e playing on a Sunday http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authentic-bradley-pinion-jersey , instead they will be on Monday Night Football. Last Thursday, the 49ers snapped their six-game losing streak to notch their second win. The double-edged sword effect of this win put them back in draft order, but team morale may be more valuable than a draft pick. Here’s a look at what the top of the draft order looks like: 1. New York Giants (1-7)2. Oakland Raiders (1-7)3. San Francisco 49ers (2-7)4. Buffalo Bills (2-7)5. Arizona Cardinals (2-6)6. Cleveland Browns (2-6-1)The 49ers are not playing on Sunday, but plenty of us will be watching football. Most of the games have teams that should (by logic) lose against a more superior foe, but we’ve seen stranger things happen. Teams at three wins are not on the rooting guide for the time being since the 49ers are still a full game ahead of them in draft order.Bills (2-7) at New York Jets (3-6): Bills — Root for the Bills all you want, but the Jets have their own issues to deal with, especially with their rookie quarterback. At this point, I would love another win for the Bills to just be safe, but don’t hold your breath on it. Atlanta Falcons (4-4) at Browns (2-6-1): Browns — The Falcons are much better than their record indicates and Cleveland always finds a way to ruin everyone else’s plans for draft positioning, the 49ers or otherwise. I’d love a Browns win just because I’m starting to like them out of pity. Los Angeles Chargers (6-2) at Oakland Raiders (1-7): Raiders. Asking them to win a game after their mid-season gutting is like asking a Wile E. Coyote to stop chasing the Road Runner.They are getting thumped. Hard. Arizona Cardinals (2-6) at Kansas City Chiefs (8-1): Cardinals. Though asking them to beat anyone not named the San Francisco 49ers is like asking someone to build a time machine so the 49ers can get a second attempt for the two times they lost to the Cardinals. Which also happens to be the only two times the Cardinals won a game.George Kittle is collecting accolades, thanks in part to ‘H3, 2Y, Knot X Go’ The San Francisco 49ers are coming off a tough loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. A loss made in part by pass-catchers dropping passes left and right. Tight end George Kittle had one catch he may want back, but he also made up for it with a wonderful 82-yard gem that may be the highlight of the day. Roll it!So what exactly was that? Why that was a play from the Kyle Shanahan playbook known as none other than “H3, 2Y, Knot X Go.” Yeah Kwon Alexander Jersey , it sounds like the name of an influenza strain, but that’s the difficulty of Shanahan’s playbook for you. There’s a few hundred of those plays, and a quarterback has to remember all of them. Which explains why it’s so difficult to master it within one season. Kyle Shanahan was asked about this specific play at his press conference Monday: Scheme talks like these are so refreshing. They never came out during the Jim Harbaugh days, despite fan curiosity on the matter. In any case, that’s “H3, 2Y, Knot X Go.” Save it and tell your friends. Run it in Madden. Who needs Spider 2 Y-Banana when you got that? Back to Kittle: He finished the Chargers game with six receptions for 125 yards which includes that 82 yard dime.He didn’t just have a good Week 4, he’s having a good season. Four games in and he’s the top-rated tight end with a 90.0 grade, per Pro Football Focus.For the curious, O.J. Howard is second at 86.9 and big-name Travis Kelce is fourth at 81.1. In just his second season, Kittle is having a career year, and is on pace for 1,263 receiving yards—which would be a franchise record for receiving yards by a 49ers tight end. To add more to Kittle-mania, he also made PFF’s Week 4 Team of the Week. He also did this in Week 3. We’re four games in but Kittle has become an absolute steal from the 2017 draft. He was taken in the fifth round and if this play keeps up he should have been taken a lot sooner.