What’s in store for the 2023 San Francisco 49ers? The 2022 season was a strange one for the 49ers. They were expected to do well in the season (they won 13 games), but that was supposed to be under quarterback Trey Lance. It was their third quarterback, rookie Brock Purdy who finished the season, winning all five of his regular season starts. Purdy is famous for being the last pick of the 2022 NFL Draft (262nd overall), making him that year’s Mr. Irrelevant.
Purdy won his first two playoff games against the Seahawks (Wildcard game) and the Cowboys (Divisional round). In the NFC Championship game against the Philadelphia Eagles, he suffered an injury to his right elbow which kept him from throwing more than 10 yards.
They lost that game, but if Purdy is the starting quarterback this season, there is a chance he will again meet the Eagles in the NFC Championship game so we can have a ‘do over’ of last year’s championship.
2023 San Francisco 49ers
In their new schedule, the 49ers will end their season with only one team in their last five games having made it to the playoffs last year. They have five prime-time games including one on Thanksgiving and another on Christmas. That’s the first time this franchise has ever played those two holidays. Their schedule should help them towards winning as many games as they did last season.
San Francisco is in a weak division (along with the Arizona Cardinals, Los Angeles Rams, and Seattle Seahawks), and could get six wins from there. They will be playing games against the NFC East. That division has the Philadelphia Eagles who were in the finals last season, but other than them, the division has been on a rollercoaster ride of consistency over the last few years. The 49ers could see a further three wins from there. That leaves them to win another three games to beat the over/under odds. That seems like an easy bet to make.
49ers Odds for the 2023 Season
Put your limits in early as they are within striking distance of the top spots.
San Francisco 49ers Total Wins for 2023 Season:
- Over 11.5 (+105) vs. Under 11.5 (-130)
2023 Super Bowl
- Kansas City Chiefs: +600
- Philadelphia Eagles: +800
- San Francisco 49ers: +850
- Buffalo Bill: +900
- Cincinnati Bengals: +1000
- New York Jets: +1200
- Dallas Cowboys: +1400
- Baltimore Ravens: +2000
2023 NFC Winner:
- Philadelphia Eagles: +300
- San Francisco 49ers: +350
- Dallas Cowboys: +600
- Detroit Lions: +850
2023 NFC West Winner:
- San Francisco 49ers: -175
- Seattle Seahawks: +250
- Los Angeles Rams: +625
- Arizona Cardinals: +2500
2023 Draft Picks
The 49ers didn’t get their first pick until the third round, but they were able to add nine players to fill needs and add depth to several positions in the roster.
- Round 3 (87 overall) Ji’Ayir Brown – Safety. He played for Penn State and was the team’s MVP for 2022, garnering a team-high 74 tackles and four interceptions. He was the Defensive MVP of the Rose Bowl.
- Round 3 (99 overall) Jake Moody – Kicker. Moody played for Michigan and set the school career record with 355 points scored.
- Round 3 (101 overall) Cameron Latu – TE. He caught 30 passes for 377 yards (12.6 per) and four scores in his senior year.
- Round 5 (155 overall) Darrell Luter Jr. – CB. He was a third-team selection as a senior at South Alabama, recording 42 tackles, an interception, and seven pass breakups in 13 starts.
- Round 5 (173 overall) Robert Beal Jr. – Edge. The five-star recruit in Georgia took four years to break into the Bulldogs’ deep defensive rotation. He helped them as an eight-game starter with 26 tackles and three sacks in 15 appearances.
- Round 6 (216 overall) Dee Winters – LB. As a senior in 2022, he accumulated 79 tackles, 14.5 for loss with 7.5 sacks, an interception returned for a score, and two pass breakups in 15 games.
- Round 7 (247 overall) Brayden Willis – TE. He became a big part of the Sooners’ offense in 2022, with 39 receptions for 514 years (31.2 per) and a team-high seven receiving scores.
- Round 7 (253 overall) Ronnie Bell – WR. He was named Michigan’s Offensive Skill Player of the Year with a team-high 62 receptions and 889 receiving years (14.3 per) while scoring four times in 14 starts.
- Round 7 (255 overall) Jalen Graham – LB. He played nine games in his senior year with Purdue after missing four early-season games because of injury. He had 52 tackles, five for loss with one sack, one interception, and five pass breakups.
Free Agency Deals
There continues to be a lot of movement with free agents signing, departing, and remaining. Here are just some notable signings:
Javon Hargrave, DT, from the Eagles in a four-year deal worth $84 million
Sam Darnold, QB, from the Panthers in a one-year deal worth $4.5 million
Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, to the Raiders in a three-year deal worth $67.5 million
Mike McGlinchey, OT, to the Broncos in a five-year deal for $87.5 million
Hassan Ridgeway, DT, to the Texans in a one-year deal worth $4 million
Jake Brendel, C, to a four-year deal worth $20 million
Tashaun Gipson, S to a one-year deal for $2.9 million
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