New England Patriots vs. San Francisco 49ers Tickets
About New England Patriots vs. San Francisco 49ers
The New England Patriots were established in 1959. The Patriots have five Super Bowl Championships, nine Conference Championships, 19 Division Championships and 24 playoff appearances. On the other hand, the San Francisco 49ers were established in 1946. The 49ers also have five Super Bowl Championships, six Conference Championships, 19 Division Championships and 26 playoff appearances.
On the other hand, the San Francisco 49ers were established in 1946. The 49ers also have five Super Bowl Championships, six Conference Championships, 19 Division Championships and 26 playoff appearances.
With such similar records, the only thing that separates the Patriots from the 49ers is their geographic location. The Patriots play in the American Football Conference (AFC) East Division while the 49ers play in the National Football Conference (NFC) West Division.
With little face time between these two teams, here is a memorable game between the New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers nevertheless.
Memorable Game – Patriots vs. 49ers
December 20, 1998 – Before this Sunday game at the Foxboro Stadium in front of 59,153 fans, the Patriots had not won a game against the 49ers in almost two decades. The last time the Patriots had won against the 49ers was on October 16, 1975. The Patriots took the lead 7-0 in the first quarter. The 49ers came back strong in the second quarter with 21 points allowing only 7 to the Patriots. The third quarter went scoreless. The fourth quarter saw Robert Edwards five yard rush and Adam Vinatieri’s kick to level the score at 21-21. And with six seconds on the clock, Vinatieri’s 35 yard field goal put the Patriots ahead with a final score at 24-21, a win for the New England Patriots.
This victory began a winning streak for the Patriots which the 49ers would finally break fourteen years later in 2012.
Patriots and 49ers – Head to Head Record
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The Patriots and the 49ers have never faced each other in the playoffs. An interesting fact - all of Patriots and 49ers games took place on Sundays.
The Greats behind the Patriots and the 49ers
The New England Patriots and the San Francisco 49ers have had many talented athletes on their rosters.
Beginning with the New England Patriots, Tom Brady tops the list. The face of the franchise, Brady has five Super Bowl rings and has played for the Patriots for 17 seasons. He also has four Super Bowl MVPs and is a twelve time Pro Bowl pick. Next up is John Hannah. He played his entire career with the Patriots earning nine Pro Bowl picks and two First Team All American selections. Andre Tippett is another Patriot who spent his entire career with the franchise. This linebacker has 100 career sacks and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2008.
For the San Francisco 49ers, at the top of the list is Jerry Rice. Considered to be the greatest wide receiver of all time, Rice was a 12 time Pro Bowl selection. Over his career, he caught 1,281passes for 19,247 yards with 176 touchdowns. Next on the list for the 49ers is Steve Young. This quarterback was a seven time Pro Bowl pick, passing for 29,907 yards with a healthy 65.8 percent completion rate. And rounding off the list for the 49ers is the Leo Nomellini. Also known as the Lion, Nomellini made the Pro Bowl selection ten times and was also a six time first team All NFL player.
Catch the Patriots and the 49ers in Action!
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