The 49ers offense could bear the cost of a sluggish evening on Sunday, as the prevailing guard pitched its most memorable shutout of the time in a 13-0 triumph over the New Orleans Holy people.

After a line of late karma in the injury division, the 49ers offense experienced a series of dings on Sunday.

Running back Elijah Mitchell needed to leave the game from the get-go in the final part with a knee injury and Spencer Burford was taken out with a lower leg injury,

while running back Christian McCaffrey (knee aggravation) and wide beneficiary Deebo Samuel (quad wound) additionally missed a few plays.

Indeed, even quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo had a terrifying second from the get-go in the second from last quarter when Malcolm Bug handled him low,

yet the 49ers quarterback remained in the game. A short time later, 49ers mentor Kyle Shanahan gave brief injury reports on his players.

We ought to know more when he holds his phone call with columnists on Monday evening. Mitchell's wellbeing was at the highest point of psyche for 49ers Unwavering,

as the touchy running back was only two or more games profound into his recuperation from a MCL sprain in Week 1 that kept him out for two months.

"No doubt, Elijah will be out for a smidgen" Shanahan said, adding that Mitchell experienced another, less-extreme MCL sprain.

"There will be open doors for those (freshmen). What's more, ideally, Christian will be good, as well." Shanahan said McCaffrey's issue was another one that sprung up this game.

 While Mitchell and McCaffrey were sidelined, undrafted Jordan Bricklayer got conveys as individual freshman and third-round pick Ty Davis-Cost was inert.

Mitchell got 35 yards on seven conveys before he was harmed. In his beyond three games, Mitchell found the middle value of a solid 5.4 yards for each game and added a new unique to the elegant offense.