Davin Joseph was un-benched this week, or rather he was probably never benched and his absence for part of last week's game was due to injury, which Schiano noted the day after. There were very few surprises in this week's game: Tim Wright continues to take almost all the snaps, Chris Owusu is still the second-team wide receiver and Gerald McCoy gets about two snaps of rest every week.
One interesting note: both Dekoda Watson and Mason Foster were on the field for nearly the entire game, which means the Bucs spent most of the game in their base defense. That's caused by the way the 49ers attacked the Bucs (and every other team they face), as they don't have the depth to go to a lot of three-wide sets.
William Gholston is also emerging as more and more of a factor. He's a very stout run defender who's now taking more snaps than Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, and is mostly playing left defensive end and defensive tackle. While he doesn't really have the explosiveness to be a great edge rusher, his long arms give him an advantage and he has the power to do some damage inside, as well. He's been very productive over the past few weeks, which bodes well for his future. He'll have a good chance of winning the starting base defensive end position next season.