Early predictions for 49ers offensive starting lineup in 2020

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2020 San Francisco 49ers offensive lineup (offensive line)

Left tackle: Joe Staley

One of the most decorated and popular offensive linemen ever to play a game for San Francisco, Joe Staley has just a little more time on his side to get the Super Bowl that has eluded him for his career.

He’s still playing at a high standard, and will man the blindside once again for 2020.

Left guard: Laken Tomlinson

Laken Tomlinson has been a very solid guard for the team since joining after being a bust for the Detroit Lions.

He’s a solid, cheap option to help shore up the interior line.

Center: Ben Garland

Weston Richburg is normally the center, but he has been injury prone throughout his career and his torn patellar was suffered late in the season and is an injury that is difficult to come back from.

Ben Garland has been a more than adequate replacement for the team, and looks set to continue where he left off.

Right guard: Daniel Brunskill

Similar to Raheem Mostert, Daniel Brunskill is an amazing story within the 49ers roster that has culminated in a big way for him.

Not wanted in the NFL until after his work in the defunct Alliance of American Football, Brunskill went from a camp body to a starter in the NFL after injuries essentially made him the last man standing.

He played well, too, and was a versatile backup that played guard and both tackle positions.

With Mike Person released, Brunskill is now the favorite to slide inside to guard permanently.

Right tackle: Mike McGlinchey

A solid player for the 49ers as a first-round selection, Mike McGlinchey is in no danger of losing the right tackle role for the foreseeable future.

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The only real question for him is whether he’s the blindside successor to Staley, or if right tackle is where he should stay for his career.