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Current 49ers vs. Niners all time stats

Passing Yards
1. Joe Montana (35,124)
2. John Brodie (31,548)
3. Steve Young (29,907)
4. Jeff Garcia (16,408)
5. Y.A. Tittle (16,016)
6. Alex Smith (12,543)


4th Quater Comebacks
1. Joe Montana (26)
2. John Brodie (19)
3. Steve Young (13)
4. Alex Smith (10)
5. Jeff Garcia (8)

Rushing Yards
1. Joe Perry (8,689)
2. Frank Gore (7,625)
3. Roger Craig (7,064)

Rushing TD's
1. Joe Perry (68)
2. Roger Craig (50)
3. Ken Willard (45)
4. Frank Gore (43)
5. J.D. Smith (37)

Receiving Yards
1. Jerry Rice (19,247)
2. Terrell Owens (8,572)
3. Dwight Clark (6,750)
12. Vernon Davis (3,803)
24. Michael Crabtree (2,240)





Where do you all think these Niners will finish?

[ Edited by 707Niners on May 15, 2012 at 7:46 PM ]
Gore will finish first in yards and second in rushing TDs.

707 where did these stats come from? How about defensive stats?
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Alex Smith will be #1 by the time he retires.
Great thread idea! Smith is catching up!
Sacks
1. Bryant Young (87.5)
2. Charles Haley (66.5)
3. Dana Stubblefield (46.5)
10. Justin Smith (29)
20. Ahmad Brooks (18)
22. Patrick Willis (17)
25. Aldon Smith (14)


Tackles
1. Ronnie Lott (721)
2. Ken Norton (551)
3. Patrick Willis (542)
4, Derek Smith (521)
5. Bryant Young (512)

Forced Fumbles
1. Charles Haley (14)
2t. Patrick Willis (12)
2t. Bryant Young (12)
5. Ronnie Lott (8)
6. Justin Smith (7)

Interceptions
1. Ronnie Lott (51)
2. Jimmy Johnson (47)
3. Kermit Alexander (36)
4. Merton Hanks (31)
18. Dashon Goldson (11)
20. Tarell Brown (8)
I was surprised to see that Steve Young only has 3 more 4th quarter comeback then Alex. But then I realized that when Steve Young played, they never had to play from behind.
Alex Smith's stats the last three years


Passing Yards (7,864)
Passing TD's (49)
Passing INT's (27)

Alex Smith next three years projection


Passing Yards (9,350)
Passing TD's (63)
Passing INT's (28)
You conviently left out TDs & Interceptions
Passing Yards (Smith should be able to catch Tittle and Garcia easily but must stay healthy and a starter for quite a few years to catch Young--would have to have six very good years--3000 Yds x 6. Eight years to catch Montana). He is only 28 this season so may have ten more years. I would think he needs to have about 3000 per year to remain SF QB.

1. Joe Montana (35,124)
2. John Brodie (31,548)
3. Steve Young (29,907)
4. Jeff Garcia (16,408)
5. Y.A. Tittle (16,016)
6. Alex Smith (12,543)

Comebacks are too conditional to guess.

Rushing Yards (two good years needed or one very good year--very do-able).
1. Joe Perry (8,689)
2. Frank Gore (7,625)
3. Roger Craig (7,064)

Rushing TDs (depend on who carries the ball at the goal line and James may do much of that after this year. Should be able to reach second place).

Receiving Yards (everyone can catch all but Rice--I won't predict catching Rice)
1. Jerry Rice (19,247)
2. Terrell Owens (8,572)
3. Dwight Clark (6,750)
12. Vernon Davis (3,803)
24. Michael Crabtree (2,240)
[ Edited by dtg_9er on May 15, 2012 at 9:36 PM ]
I thought gore was the all time rushing leader... Didnt he break it in the rams game
Originally posted by 49erha:
I thought gore was the all time rushing leader... Didnt he break it in the rams game


yeh that one had me confused. im pretty sure he passed it in the rams game.or the game after.
Passing TD's
1. Joe Montana (244)
2. Steve Young (221)
3. John Brodie (214)
4. Frankie Albert (115)
5. Jeff Garcia (113)
6. Y.A. Tittle (108)
7. Alex Smith (68)



Originally posted by 707Niners:
Passing TD's
1. Joe Montana (244)
2. Steve Young (221)
3. John Brodie (214)
4. Frankie Albert (115)
5. Jeff Garcia (113)
6. Y.A. Tittle (108)
7. Alex Smith (68)



dafuq
Maybe im to young
Yea that has to be an error, I remember gore breaking the recording and becoming the 49ers all time rushing leader.
Originally posted by ruthless49er:
Originally posted by 49erha:
I thought gore was the all time rushing leader... Didnt he break it in the rams game


yeh that one had me confused. im pretty sure he passed it in the rams game.or the game after.


Joe the Jet played two year in Bal so he had a few less yards as a niner.