As we head into NFL Week 2 we preview 49ers Super Bowl odds. The San Francisco 49ers went into the 2018 season with high hopes after a strong finish to their 2017 campaign. However, things did not go as they had hoped and the team finished with a 4-12 record, which was good for third place in the NFC West.
This season, the team will be hoping to contend for the division title after adding some playmakers to the team during the offseason. 49ers Super Bowl odds to win are +2500.
After releasing Rueben Foster last season, the 49ers knew they needed another playmaker to take his place and former Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pro Bowl linebacker Kwon Alexander to a four-year deal. The team also added former Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Dee Ford, whom they acquired in a trade with the Chiefs after sending them their second round pick in the 2020 draft. The team then added former Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa through the draft.
2020 San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Odds
With their running backs hit with various injuries last season, the 49ers added more depth to the position by signing Tevin Coleman, who played for head coach Kyle Shanahan when he was the offensive coordinator with the Atlanta Falcons.
With tight end George Kittle having a breakout rookie season, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo will have a reliable target to throw to next season. Secondly, 49ers Super Bowl odds have already shifted going into Week 2. They also brought in Jordan Matthews to give them some veteran leadership at the wide receiver position, where they are still weak. The team also made sure that their quarterback will be protected by giving offensive tackle Joe Staley a two-year extension.
With the talent the 49ers added on defense, they should have a very good defense this season. If Garoppolo, who missed most of last season, can stay healthy this season, the 49ers should also have a good offense, which will make them a very dangerous team, for instance. What does that mean for 49ers Super Bowl odds? Stay tuned!