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Current 49ers vs. Niners all time stats

Wait how does Joe Perry have more yards than Gore I thought Gore was the 49ers all time leading rusher?

Originally posted by BayArea:
Wait how does Joe Perry have more yards than Gore I thought Gore was the 49ers all time leading rusher?

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...The NFL doesnt count the stats Joe Perry put up before the team joined the NFL
Stats if you take out Perry's two years before the Niners joined the NFL

Frank Gore (7,625)
Joe Perry (7,344)
Can you add Randy Moss into all of the receivers stats... He's on the team now... though none of his stats were accomplished as a Niner... Did Rice, Montana, Lott and any other Niners that played on other teams's stats that you listed include ALL of their stats even from other teams, their entire career? If so, you should add Moss...
707 has said these numbers are only when the player played for the 49ers. It includes the 49ers of the AAFC, where Joe Perry played a couple years before the move to the NFL.

Frank Gore is the franchise leading rusher when it comes to the stats of the NFL. But with Perry and his AAFC time, he is the franchise leading rusher otherwise.

I think Gore rushes for 9,000 yards before he hangs em up. Would love to see him get 10,000 though.
Originally posted by Ether:
Alex Smith will be #1 by the time he retires.

LOLOLOLOL
Originally posted by zozell:
Can you add Randy Moss into all of the receivers stats... He's on the team now... though none of his stats were accomplished as a Niner... Did Rice, Montana, Lott and any other Niners that played on other teams's stats that you listed include ALL of their stats even from other teams, their entire career? If so, you should add Moss...

He only listed their 49er stats
Originally posted by 49erha:
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

Albert was the first "franchise QB" for the team from 1946-1952. Like Perry, a lot of his stats for the team are in the AAFC years and are not recognized by the NFL.

He was a great college QB at Stanford and was known for being the best lefty QB of his era. He's also credited for "inventing" the bootleg.

Basically, his career foreshadows Young's in many ways.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frankie_Albert
[ Edited by captveg on May 17, 2012 at 3:50 PM ]
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)




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