Last year was a year to forget for the 49ers because their staring quarterback went down early in the season.
Last year the 49ers went 4-12, as an NFL fan I can let this season go for the 49ers because they got hit the hardest out of all NFC teams. They lost starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo in week 3 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The only good thing about that is that the front office was able to see what their skill players are able to do without a starting quarterback.
The only offense they had was tightend George Kittle who had a great season with 88 catches over 1,300 yards receiving and 5 touchdowns. The others let the front office know that they need help at wide receiver spot and in the running back area.
They will be getting back Jarrett McKinnon who suffered a season ending injury in September 2018. But they do not know if he will be 100% by the start of the season.
The defense played well for most the year because they spent a lot of time on the field. They need help in the back seven of the defense because they ere giving up big plays left and right.
Going into free agency they need to address wide receiver, running back, linebackers and safety area. They should target wide receiver Tyrell Williams, and Jordan Matthews. For running back they should target T.J Yeldon because him and McKinnon would be a good 1-2 punch.
For the defensive side they need to target C.J Mosely and Denzel Perryman for the linebacker spot, if they add one of those two to their defense they will get a good leader who will make plays on a consistent pace.
For the secondary I think the best fit is former Washington Redskin and Green Bay Packer HaHa Clinton-Dix. Yes Jimmie Ward was good last year but their was a lot of times were he looked lost. That will not happen if they add Clinton- Dix.
For the draft I think it is best for the 49ers to target corners and linebackers. I only put the first 4 rounds because they do not have a 5th or 7th pick.
1st round: Josh Allen LB, 2nd: Amani Oruwariye CB, 3rd: Taylor Rapp S, 4th: Cameron Smith LB