Niner Noise breaks down the latest stock report for players and units following the San Francisco 49ers’ 31-21 win over the New York Giants in Week 10.
The San Francisco 49ers are no longer winless this season after dropping the New York Giants 31-21 in Week 10.
For the first time seemingly all year, head coach Kyle Shanahan’s offense clicked on both phases. Rookie quarterback C.J. Beathard had his best game as a pro, and the Niners managed more than a few big plays over the course of the game.
Overall, the 49ers had a great game. They managed nearly 500 all-purpose yards and managed to go 8-of-12 on third downs.
As we’ve done for much of the season, Niner Noise breaks down player and position stocks following contests of note. Considering this was San Francisco’s first win and the team is heading into a bye week, it surely makes sense to take inventory now.
So let’s see which players or units saw their stock rise or fall in Week 10.
Starting off with Beathard