass rush5. CB Richard Sherman: 76.2 overall, 76.8 coverage21. DT D.J. Jones: 28.4 overall20. SS Tyvis Powell: 55.2 overall, 50.2 coverage, 76.8 tackling19. DT Sheldon Day: 58.1 overall, 66.8 tackling, 53.5 pass rush18. LB Elijah Lee: 59.7 overall http://www.49ersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-fred-warner-jersey , 58.6 tackling, 55.8 coverage17. DT Solomon Thomas: 60.0 overall, 72.8 tackling, 57.9 pass rushWelcome back, Dekoda Watson! The 49ers linebacker opened the season on IR, but made a quick impact on his return. He had 1.5 sacks and four hurries, teaming with Cassius Marsh to stay in Derek Carr’s grill all evening long.On the other end of things, the strong safety position will look to get Jaquiski Tartt back from his shoulder injury. Tyvis Powell has struggled big time the past two weeks replacing him. Tartt was a DNP all last week, so we will keep an eye out for this week’s injury report after a few extra days of rest.Matt Breida nominated for Fedex Ground Player of the Week OK. first, let me put this here, because this never gets old: Now, because of that play, Matt Breida is nominated for the Fedex Ground Player of the Week. Breida currently leads the league in rushing yards with 184 yards. A good portion of that came from the (awesome) 66-yard play above that we are going to drop in any post where it is relevant, which rounds out to 80 percent of the posts here at Niners Nation (fun fact: watch Mike McGlinchey’s dance once Breida strolls into the endzone). The rest has been because of his shifty and quick movements. He’s nominated which means you can still go vote for him. Given his competition, Breida has a chance at winning. You’ve got Tevin Coleman, but his run resulted in a fumble and no touchdown. Phillip Lindsay’s run was pretty cool, but again, no touchdown. Only one player in these nominees toted the rock 66 yards for the score. That’s Matt “The Cheetah” Breida.Go vote for him here.