No, I figured it out after an hour of looking at it. First Remove the intake support bracket, then the injector harness must be un-clipped and removed before being able to access the for bolts that secure the fuel rail to the induction manifold. Remove the fuel rail clips, then the fuel rail can be removed.
When you pulled the injector harness, what did you do to remove the boot/male connector from the driver side? I was able to figure out you unscrew the bottom half of the wiring connector below the boot, but a bit puzzled how you get the top half of the connector out of its hole in the metal frame.
After further research, a 1.25 inch socket can be used to remove a plastic lock ring (part number 12 52 1 718 127) on the underside of the bracket, then the male connector can be lifted from the bracket's top side.
I suspect I would have made my job easier by removing the spark plugs, but eventually was able to remove the rail and change out the injector o-rings. Unfortunately, that wasn't enough to stop the rough idling until the intake manifold gaskets were replaced. It's idling smoothly now.