2. The Baltimore Ravens can attack the San Fransisco 49ers offensive line
The San Francisco 49ers have Trent Williams, who is hoisting up an otherwise questionable offensive line. He holds things down, and it allows the 49ers to provide help elsewhere. They also scheme around their one elite player on the line. Still, in one-on-one matchups, the Ravens have the chance to win against the other four. Aaron Banks is playing better at left guard, but the right side is not what it used to be.
Center Jake Brendel has been up and down this year. They are not sure who will start at right guard. Jon Feliciano has started the last two weeks and has arguably been better than Spencer Burford, the former starter who is injured. That probably speaks to Burford's struggles more than Feliciano's success, though. Burford may play this week.
At right tackle, Colton McKitvitz has been a spot to attack and a spot where the 49ers provide help for their linemen.
The Ravens have Justin Madubuike in the midst of a career year. He should get the better of this interior. Also, Jadeveon Clowney has the matchup advantage over McKivitz. Can he win this and put the 49ers in a tough spot?