49ers Vs. Seahawks Inactives: Patrick Willis, Ted Ginn Jr. Inactive For San Francisco

The San Francisco 49ers are set to take on the Seattle Seahawks, and I personally couldn't be more excited. Both teams released their gameday inactives, and there's few surprises. Of significance is the fact that linebacker Patrick Willis is inactive, and Grant will be making the start in his place. It's probably smart to keep Willis inactive, even if he's ready to go. On the flip-side, Seattle receiver Doug Baldwin will get a chance to show Jim Harbaugh just how much he should have been drafted by the Red and Gold, as he's active.

Larry Grant really has played well in Willis' absence, especially on Monday Night Football. Not only did he fill in well against the Rams, but Grant also made his presence felt against the Cardinals. Again though, his game against Pittsburgh was great, and I've only seen one person say bad things about it - and that person just wasn't credible. He was great in coverage and run support, and should fill in nicely once again.

49ers Inactives: Scott Tolzien, Patrick Willis, Ted Ginn Jr, Ian Williams, Mike Person, Daniel Kilgore, Tramaine Brock

Seahawks Inactives: Josh Portis, Kennard Cox, Malcolm Smith, Jarriel King, Paul Fanaika, Clinton McDonald, Jeron Johnson

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