Yeah, I think this is a good fit for both him and the 49ers. His contract is incentive heavy, so he has to produce well to get that full $39m. Good chance he will. Coming off the ACL injury, I'm sure he wants to prove he is still elite. Maybe this will be the start of the 49ers getting back to prominence. Or at least much more competitive.
This is great timing honestly, as the Rams are now very good. The Cardinals could be very good again this year when David Johnson comes back, and if they decide to draft a QB. And the Seahawks are always in the mix. If the 49ers can manage to make a few more good moves, the NFC West has a chance to be one of the best divisions in the whole NFL.