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49ers All-Offense Fantasy Draft

Rohan Chakravarthi
Jul 7, 2022 at 12:00 PM--

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With the dead portion of the NFL offseason in full swing and Jimmy Garoppolo's future with the San Francisco 49ers up in the air, it's the perfect time to do an interesting exercise with the 49ers offense: an all-offense fantasy draft using only 49ers players currently on the roster.

49ers RedZone co-host Rohan Chakravarthi teamed up with Suneil of So Real Sports Talk to draft the best offensive rosters possible in a snake draft, with tough decisions at several positions in which the 49ers will likely entertain training camp battles for roster spots.

Here are the final rosters:


Team Rohan: Jimmy Garoppolo
Team Suneil: Trey Lance

Running Backs

Team Rohan: Elijah Mitchell, Kyle Juszczyk
Team Suneil: Trey Sermon, Jeff Wilson Jr.

Wide Receivers

Team Rohan: Deebo Samuel, Jauan Jennings, Danny Gray
Team Suneil: Brandon Aiyuk, Ray-Ray McCloud, Malik Turner

Tight Ends

Team Rohan: Charlie Woerner, Ross Dwelley
Team Suneil: George Kittle, Jordan Matthews

Offensive Line

Team Rohan: Trent Williams, Aaron Banks, Nick Zakelj, Jaylon Moore, Justin Skule
Team Suneil: Colton McKivitz, Spencer Burford, Jake Brendel, Daniel Brunskill, Mike McGlinchey

Despite using just one offensive roster, two entire feasible starting lineups were created, showcasing the depth on this 49ers roster, which will lead to several training camp battles all across the board.

Who ended with the better roster?
The opinions within this article are those of the writer and, while just as important, are not necessarily those of the site as a whole.


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