Aiyuk missed four games due to injury and COVID-19, but when he played, he had a great run from Week 7 to Week 15, averaging 7.5 receptions for 95 yards and 0.67 touchdowns in six healthy games. That equates to 17.1 points per game (half-PPR), or top five numbers. Unfortunately, Deebo Samuel was only active for three of those games, while George Kittle was active for two. Aiyuk’s mid- to late-season production is encouraging, but his splits in the four games he played with both Samuel and Kittle are not: 16.3% target share, 15.9% reception share, 21.9% yards share and an 11.1% touchdown share. When applied to the 49ers’ 2020 passing numbers, that would work out to a 59-946-2.8 season (on 93 targets). His good route-running was confirmed by Matt Harmon’s Reception Perception, so we know he can play. But if Samuel and Kittle are both healthy, it’s unclear if Aiyuk is even a top-two target for whoever is quarterbacking the 49ers (probably Trey Lance). He’s the No. 27 receiver off the board which seems like fair value given the circumstances.