San Francisco 49ers are the only undefeated team in NFL 2019 season except the Patriots even after the Week 7 games. The 49ers are 6-0 in the current season after they defeated the Redskins at 9-0 in the last Sunday game. Jimmy Garoppolo, the starting quarterback is doing an amazing job but he still needs some wide receiver support.
Jimmy Garoppolo's first 16 starts:
330 of 497 (66%)
97.5 quarterback rating#49ers
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George Kittle is no doubt one of the best weapons to any QB, however the San Francisco side needs a few more players to destroy the defense of opposite teams in the upcoming games. The 49ers are aiming for the Super Bowl 2020 title and for that, they will need some new wide receivers before the NFL trade deadline.
49ers Wide Receivers Possible deals
Marquise Goodwin, Dante Pettis and Kendrick Bourne are no doubt some of the best receivers but the 49ers will need some big time pass-catchers if they want the Lombardi trophy. The names of many wide receivers have been floating around as San Francisco 49ers are searching for another support to Garoppolo.
It includes names such as A.J. Green from the Cincinnati Bengals and Emmanuel Sanders from the Denver Broncos. One player which has the highest chances of getting a deal from the 49ers is Mohammed Sanu from Atlanta Falcons. The head coach of 49ers, Kyle Shanahan is well aware of Sanu during his time as offensive coordinator in the Falcons. A few other names on the trade radar of 49ers are Taylor Gabriel from the Chicago Bears and DeVante Parker from the Miami Dolphins.
NFL Trade Deadline is Near
NFL trade deadline is now just a week away and the San Francisco 49ers general manager, John Lynch will hope to pull out a big deal before that. The 49ers are favorites in the NFC and there are high chances they will face the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl finals.
It would be beneficial at that time if they have new wide receivers who could make a difference in the game. In the last game before the mid-season break, the 49ers will face the Carolina Panthers on October 27 and it would be the last game to make changes and upgrade their team.