49ers Aim to Use Pain of Super Bowl Loss for Fuel in 2020More than six months after Jimmy Garoppolo missed Emmanuel Sanders deep and San Francisco collapsed in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, the 49ers got together to watch the game as a team for the first time.
49ers Super Bowl History -- Walsh Dynasty Begins In Super Bowl XVIRiding the momentum from the famed Joe Montana to Dwight Clark 'The Catch' victory over Dallas in the 1981 NFC Championship Game, the San Francisco 49ers rolled into Pontiac's Silverdome to take on the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XVI.
49ers Super Bowl History -- 49ers Defense Throttle's Miami Offense In Super Bowl XIXAll season long, football fans had been salivating when they thought of a dream match-up between Joe Montana's San Francisco 49ers and the potent air attack of Miami's Dan Marino and his 'Marks Brothers' receivers in Super Bowl XIX.
49ers Super Bowl History -- Montana-To-Taylor Caps Winning Drive In Super Bowl XXIIIWhen it comes to iconic moments during San Francisco's dynastic run in the 1980s, few measure up to what among 49ers fans is simply referred to as "The Drive" to cap off the team's 20-16 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl XXIII.
49ers Super Bowl History -- Montana Conquers Broncos In Super Bowl XXIVNo athlete epitomized the term -- "finding the zone -- more than San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana in Super Bowl XXIV.
49ers Super Bowl History -- Young Gets The Monkey Off His Back In Super Bowl XXIXIt had been five years since the San Francisco 49ers had claimed the NFL title and the fans were getting restless -- Was Steve Young good enough to reclaim the team's past glory in Super Bowl XXIX?
49ers Super Bowl History -- The Lights Go Out On The 49ers In Super Bowl XLVIIWhile Super Bowl XLVII could easily be remembered merely as a showdown between the brothers Jim and John Harbaugh, the game was marred by a very large failure that nothing to do with the players on the field.