49ers All-Time Scores

2009 Season
Preseason
Fri, Aug 14 Denver Broncos W 17-16
Sat, Aug 22 Oakland Raiders W 21-20
Sat, Aug 29 at Dallas Cowboys W 20-13
Fri, Sep 4 at San Diego Chargers L 7-26
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 13 at Arizona Cardinals W 20-16
Sun, Sep 20 Seattle Seahawks W 23-10
Sun, Sep 27 at Minnesota Vikings L 24-27
Sun, Oct 4 St. Louis Rams W 35-0
Sun, Oct 11 Atlanta Falcons L 10-45
Sun, Oct 25 at Houston Texans L 21-24
Sun, Nov 1 at Indianapolis Colts L 14-18
Sun, Nov 8 Tennessee Titans L 27-34
Thu, Nov 12 Chicago Bears W 10-6
Sun, Nov 22 at Green Bay Packers L 24-30
Sun, Nov 29 Jacksonville Jaguars W 20-3
Sun, Dec 6 at Seattle Seahawks L 17-20
Mon, Dec 14 Arizona Cardinals W 24-9
Sun, Dec 20 at Philadelphia Eagles L 13-27
Sun, Dec 27 Detroit Lions W 20-6
Sun, Jan 3 at St. Louis Rams W 28-6

Head Coach: Mike Singletary

Record: 8-8

Points for: 330 (20.6 per game)

Points against: 281 (17.6 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2009 season with a 20-16 road win over the Arizona Cardinals. They finished the season with a 8-8 record and a 28-6 win over the St. Louis Rams.

2008 Season
Preseason
Fri, Aug 8 at Oakland Raiders L 6-18
Sat, Aug 16 Green Bay Packers W 34-6
Thu, Aug 21 at Chicago Bears W 37-30
Fri, Aug 29 San Diego Chargers L 17-20
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 7 Arizona Cardinals L 13-23
Sun, Sep 14 at Seattle Seahawks W 33-30
Sun, Sep 21 Detroit Lions W 31-13
Sun, Sep 28 at New Orleans Saints L 17-31
Sun, Oct 5 New England Patriots L 21-30
Sun, Oct 12 Philadelphia Eagles L 26-40
Sun, Oct 19 at New York Giants L 17-29
Sun, Oct 26 Seattle Seahawks L 13-34
Mon, Nov 10 at Arizona Cardinals L 24-29
Sun, Nov 16 St. Louis Rams W 35-16
Sun, Nov 23 at Dallas Cowboys L 22-35
Sun, Nov 30 at Buffalo Bills W 10-3
Sun, Dec 7 New York Jets W 24-14
Sun, Dec 14 at Miami Dolphins L 9-14
Sun, Dec 21 at St. Louis Rams W 17-16
Sun, Dec 28 Washington Redskins W 27-24

Head Coaches: Mike Nolan, Mike Singletary

Record: 7-9

Points for: 339 (21.2 per game)

Points against: 381 (23.8 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2008 season with a 13-23 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals. They finished the season with a 7-9 record and a 27-24 win over the Washington Redskins.

Bold indicates an overtime game

2007 Season
Preseason
Mon, Aug 13 Denver Broncos L 13-17
Sat, Aug 18 Oakland Raiders W 26-21
Sat, Aug 25 at Chicago Bears L 28-31
Thu, Aug 30 at San Diego Chargers L 13-16
Regular Season
Mon, Sep 10 Arizona Cardinals W 20-17
Sun, Sep 16 at St. Louis Rams W 17-16
Sun, Sep 23 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 16-37
Sun, Sep 30 Seattle Seahawks L 3-23
Sun, Oct 7 Baltimore Ravens L 7-9
Sun, Oct 21 at New York Giants L 15-33
Sun, Oct 28 New Orleans Saints L 10-31
Sun, Nov 4 at Atlanta Falcons L 16-20
Mon, Nov 12 at Seattle Seahawks L 0-24
Sun, Nov 18 St. Louis Rams L 9-13
Sun, Nov 25 at Arizona Cardinals W 37-31
Sun, Dec 2 at Carolina Panthers L 14-31
Sun, Dec 9 Minnesota Vikings L 7-27
Sat, Dec 15 Cincinnati Bengals W 20-13
Sun, Dec 23 Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 21-19
Sun, Dec 30 at Cleveland Browns L 7-20

Head Coach: Mike Nolan

Record: 5-11

Points for: 219 (13.7 per game)

Points against: 364 (22.8 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2007 season with a 20-17 home win over the Arizona Cardinals. They finished the season with a 5-11 record and a 7-20 loss to the Cleveland Browns.

Bold indicates an overtime game

2006 Season
Preseason
Fri, Aug 11 Chicago Bears W 28-14
Sun, Aug 20 at Oakland Raiders L 7-23
Sat, Aug 26 at Dallas Cowboys L 7-17
Fri, Sep 1 San Diego Chargers W 23-14
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 10 at Arizona Cardinals L 27-34
Sun, Sep 17 St. Louis Rams W 20-13
Sun, Sep 24 Philadelphia Eagles L 24-38
Sun, Oct 1 at Kansas City Chiefs L 0-41
Sun, Oct 8 Oakland Raiders W 34-20
Sun, Oct 15 San Diego Chargers L 19-48
Sun, Oct 29 at Chicago Bears L 10-41
Sun, Nov 5 Minnesota Vikings W 9-3
Sun, Nov 12 at Detroit Lions W 19-13
Sun, Nov 19 Seattle Seahawks W 20-14
Sun, Nov 26 at St. Louis Rams L 17-20
Sun, Dec 3 at New Orleans Saints L 10-34
Sun, Dec 10 Green Bay Packers L 19-30
Thu, Dec 14 at Seattle Seahawks W 24-14
Sun, Dec 24 Arizona Cardinals L 20-26
Sun, Dec 31 at Denver Broncos W 26-23

Head Coach: Mike Nolan

Record: 7-9

Points for: 298 (18.6 per game)

Points against: 412 (25.8 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2006 season with a 27-34 road loss to the Arizona Cardinals. They finished the season with a 7-9 record and a 26-23 win over the Denver Broncos.

Bold indicates an overtime game

2005 Season
Preseason
Sat, Aug 13 Oakland Raiders W 21-13
Sat, Aug 20 at Denver Broncos L 21-26
Fri, Aug 26 Tennessee Titans W 16-13
Thu, Sep 1 at San Diego Chargers L 24-28
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 11 St. Louis Rams W 28-25
Sun, Sep 18 at Philadelphia Eagles L 3-42
Sun, Sep 25 Dallas Cowboys L 31-34
Sun, Oct 2 at Arizona Cardinals * L 14-31
Sun, Oct 9 Indianapolis Colts L 3-28
Sun, Oct 23 at Washington Redskins L 17-52
Sun, Oct 30 Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 15-10
Sun, Nov 6 New York Giants L 6-24
Sun, Nov 13 at Chicago Bears L 9-17
Sun, Nov 20 Seattle Seahawks L 25-27
Sun, Nov 27 at Tennessee Titans L 22-33
Sun, Dec 4 Arizona Cardinals L 10-17
Sun, Dec 11 at Seattle Seahawks L 3-41
Sun, Dec 18 at Jacksonville Jaguars L 9-10
Sat, Dec 24 at St. Louis Rams W 24-20
Sun, Jan 1 Houston Texans W 20-17

Head Coach: Mike Nolan

Record: 4-12

Points for: 239 (14.9 per game)

Points against: 428 (26.8 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2005 season with a 28-25 home win over the St. Louis Rams. They finished the season with a 4-12 record and a 20-17 win over the Houston Texans.

Bold indicates an overtime game

* Oct 2: Played in Mexico City, Mexico

2004 Season
Preseason
Sat, Aug 14 Oakland Raiders L 30-33
Sat, Aug 21 at Chicago Bears L 13-20
Fri, Aug 27 at Minnesota Vikings L 10-23
Thu, Sep 2 San Diego Chargers L 15-31
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 12 Atlanta Falcons L 19-21
Sun, Sep 19 at New Orleans Saints L 27-30
Sun, Sep 26 at Seattle Seahawks L 0-34
Sun, Oct 3 St. Louis Rams L 14-24
Sun, Oct 10 Arizona Cardinals W 31-28
Sun, Oct 17 at New York Jets L 14-22
Sun, Oct 31 at Chicago Bears L 13-23
Sun, Nov 7 Seattle Seahawks L 27-42
Sun, Nov 14 Carolina Panthers L 27-37
Sun, Nov 21 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 3-35
Sun, Nov 28 Miami Dolphins L 17-24
Sun, Dec 5 at St. Louis Rams L 6-16
Sun, Dec 12 at Arizona Cardinals W 31-28
Sat, Dec 18 Washington Redskins L 16-26
Sun, Dec 26 Buffalo Bills L 7-41
Sun, Jan 2 at New England Patriots L 7-21

Head Coach: Dennis Erickson

Record: 2-14

Points for: 259 (16.2 per game)

Points against: 452 (28.3 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2004 season with a 19-21 home loss to the Atlanta Falcons. They finished the season with a 2-14 record and a 7-21 loss to the New England Patriots.

Bold indicates an overtime game

2003 Season
Preseason
Sat, Aug 9 at Kansas City Chiefs W 24-6
Thu, Aug 14 Oakland Raiders W 14-10
Sat, Aug 23 New Orleans Saints W 27-12
Fri, Aug 29 at San Diego Chargers L 3-24
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 7 Chicago Bears W 49-7
Sun, Sep 14 at St. Louis Rams L 24-27
Sun, Sep 21 Cleveland Browns L 12-13
Sun, Sep 28 at Minnesota Vikings L 7-35
Sun, Oct 5 Detroit Lions W 24-17
Sun, Oct 12 at Seattle Seahawks L 19-20
Sun, Oct 19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 24-7
Sun, Oct 26 at Arizona Cardinals L 13-16
Sun, Nov 2 St. Louis Rams W 30-10
Mon, Nov 17 Pittsburgh Steelers W 30-14
Sun, Nov 23 at Green Bay Packers L 10-20
Sun, Nov 30 at Baltimore Ravens L 6-44
Sun, Dec 7 Arizona Cardinals W 50-14
Sun, Dec 14 at Cincinnati Bengals L 38-41
Sun, Dec 21 at Philadelphia Eagles W 31-28
Sat, Dec 27 Seattle Seahawks L 17-24

Head Coach: Dennis Erickson

Record: 7-9

Points for: 384 (24 per game)

Points against: 337 (21.1 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2003 season with a 49-7 home win over the Chicago Bears. They finished the season with a 7-9 record and a 17-24 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

Bold indicates an overtime game

2002 Season
Preseason
Sat, Aug 3 at Washington Redskins L 7-38
Sat, Aug 10 Kansas City Chiefs L 14-17
Mon, Aug 19 at Denver Broncos W 12-7
Sat, Aug 24 at Oakland Raiders L 10-17
Wed, Aug 28 San Diego Chargers W 27-3
Regular Season
Thu, Sep 5 at New York Giants W 16-13
Sun, Sep 15 Denver Broncos L 14-24
Sun, Sep 22 Washington Redskins W 20-10
Sun, Oct 6 St. Louis Rams W 37-13
Mon, Oct 14 at Seattle Seahawks W 28-21
Sun, Oct 20 at New Orleans Saints L 27-35
Sun, Oct 27 Arizona Cardinals W 38-28
Sun, Nov 3 at Oakland Raiders W 23-20
Sun, Nov 10 Kansas City Chiefs W 17-13
Sun, Nov 17 at San Diego Chargers L 17-20
Mon, Nov 25 Philadelphia Eagles L 17-38
Sun, Dec 1 Seattle Seahawks W 31-24
Sun, Dec 8 at Dallas Cowboys W 31-27
Sun, Dec 15 Green Bay Packers L 14-20
Sat, Dec 21 at Arizona Cardinals W 17-14
Mon, Dec 30 at St. Louis Rams L 20-31
NFC Wildcard Game
Sun, Jan 5 New York Giants W 39-38
NFC Divisional Playoff
Sun, Jan 12 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 6-31

Head Coach: Steve Mariucci

Record: 10-6 / 11-7

Points for: 367 (22.9 per game)

Points for (w/ playoffs): 412 (22.9 per game)

Points against: 351 (21.9 per game)

Points against (w/ playoffs): 420 (23.3 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2002 season with a 16-13 road win over the New York Giants. They finished the season with a 11-7 record and a 6-31 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the playoffs.

Bold indicates an overtime game

2001 Season
Preseason
Sat, Aug 11 at San Diego Chargers L 24-25
Sun, Aug 19 Oakland Raiders W 20-17
Sat, Aug 25 Seattle Seahawks L 18-28
Fri, Aug 31 at Denver Broncos L 7-35
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 9 Atlanta Falcons W 16-13
Sun, Sep 23 St. Louis Rams L 26-30
Mon, Oct 1 at New York Jets W 19-17
Sun, Oct 7 Carolina Panthers W 24-14
Sun, Oct 14 at Atlanta Falcons W 37-31
Sun, Oct 28 at Chicago Bears L 31-37
Sun, Nov 4 Detroit Lions W 21-13
Sun, Nov 11 New Orleans Saints W 28-27
Sun, Nov 18 at Carolina Panthers W 25-22
Sun, Nov 25 at Indianapolis Colts W 40-21
Sun, Dec 2 Buffalo Bills W 35-0
Sun, Dec 9 at St. Louis Rams L 14-27
Sun, Dec 16 Miami Dolphins W 21-0
Sat, Dec 22 Philadelphia Eagles W 13-3
Sun, Dec 30 at Dallas Cowboys L 21-27
Sun, Jan 6 at New Orleans Saints W 38-0
NFC Wildcard Game
Sun, Jan 13 at Green Bay Packers L 15-25

Head Coach: Steve Mariucci

Record: 12-4 / 12-5

Points for: 409 (25.6 per game)

Points for (w/ playoffs): 424 (24.9 per game)

Points against: 282 (17.6 per game)

Points against (w/ playoffs): 307 (18.1 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2001 season with a 16-13 home win over the Atlanta Falcons. They finished the season with a 12-5 record and a 15-25 loss to the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs.

Bold indicates an overtime game

2000 Season
Preseason
Mon, Jul 31 New England Patriots L 0-20
Sat, Aug 5 San Diego Chargers L 20-23
Sun, Aug 13 at Kansas City Chiefs W 33-10
Sat, Aug 19 at Seattle Seahawks L 21-25
Fri, Aug 25 Denver Broncos L 24-28
Regular Season
Sun, Sep 3 at Atlanta Falcons L 28-36
Sun, Sep 10 Carolina Panthers L 22-38
Sun, Sep 17 at St. Louis Rams L 24-41
Sun, Sep 24 at Dallas Cowboys W 41-24
Sun, Oct 1 Arizona Cardinals W 27-20
Sun, Oct 8 Oakland Raiders L 28-34
Sun, Oct 15 at Green Bay Packers L 28-31
Sun, Oct 22 at Carolina Panthers L 16-34
Sun, Oct 29 St. Louis Rams L 24-34
Sun, Nov 5 at New Orleans Saints L 15-31
Sun, Nov 12 Kansas City Chiefs W 21-7
Sun, Nov 19 Atlanta Falcons W 16-6
Sun, Dec 3 at San Diego Chargers W 45-17
Sun, Dec 10 New Orleans Saints L 27-31
Sun, Dec 17 Chicago Bears W 17-0
Sat, Dec 23 at Denver Broncos L 9-38

Head Coach: Steve Mariucci

Record: 6-10

Points for: 388 (24.3 per game)

Points against: 422 (26.4 per game)

The San Francisco 49ers started the 2000 season with a 28-36 road loss to the Atlanta Falcons. They finished the season with a 6-10 record and a 9-38 loss to the Denver Broncos.

Bold indicates an overtime game

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