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San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Teams: Which one stands out?

San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Teams: Which one stands out?

Out of the 5 Super Bowl teams we've had, which one stands out the most and why?

(yes, we've had this discussion before)


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1981 San Francisco 49ers

* Hall of Fame

Head Coach: *Bill Walsh


T/G Dan Audick
G/T John Ayers
K Matt Bahr
QB Guy Benjamin
DE Dwaine Board
WR Matt Bouza
LB Dan Bunz
G/C/T John Choma
DB Ricky Churchman
WR Dwight Clark
RB/TE Earl Cooper
G/C Randy Cross
RB Johnny Davis
DE Fred Dean
G/C Walt Downing
RB Walt Easley
RB Lenvil Elliott
T Keith Fahnhorst
DB Rick Gervais
LB Willie Harper
NT/DE John Harty
DB Dwight Hicks
RB Paul Hofer
WR Arrington Jones
T Allan Kennedy
NT/DE Pete Kugler
RB Amos Lawrence
LB Bobby Leopold
LB Jim Looney
S * Ronnie Lott
DB Saladin Martin
LB Milt McColl
P Jim Miller
QB * Joe Montana
RB Ricky Patton
TE Brian Peets
DE/DT/NT Lawrence Pillers
LB Craig Puki
C Fred Quillan
TE Eason Ramson
DT Archie Reese
LB Jack Reynolds
RB Bill Ring
WR Mike Shumann
WR/QB/RB Freddie Solomon
DE Jim Stuckey
LB Terry Tautolo
DB Lynn Thomas
LB Keena Turner
K Ray Wersching
DB Carlton Williamson
WR Mike Wilson
DB Eric Wright
TE Charlie Young

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1984 San Francisco 49ers

* Hall of Fame

Head Coach: *Bill Walsh

G/T John Ayers
DE Dwaine Board
DE Greg Boyd
LB Dan Bunz
NT Michael Carter
QB Matt Cavanaugh
WR Dwight Clark
DB Mario Clark
RB/TE Earl Cooper
RB Roger Craig
G/C Randy Cross
DE Fred Dean
TE Al Dixon
LB Riki Ellison
LB Jim Fahnhorst
T Keith Fahnhorst
LB Ron Ferrari
TE Russ Francis
TE John Frank
DB/LB Jeff Fuller
RB Derrick Harmon
DB Dwight Hicks
DB Tom Holmoe
DT/NT Gary Johnson
DT/NT Louie Kelcher
T Allan Kennedy
S * Ronnie Lott
C John Macaulay
LB Milt McColl
G Guy McIntyre
DB Dana McLemore
WR/RB Carl Monroe
QB * Joe Montana
LB Blanchard Montgomery
WR Renaldo Nehemiah
P Tom Orosz
T Bubba Paris
DE/DT/NT Lawrence Pillers
C Fred Quillan
LB Jack Reynolds
RB Bill Ring
P Max Runager
G Jesse Sapolu
LB Todd Shell
T Billy Shields
WR/QB/RB Freddie Solomon
DT Jeff Stover
DE Jim Stuckey
DE Manu Tuiasosopo
LB Keena Turner
RB Wendell Tyler
LB Mike Walter
K Ray Wersching
DB Carlton Williamson
WR Mike Wilson
DB Eric Wright

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1988 San Francisco 49ers

* Hall of Fame

Head Coach: *Bill Walsh

T Harris Barton
DE Dwaine Board
G Jeff Bregel
DB Chet Brooks
NT Michael Carter
WR Wes Chandler
K Mike Cofer
T/G Bruce Collie
DB Greg Cox
RB Roger Craig
G/C Randy Cross
RB Doug DuBose
LB Riki Ellison
DE Kevin f*gan
LB Jim Fahnhorst
RB Terrence Flagler
TE John Frank
DB/LB Jeff Fuller
WR Terry Greer
CB Don Griffin
LB Ron Hadley
DE Charles Haley
TE Ron Heller
P Barry Helton
DB Tom Holmoe
DE Pierce Holt
TE Brent Jones
LB Sam Kennedy
NT/DE Pete Kugler
DE/NT/DT Kevin Lilly
S * Ronnie Lott
G Guy McIntyre
CB Tim McKyer
NT Doug Mikolas
QB * Joe Montana
WR Calvin Nicholas
DB Tory Nixon
T Bubba Paris
CB Darryl Pollard
FB Tom Rathman
WR Jerry Rice
DE Larry Roberts
RB Del Rodgers
LB Bill Romanowski
P Max Runager
G Jesse Sapolu
DT Jeff Stover
DE Daniel Stubbs
FB Harry Sydney
WR John Taylor
C Chuck Thomas
LB Keena Turner
T Steve Wallace
LB Mike Walter
WR Mike Wilson
DB Eric Wright
QB *Steve Young

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1989 San Francisco 49ers

* Hall of Fame

Head Coach: George Seifert

WR Michael Barber
T Harris Barton
WR Steve Bono
G Jeff Bregel
DB Chet Brooks
NT/DT Jim Burt
NT Michael Carter
K Mike Cofer
T/G Bruce Collie
RB Roger Craig
T Dave Cullity
LB Keith DeLong
DE Kevin f*gan
LB Jim Fahnhorst
RB Terrence Flagler
DB/LB Jeff Fuller
LB Antonio Goss
WR Terry Greer
CB Don Griffin
DE Charles Haley
P Barry Helton
RB Keith Henderson
RB Steve Hendrickson
DB Tom Holmoe
DE Pierce Holt
DB Johnnie Jackson
TE Brent Jones
NT/DE Pete Kugler
DE/NT/DT Kevin Lilly
S * Ronnie Lott
G Guy McIntyre
CB Tim McKyer
LB Matt Millen
QB * Joe Montana
T Bubba Paris
CB Darryl Pollard
DT/NT Rollin Putzier
FB Tom Rathman
WR Jerry Rice
DB Mike Richardson
DE Larry Roberts
LB Bill Romanowski
G Jesse Sapolu
DE Daniel Stubbs
FB Harry Sydney
T/G Terry Tausch
WR John Taylor
C Chuck Thomas
RB Spencer Tillman
LB Keena Turner
T Steve Wallace
TE Wesley Walls
LB Mike Walter
TE Jamie Williams
WR Mike Wilson
DB Eric Wright
QB *Steve Young

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1994 San Francisco 49ers


Head Coach: George Seifert

T Harris Barton
T Harry Boatswain
G Brian Bollinger
K Doug Brien
DE Dennis Brown
TE Brett Carolan
RB Dexter Carter
CB Toi Cook
G/C Chris Dalman
C Eric Davis
G Derrick Deese
DE Richard Dent
CB Tyronne Drakeford
FB William Floyd
LB Antonio Goss
QB Elvis Grbac
S Dana Hall
DT Rhett Hall
CB Merton Hanks
CB Adrian Hardy
DE Tim Harris
DE Martin Harrison
LB Rickey Jackson
TE Brent Jones
DE Todd Kelly
FB Marc Logan
RB Derek Loville
DE Charles Mann
WR Ed McCaffrey
S Tim McDonald
G Rod Milstead
LB Kevin Mitchell
LB Ken Norton
C Bart Oates
LB Tony Peterson
LB Gary Plummer
G/T Frank Pollack
TE Ted Popson
WR Jerry Rice
CB Deion Sanders
G Jesse Sapolu
WR Nate Singleton
DE Artie Smith
DT Dana Stubblefield
G/C Ralph Tamm
WR John Taylor
DE Mark Thomas
FB Adam Walker
T Steve Wallace
RB Ricky Watters
P Klaus Wilmsmeyer
LB/DE Troy Wilson
LB Lee Woodall
DT Bryant Young
QB *Steve Young
89 because of Romanowski being drafted
2009 FTW!
I vote the 84 team because you cannot argue with a 18-1 record (unless that 1 is a loss in the big game like the cheatriots)
Well, the 1st one was an amazing Cinderella Story, the 2nd one was just dominant, the 3rd was phenomenal and the 5th was our most recent. There's a special place in my heart for all of them, but the team that repeated kicks azz on so many levels!
89 becasue i hate the broncos and im glad we kicked there assess.
  • BobS
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84 49ers. They held Dan Marino's prolific offense to 16 points, while sacking him 4 times, while scoring 38 of their own. I would say of the 5 Super Bowls the 84 Dolphins
were the strongest opponent and the Niners rolled them.
Originally posted by BobS:
84 49ers. They held Dan Marino's prolific offense to 16 points, while sacking him 4 times, while scoring 38 of their own. I would say of the 5 Super Bowls the 84 Dolphins
were the strongest opponent and the Niners rolled them.

True, but 55-10 sure was fun. And, I dislike Elway 1000 times more than "Laces out" Dan.
Id have to say i think the 84 team or the 94 team were the best.
1989 Team was the most dominant. Can't forget that playoff run and amazing performance against the Broncos in the Super Bowl. Could have done a three peat if Roger Craig hadn't fumbled in the Conference Championship game the next year.
1994 Thats the one I remember seeing
The 1984 teams stands out to me. They were just four points from a perfect season and they destroyed the Dolphins at Stanford stadium - the closest any team ever came to playing on their home field for a Super Bowl. That team had no weaknesses.
All of em!
I cant believe 94 is in the lead. 81 is the most inspiring superbowl run in the games history
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