When healthy, Kittle is one of the most explosive and productive tight ends in the league. In 22 games over the past two seasons, he has averaged 6.0 catches for 77 yards and 0.32 touchdowns. His targets peaked in 2018 at 8.5 per game, so his rate of 7.7 targets per game over the past two seasons is a slight concern. The 49ers are not pass-heavy and the presence of Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel complicate Kittle’s situation. However, all three players were active and healthy from Week 5 to Week 7 and Kittle led the way with 25 targets in three games (8.3 per game). Samuel saw 19 and Aiyuk saw 16.