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49ers Super Bowls, on NFL Network

I can't imagine a Niner fan, who hasn't seen these games, live or otherwise.
However, if you missed any of the games, or just wish to re-live those great
moments, NFL Network, is airing all past SB' at the moment.

Here's the schedule for the 5 Lombardi' the team won:

SB XVI - 49ers vs. Bengals
Saturday, 29 January 2011
@ 01:30/ET -
@ 10:30/22:30/PT
@ 06:30/GMT

SB XIX - 49ers vs. Miami
Saturday, 29 January 2011
@ 03:00/ET
@ 00:00/PT (Midnight)
@ 08:00/GMT

SB XXIII - 49ers vs. Bengals
29 January 2011
@ 05:00/ET
@ 02:00/PT
@ 10:00/GMT

SB XXIV - 49ers vs. Broncos
Saturday, 29 January 2011
@ 05:30/ET
@ 02:30/PT
@ 10:30/GMT

SB XXIX - 49ers vs. Chargers
Sunday, 30 January 2011
@ 08:00/ET
@ 05:00/PT
@ 13:00/GMT

NOTE:
NFL Networks, lists SB XXIII, and XXIV, as airing Saturday on their schedule
page. In actuality, the airing times are very early Sunday morning !

Here is the link, for the NFL Networks schedule:

http://www.nfl.com/nflnetwork/networkschedule?selectedDate=01/30/2011&field=selectedDate

If you don't have the NFL Network channel/package,
here's a good link:

http://www.firstrow.net/watch/31606/1/watch-nfl-network.html[/b]

This link works BEST, when you let the Advertisement expire. A small
window will appear, reading "This ad will close in ? seconds" after which
viewing should be uninterrupted.

FYI:
The Senior Bowl, will also be televised on this channel as well.
The schedule for the start of that game:

Saturday, 29 January 2011

Senior Bowl Review
@ 03:30PM/15:30ET
@ 12:30ET
@ 20:30/GMT

Senior Bowl Game
@ 04:00PM/16:00ET
@ 01:00PM/13:00PT
@ 21:00/GMT

[ Edited by FlayvaMeister on Jan 29, 2011 at 23:05:26 ]
it's just the highlights, not the entire games.
Thats the football equivalent of porn for me.
Originally posted by susweel:
Thats the football equivalent of porn for me.

I just like the fact Montana CRUSHED Elway and Marino in the super bowl.
Originally posted by skynet907:
it's just the highlights, not the entire games.

buzz kill isnt it? i seen the commercial promoting this on NFLN the other day and they actually had me thinking they'd play all the sb's, pulled up my guide and was let down when i seen they all 30 min programs
Originally posted by skynet907:
it's just the highlights, not the entire games.

Originally posted by crabman82:
buzz kill isnt it? i seen the commercial promoting this on NFLN the other day and they actually had me thinking they'd play all the sb's, pulled up my guide and was let down when i seen they all 30 min programs

There was a time before the NFLN, when the games were aired in full. That was when, if I'm not mistaken...they were broadcast by ESPN. I don't know why; it could be contractual. However, if I had to guess, I'd venture to say that the NFLN, is more interested in all the other programming they've created, and deem it better than showing the games in full as once was the standard.
Originally posted by susweel:
Thats the football equivalent of porn for me.

This

I'll be wearing my faded Craig Puki jersey on the couch in my boxers resisting the urge to touch myself when Dan Bunz tackles Alexander on the goal line in SB XVI for what still remains:

"THE GREATEST DEFENSIVE SERIES IN NFL HISTORY"
Originally posted by WestCoast:
I just like the fact Montana CRUSHED Elway and Marino in the super bowl.

Oooooo the Bronco's game! Was it Karl Mecklenburg on the Broncos side line saying "What's happening...why is this happening." That game was fantastic. Total ass kicking.
Originally posted by 602_JamestownAve:
I'll be wearing my faded Craig Puki jersey on the couch in my boxers resisting the urge to touch myself when Dan Bunz tackles Alexander on the goal line in SB XVI for what still remains:

"THE GREATEST DEFENSIVE SERIES IN NFL HISTORY"

There might be those that follow the game, both Fan, and professional
analyst, that would argue vehemently your remark.

I've watched every SB to date, and though my opinion in this regard
could be construed as biased (being a Niner fan), I agree with you.

That GLS, was a thing of beauty; a moment, that turned the tide and shifted
momentum from one team to the other. And, it occurred in the Crown
Jewel of games for the NFL. So yes, "THE GREATEST DEFENSIVE SERIES
IN NFL HISTORY".
;D

[ Edited by FlayvaMeister on Jan 30, 2011 at 03:10:10 ]
My personal favorite is total domination of the Chargers. On the other hand, it's kind of bitter sweet because the Niners could've had 2-3 more SB titles later in that decade.
Member Milestone: This is post number 400 for FlayvaMeister.
Niners coming on now...
;D
Thanks for the link FlayvaMeister. 9ER FOOTBALL ON NOW!!
I want to cry with joy watching the 9ers past SBs. We were that great.
Originally posted by FlayvaMeister:
Originally posted by 602_JamestownAve:
I'll be wearing my faded Craig Puki jersey on the couch in my boxers resisting the urge to touch myself when Dan Bunz tackles Alexander on the goal line in SB XVI for what still remains:

"THE GREATEST DEFENSIVE SERIES IN NFL HISTORY"

There might be those that follow the game, both Fan, and professional
analyst, that would argue vehemently your remark.

I've watched every SB to date, and though my opinion in this regard
could be construed as biased (being a Niner fan), I agree with you.

That GLS, was a thing of beauty; a moment, that turned the tide and shifted
momentum from one team to the other. And, it occurred in the Crown
Jewel of games for the NFL. So yes, "THE GREATEST DEFENSIVE SERIES
IN NFL HISTORY".
;D

It was actually because of this that I became a Niners fan. I saw the catch weeks before but didn't understand the importance. Caught a glimpse of the the SB and followed this devastating goal line stand. Then I was like, sh1t this is my team. It wasn't The Catch, it wasn't Montana, Rice or Walsh.