Manningham had his strongest statistical game last week, catching four passes for 45 yards against the Redskins. But Manningham’s mere presence on the field is really where his impact is most felt as it frees up Anquan Boldin from the double-teams and keeps the safeties from pinching in on Vernon Davs’ routes.
With the addition of Michael Crabtree to the lineup this week, the 49ers suddenly have to figure out a more intricate receiver scheme to get everyone involved and spread the field. The Rams pass defense ranks 17th in the league and they allow an average of 247 yards per game, so perhaps we could see a whole new game plan revealed in this one.
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