Special Sub-Topic: Go 49ers!
|What year were the 49ers founded?|
1946. They were founded in 1946 as a charter member of the AAFC. They joined the NFL in 1950 after the AAFC merged into the older leauge.
|What stadium did they play at before Monster Park?|
Kezar Stadium. Kezar Stadium is a stadium located in the southeastern corner of Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. It is the former home of the Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers.
|In the 1988 NFC Championship game at Chicago's Soldier Field, how cold was it recorded to be at game time? |
-26 degrees. They defeated the Chicago Bears 28-3 in a 1988 NFC Championship game upset. Before that game, they defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the first round of the playoffs.
|In the year 1985, the Niners finished the season 15-1.|
f. They went 10-6 in 1985. They finished the year 1984 as 15-1 and made it all the way to the Super Bowl. They defeated the Dolphins 38-16 in the Super Bowl.
|The 49ers won back-to-back Super Bowls after the 1988 and 1989 seasons.|
t. In 1989, they beat the Bengals by four points. In 1990, they crushed the Broncos 55-10.
|Joe Montana retired after which season?|
1994. He retired in 1994 with the Kansas City Chiefs, after he was traded from the Niners. He was replaced by his former backup in San Francisco, Steve Bono.
|Who was the owner who took the Niners all the way to the top in the '80s and '90s?|
Eddie DeBartolo Jr.. He led the team with the most winning decade (80s) through those years. He gave up control in 2000.
|Which team did San Francisco beat in their third Super Bowl?|
Bengals. They defeated the Bengals in 1988 by a four points (20-16). Jerry Rice was awarded the MVP for that game.
|How many Super Bowl MVPs did Joe Montana receive in his career?|
3. He received them in Super Bowl XVI, XIX, and XXIV. In his four Super Bowl appearances, he never fumbled or threw an interception.
|The Niners failed to make the playoffs twice in the '80s.|
t. They didn't make it in the years 1980 and 1982. They missed the playoffs in 1982 due to a strike-shortened season. All teams were ranked by conference instead of division.
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