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Football is a game that is won at the LOS and when you see their offensive line it is just full of studs (Joe Staley, Anthony Davis, and Mike Iupati are all 1st rounders). There defensive line, likewise: Isaac Sopoaga is a beat upfront, as is Ray Macdonald out of Florida. Justin Smith is still playing at a high level and Aldon Smith brings a dominant pass rush that was missing in years past - Aldon Smith was a MONSTER Monday night, He simply owned Max Starks all night long - 3 sacks, should have had 4 if it weren't for a pentalty. He has 13 sacks so far his season, which is not only 49ers rookie record, but 4 sacks away from the team record. Patrick Willis, their all-pro LB wasn't even playing and other guys like Navarro Bowman and Raheim Moore played so well they didnt't skip a beat.

Their secondary is also extremely underrated. Dashon Goldson and Donte Whitner are second only to Polamalu/Clark as far as safety tandems go, and Carlos Rogers is playing his best ball in years. Terrel Brown, their weakest link has stepped up and has played really well lately. He did a phenominal job against Mike Wallace, and even came away with an INT.

And they STILL haven't allowed a rushing TD all season, really unbelievable when you think about it, This team may not be the best team in the league right now, but they are certainly the deepest IMO. 49ers GM Trent Baalke has done a spectaular job in rebuilding this team, and it goes without saying that Jim Harbough has done wonders for QB Alex Smith and the entire organization really.

great great post

anyone who doubts the 49ers just this read this ^^^

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