San Francisco 49ers 2019 Opponents Finalized

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KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 23: Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers throws a quick pass to teammate Matt Breida #22 during the second quarter of the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on September 23, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)

The 2018 season is completed for the San Francisco 49ers and they finished with a record of 4-12. This season, like many in the recent past, was disappointing.

With all of the hype in the offseason about a playoff push with Jimmy Garoppolo leading the way at quarterback and guys like Richard Sherman and Jerick McKinnon coming to the Bay as free agents, this team could’ve went for about eight to ten wins this season. Instead, injuries continued to derail the team and 14 players finished the season on injured reserve, not counting rookie Kentavius Street.

With the regular season wrapping up and the 49ers missing out on the playoffs, we now officially know who San Francisco will play at Levi’s Stadium and where they will travel to. The only details missing are the week-by-week schedule and times of the games. Primetime games were abundant to start the 2018 season for the 49ers, but they were taken off their two Sunday Night Football games. With a presumably healthy Jimmy Garoppolo and company next season, the 49ers still should get more primetime games for 2019.

Home Opponents

The 49ers will play the Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams once at home for their divisional matchups.

San Francisco plays the NFC South next year and the two home games are against the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons.

AFC North is another division the 49ers will face and the visiting teams will be the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns.

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Lastly, the 49ers will play the Green Bay Packers because the Packers finished in the same position as the 49ers in their division (3rd place).

Away Opponents

The 49ers will travel to Seattle, Arizona and Los Angeles for the road divisional matchups.

They will play the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the NFC South opponents.

They will play the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals on the road as the AFC North opponents.

Lastly, they will face the Washington Redskins who finished 3rd place in the NFC East.

– Sanjesh Singh is the managing editor for the San Francisco 49ers on Full Press Coverage He covers the NFL. Like and follow on and Facebook.

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