San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert had six carries for 58 yards with a touchdown and added two receptions for 42 yards against the Denver Broncos on Monday night. The rushing score helped the 49ers defeat the Broncos 24-15.

Mostert's outing was good enough to earn him the team's top offensive grade from analytics site Pro Football Focus.


The top overall 49ers grade, however, went to defensive end Damontre Moore. He recorded three total pressures, which included a hit and two hurries, in 10 pass-rush snaps (15 total snaps) before exiting the game with a dislocated thumb.

Moore may have earned San Francisco's top grade, but two Broncos graded higher. They are linebacker Bradley Chubb (94.2) and CB Isaac Yiadom (92.5), who had an interception off of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. WR Emmanuel Sanders, like Moore, earned a grade of 89.5.

Below are the five 49ers players on offense who earned PFF's top grades against the Broncos.

  • RB Raheem Mostert (86.2)
  • WR Kendrick Bourne (80.1)
  • C Wesley Johnson (75.9)
  • TE Kaden Smith (75.8)
  • WR Deebo Samuel (74.0)

Below are the five 49ers players on defense with PFF's top grades.

  • DE Damontre Moore (89.5)
  • S Jaquiski Tartt (83.9)
  • CB Ahkello Witherspoon (82.3)
  • LB Malcolm Smith (78.1)
  • S Marcell Harris (77.8)