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This Week Outlook
The 49ers reportedly have made DE Dee Ford, LB Kwon Alexander and Jaquiski Tartt available for trade due to cap issues.
Tartt is among one of the 49ers' players made available for trade as the team attempts to create cap space. He missed four games in 2019 due to a rib injury. Tartt racked up 48 tackles, 0.5 sack and one forced fumble across 12 games for the 49ers in 2019. It was the first time since 2016 that the 28-year old played in double-digit contests. Tartt is mainly an option in deep-league IDP formats.
Jaquiski Tartt recorded six solo tackles, one assisted tackle, and one tackle for loss in the San Francisco 49ers' Week 7 destruction by the Los Angeles Rams.
Tartt is one of the 49ers' best defenders, but he hasn't been healthy enough to show it this season. If he's on your roster, keep him there for now.
SS Jaquiski Tartt recorded seven solo tackles and two assisted tackles in the San Francisco 49ers' Week 6 loss to the Green Bay Packers.
Tartt had his best game of the season by far. He has plenty of opportunity to rack up tackle numbers in San Francisco's version of Pete Carroll's defense, but hasn't made much impact until this week.
San Francisco SS Jaquiski Tartt recorded five solo tackles and one assisted tackle in their week one matchup against Minnesota.
Tartt played well in run support, but did miss a huge tackle on Dalvin Cook for a first down. He had great coverage most of the afternoon, but failed to get his head around on Minnesota TE Kyle Rudolph's only catch of the day, which went for a TD. He almost stepped in front of and picked off a pass intended for Minnesota WR Stefon Diggs, which would have been an easy pick-six, but arrived a split-second late. Tartt is fully capable of filling up the stat sheet and making huge plays for his team, but he came up just short in week one.
Jaquiski Tartt led the 49ers in tackles with seven solo tackles, one pass break up, and a spectacular one-handed interception at the goal line against the Panthers.
Tartt got the start due to injury, but again showed he is worthy of holding down the free safety position. He had some questionable plays, however, with a missed tackle that led to a touchdown and a senseless unnecessary roughness penalty. Tartt is worth keeping an eye on because Ward has struggled to get healthy and has missed a lot of time this off-season. He may be eased back into game action or passed over all together for Tartt if he continues to play well, but unless that happens he isn't worth rostering.