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, and they will have some big question marks heading into their final practice on Friday. Most notably, running back Matt Breida sat out his second straight day of practice due to the ankle injury he aggravated on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams.Breida suffered the injury in Week 5, but was back playing in Week 6 and 7. It was clearly an issue, and in Week 7 he played only five offensive snaps. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said he would be day-to-day as they assessed where he is at as the game approaches. If he cannot go, Raheem Mostert and Alfred Morris would serve as the two primary running backs.For the time being, Breida’s odds seem long after two straight DNPs. If he gets a limited workout in, he will likely be listed as questionable, but I would not be surprised if they sat him this week. They face the Oakland Raiders next Thursday, and so they might prefer to get him an extra couple days of rest to get ready for the short week game.There were some issues on the Thursday practice report. Richard Sherman and Weston Richburg were each downgraded from limited to DNP, and Solomon Thomas was a DNP after he took a knee to the thigh, per Matt Barrows. Richburg and Sherman seem like the ones to really watch on Friday’s report.49ers Thursday practice participation reportDNP: RB Matt Breida (ankle), WR Pierre Garcon (shoulder, knee) Nick Mullens 49ers Jersey
, C Weston Richburg (knee), CB Richard Sherman (calf), DE Solomon Thomas (thigh)Limited: WR Dante Pettis (knee)Full: LB Reuben Foster (shoulder), G Joshua Garnett (toe), G Mike Person (knee), T Joe Staley (not injury related), S Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder), CB Jimmie Ward (hamstring)Cardinals Thursday practice participation reportDNP: S Tre Boston (shoulder, ribs), K Phil Dawson (right hip), G Jeremy Vujnovich (hamstring)Limited: G Mike Iupati (back), DT Corey Peters (ankle), G Justin Pugh (hand)Full: LB Josh Bynes (wrist) Authentic George Kittle Jersey
, WR Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring), QB Josh Rosen (toe), TE Ricky Seals-Jones (forearm), CB Jamar Taylor (back)Survey: How 49ers and Lions fans see Sunday’s game Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse — a survey of fans across the NFL, powered by SurveyMonkey. Each week, we send 32 polls to 100+ plugged in fans from each team. 49ers fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse.Will the 49ers win or lose in Week 2?Odds: 49ers are 7-point favoritesNiners Nation FanPulse: 49ers by 7Pride Of Detroit FanPulse: Lions by 1This sounds about right to me. The line is anywhere between six and seven points, and most of us think the 49ers can win this game. I really liked this game when the line was -3, and the quick climb has me a little concerned. I do think the 49ers can cover this spread, but if you’re looking to bet the game, look for the six and 6.5 point options.How confident are you in the direction of the team? Last week: 99 percent confidenceYou lose one game, and people start hopping off the bandwagon. It also might have to do with the wording. Last week, voters could pick between very confident http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonline.com/weston-richburg-jersey
, somewhat confident, meh, not very confident, and not confident at all. This week, it’s simply confident, meh, and not confident. I imagine the two percent increase in meh is a mix of people who would otherwise choose somewhat confident, and people who legitimately are down after the loss to the Vikings.Other than QB, what is most valuable to an NFL offense? My personal preference on this would be “offensive line” and not just a single position on the offensive line. I actually would argue if I were picking a single position, I’d say elite wide receiver. You need a little bit of everything, but if you add an Antonio Brown or Julio Jones or Odell Beckham to the roster, that’s a pretty significant upgrade.