For the San Francisco 49ers, this is a busy month in March.
General manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan put the finishing touches on the roster for the 2021 NFL Draft. The NIKKOR re-signed six key free agents and made a large-scale trade by obtaining the third overall pick from the Miami Dolphins.
There is no doubt that the 49ers will win a quarter of the future with a third place championship, but starter Jimmy Garoppolo (Jimmy Garoppolo) remains to be seen. Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated said that San Francisco is looking for any first-round picks for Garoppolo. Lynch and Shanahan reiterated that Jimmy G is part of the team̵
The Niners have nine draft picks in the draft, and they hope to add some depth to the support, guard group, and offensive and defensive lines.
If healthy, the San Francisco 49ers will become one of the best players in the league. At their core are Nick Bosa, George Kittle, Fred Warner and Trent Williams.
Oddsmakers like the measures San Francisco has taken so far and make it the sixth best odds to win the Super Bowl next season.
The first two weeks of NFL free agency have now been completed. Here, some major media have listed Niners as the most recent strength ranking.
ESPN 49 people ranked 13th
Best move of the best offseason: Resign LT Trent Williams
The 49ers completed most of the tasks they set in the free agency market, but retaining Williams is an absolute thing they must do, and they can achieve this goal. In order to retain Williams, Niners not only retained one of the best tackles in the game, but also maintained flexibility in the draft, which may not be the case if leaving tackles suddenly becomes a priority. – Nick Wagner
NFL.com 49 people ranked 12th
Maintaining a long-term contract with Trent Williams is a big deal, which shows that Williams’ relationship with the 49ers is no different from his destined relationship with the Washington football team. Even if the quarterback and Patrick Mahomes knocked on the quarterback Chiefs with a huge offer, Williams wanted to go around the bay. With their franchise left locked in a fairly long future, San Francisco can turn its attention to other pressing issues. For example, who will QW Williams stop?
USA Today 49 people ranked 9th
They let TE George Kittle, WR Deebo Samuel, RB Raheem Mostert, DEs Nick Bosa and Dee Ford (and others) recover from their injuries, not to mention QB Jimmy Gallopolo…or the Nigerians use them The newly acquired No. replaces him. The No. 3 pick. Put this group back into the Super Bowl discussion.
NBC Sports 49 people ranked 11th
Previous ranking: 14
Super Bowl LVI odds: 14/1
Niners’ obvious plan is to draft QB in 3rd place, let him fight Jimmy Garoppolo in training camp, and let the best candidate lead a team that has regained many starting lineups after an injury-ridden 2020. , San Fran should be a legitimate competitor of NFC.
Sacculus 49 people ranked 11th
The 49ers can prove that they have one of the best lineups in the NFC, with left tackles, passing sprints, tight ends and elite players among central defenders. But they are experiencing one of the worst injury seasons in 2020, when Jimmy Gallopolo, Nick Bosa, George Kittle, Richard Sherman, Dee Ford and others Many people have missed a lot of injured time. On the surface, under the leadership of Kyle Shanahan, San Francisco’s offense may be the best. In addition to Gallopolo’s consistent and endless selection, and the current team with the No. 3 pick in the draft, the question is, under the leadership of the new coordinator DeMeco Ryans, the feasibility of defense. The 49ers can be said to be the best defensive player in the NFL when they entered the Super Bowl in 2019, but they include key stars such as Sherman and DeForest Buckner, who are no longer there. . Can the offense be improved to offset possible defensive decline? This largely depends on Garoppolo and his health. If he is free, San Francisco will rebound in 2021. -Chris Biderman
What do you think of the power ranking? Where do you think San Francisco should rank among all NFL teams?