Originally posted by DelCed2486:
The game he had in 2009 vs. Seahawks where he had TD runs of 79 + 80 yds...actually ended up being a little disappointing because he had over 200 yds fairly early in the 2nd half, but think he got dinged a little and they pulled him out. Otherwise I think he had a legit shot to set the single-game rushing record that day.
Yep.. wasn't long into the 2nd half and he had 207. Think he actually had 209 and then lost a couple on a carry. The other game in 2006 he had 212.
1.) Montana's Super Bowl performance against the Broncos
2.) Young's Super Bowl performance against the Chargers
3.) Rice's Super Bowl performance against the Bengals
4.) Rice's 5 TD receptions against the Falcons in '90
5.) Kap's playoff game against the Packers
So many amazing moments...we are truly blessed to have watched some of the greatest players ever. My favorite, I have to go way back...
The 1972 season, my childhood hero, John Brodie, on the sidelines for most of the season with a bum leg...Steve Spurrier led the team to the brink of the NFC West championship, at Candlestick against the Vikings. Down by five in the fourth quarter, John stands up, drops his crutches, starts warming up, crowd goes bananas. He comes in and leads a drive- one of the greatest in Niner history- finishing with a TD pass with near zero time left to Dick Witcher. He was caried off the field on a sea of teammates hands.
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