A look at the full, active 49ers roster for the 2014 season. If jersey number in photo differs from that listed in the description, the latter is correct.
The season is upon the San Francisco 49ers.
And 31 other NFL cities have Super Bowl expectations, too.
Who will play the league's last game come February?
Here's what the experts are saying...
Let us know in the comment section who you agree or disagree with...
Nate Davis of *USA Today*: The Seattle Seahawks over the Indianapolis Colts
"Full season of Percy Harvin plus intact championship nucleus could equal Super Bowl repeat."
Pete Prisco at CBSSports.com: The Denver Broncos over the Green Bay Packers
"This is a quarterback-pass rush league and I think both of these teams will be good in both areas. Peyton Manning and Aaron Rodgers are arguably the two best QBs in the game. Each will have a special season in terms of numbers."
Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com: The 49ers over the New England Patriots
"The 49ers have been knocking on the door for a while and the Pats are in the AFC Championship Game seemingly every year. So I'm not going out on a ledge. Jim Harbaugh, like his brother, will use those crushing near-misses to finally get his team over the top."
Vinnie Iyer of The Sporting News: The 49ers over the Colts
"They took some personnel hits in the offseason, like many such successful clubs. They don't know how many years they have left with their nucleus of stars, led by their defensive front seven. Being so close, however, is just more motivation, and not a source of frustration."
Cris Collinsworth of NBC: The Philadelphia Eagles
"I just feel like Chip Kelly and what they did in that first year with that offense, I know they didn't get it all in, but this year may be a little bit more advanced with Nick Foles."
Tony Gonzalez of CBS: The Broncos over the Seahawks
"Right now, Denver has a team built just like the New England Patriots back when they went undefeated. In looking at Denver in the preseason and Peyton Manning's command of that offense, he'll pick up right where he left off last year. And defensively, they went out like good organizations do and addressed their weaknesses.''
Adam Schein of NFL.com: The Packers over the Broncos
"I'm picking the teams led by the two best quarterbacks in the NFL...The thing is, this is Aaron Rodgers' world, and we're all just living in it."
Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com: The Packers over the Patriots
"There is so much to like about this Green Bay squad beyond the best player in football primed to have an MVP season. Aaron Rodgers' weapons are deeper because of a dramatically transformed running game. The offensive line is better than it's been in a while. The defense is vastly improved if Clay Matthews stays healthy. Look for Green Bay to take out Seattle in the NFC Championship Game."
Don Banks of *Sports Illustrated*: The New Orleans Saints over the Broncos
"The Saints are loaded offensively, and the addition fo Jairus Byd takes their secondary to a new level. As improved as Denver's defense is, it still won't be able to stop a Saints offense that comes at you from every different angle."