23 Mar What Jaquiski Tartt brings for the 49ers
After the San Francisco 49ers signed Tavon Austin to the squad, people started doubting Jaquiski Tartt’s return with the team, but some minutes later it was revealed that he would form part of the 49ers 2021 season. Tartt’s biggest liability is his injuries as he has never played every game during a whole season, showing some concern to niner fans. This season he racked his least amount of games played in a season, only managing to stay healthy for seven games. Tartt looks to stay healthy and be the starter in the 49ers secondary, pairing up with Jimmy Ward, making arguably one of the best safety duos in the league.
What does this mean for the 49ers?
Jaquiski Tartt needs to remain healthy as he has proven to be an adequate safety with much versatility. During Tartt’s 6 seasons with the 49ers, during the regular season he has played a total of 66 games out of 96 games possible which is somewhat discouraging to 49er fans. Nevertheless, when he has played he has been a great piece in the 49ers defense.
Tartt, throughout his career, has totaled 6 turnovers, 4 sacks, 17 pass breakups and 301 combined tackles, which are pretty decent numbers in his favor. Tartt signed a one-year deal, which validates the uneasiness around him. This year will be crucial for Jaquiski’s career, as it might bring his era with the 49ers to an end.