San Francisco up 15 slots.
This blurb is going to read like a downgrade, but it's actually a story about resiliency. Most notably, Left tackle Joe Staley was questionable last week with a right knee injury. This was the same knee which caused him problems in the past. Staley did not practice and was held out of the model. Betting against this player was a mistake, as Staley suited up and played for the 49ers' offensive line during their loss to Arizona. Another example, center Weston Richburg was forced from last week's game with his own knee injury and Erik Magnuson took his place. Yet another starter, right tackle Mike McGlinchey is dealing with a knee injury of his own, but all these starters keep playing. This week they will get the benefit of an extra day of rest before Monday Night Football at Green Bay. Even though the offense has suffered due to injuries at the skill positions, the good news is line has proven their toughness this season. Expect the trend to continue. Assuming an intact lineup, the 49ers' offensive line grades as a top-tier unit.
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