No. 3: Right Tackle Mike McGlinchey
Week 10 marked the first return to action for second-year right tackle Mike McGlinchey since the knee injury he suffered back in Week 5 against the Cleveland Browns.
And McGlinchey sure looked rusty after missing considerable time.
Seahawks EDGE Jadeveon Clowney essentially took over the game, defensively, and McGlinchey was one of the notable weak points along San Francisco’s offensive line. In total, McGlinchey surrendered one of the five sacks taken by Jimmy Garoppolo, along with a team-high five quarterback pressures, according to Pro Football Focus.
McGlinchey also didn’t have too much success in run support, which was his forte coming out of college, and it largely influenced the Niners’ inability to move the ball effectively on the ground.
So far this season, PFF has credited McGlinchey with three sacks allowed, and his 58.1 overall grade ranks 56th out of 75 qualifying tackles.
One can hope McGlinchey returns to form over the latter half of 2019. But his efforts from Week 10 sure left a lot to be desired.