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Current 49ers vs. Niners all time stats

I think 707 is counting the yards Perry rushed for the 49ers before they entered the NFL.
1948-1950 49ers played in the AAFC, so the NFL doesnt count those years
The team was founded in 1946 as a charter member of the All-America Football Conference (AAFC) and joined the NFL in 1950 after the two leagues merged.
Originally posted by Ether:
Aldon Smith will be #1 by the time he retires.

Fixed.
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
I think 707 is counting the yards Perry rushed for the 49ers before they entered the NFL.


No, when you add the 1,000 plus yards from his two Bal years it equals his total as stated by 707. Take those away and Gore beat him by a few yards for the team record.
Joe Perry rushing stat
14 yrs with SF (8,689)
2 yrs with BAL (1,034)

Total yds (9,723)


Stats are correct
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
I think 707 is counting the yards Perry rushed for the 49ers before they entered the NFL.

Exactly what im doing
Originally posted by 707Niners:
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?



Originally posted by 707Niners:
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)

Are these career totals or totals in a niner uni?
All are in Niners Uni's
Originally posted by 707Niners:
All are in Niners Uni's

thx.
Patrick Willis is 2nd in force fumbles only after his sixth season! What a boss.
Originally posted by Ether:
Alex Smith will be #1 by the time he retires.
Hahahaha!
I will believe it when I see it. Let's see what will happens this year first. If Alex plays seven more years for the niners he will have to avg at least 3300 yards or 3700 yards over six years. Remember Alex is in his what seventh year already? One good hit and he can suffer a shoulder or back injury. It supposedly already has screwed up his mechanics once. Especially since he hasn't learned to throw on the run instead of stopping and trying to setup and throw after taking off to avoid the sack.

As for Rice he is untouchable. Gore will be the man, but I am hoping that we win a SB before he retires as it will help possibly validate him for the Hall. If he gets to 10K he should get it not questions asked since he did it with such a lame duck team and coaches.
Originally posted by 707Niners:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
I think 707 is counting the yards Perry rushed for the 49ers before they entered the NFL.

Exactly what im doing


My mistake! If you exclude the yards from Bal and pre-NFL Gore is the team leader.
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
My mistake! If you exclude the yards from Bal and pre-NFL Gore is the team leader.

I used Joe Perry's total Rushing Yards as a 49er, and thats 8,689 yds

In my opinion he's still the Niners all-time rushing leader until Gore passes that 8,689 mark
Originally posted by 707Niners:
Originally posted by dtg_9er:
My mistake! If you exclude the yards from Bal and pre-NFL Gore is the team leader.

I used Joe Perry's total Rushing Yards as a 49er, and thats 8,689 yds

In my opinion he's still the Niners all-time rushing leader until Gore passes that 8,689 mark


Won't argue that point as yards are yards, NFL or not. Old guys get short shrift given the changes in the game favoring the offense.
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