49ers Receive Mediocre Grade for 2022 Offseason Moves

The San Francisco 49ers received a mediocre grade for their moves during the 2022 offseason.
The San Francisco 49ers received a mediocre grade for their moves during the 2022 offseason. / Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

The San Francisco 49ers entered the 2022 offseason fresh off of an appearance in the NFC Championship Game. It's clear they have the pieces to contend for a Super Bowl, so the team mostly added on the margins in free agency and the draft, rather than make any splashy moves.

The 49ers' relatively quiet offseason has landed them a mediocre grade from ProFootballFocus.

49ers Offseason Moves 2022

PFF gave San Francisco a C+ offseason grade, which is far from complimentary when the lowest grade was a C-. The 49ers were praised for signing top cornerback Charvarius Ward, but they still ended up with an "average" free agency grade overall.

Things got a little bit better in regards to the draft. Despite not having a first-round pick, Lynch and company received a "B" for their 2022 class. Nabbing USC linebacker at No. 61 overall was deemed "great work" by San Francisco.

Though it's not been a flashy last couple of months, the 49ers clearly have a winning formula with this roster, so there was no need for major shakeups. San Francisco's offseason could look better, too, if Jimmy Garoppolo eventually fetches a decent trade haul and Deebo Samuel signs an extension.

The 49ers are currently +1600 (T-No. 6) in FanDuel Sportsbook's Super Bowl odds.

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