Every 49ers team winning at NFL.com’s Greatest Team of All-Time bracket

Mar 13, 2012 at 8:25 PM--


Right now, every San Francisco 49ers is winning in the first round of the NFL.com Greatest Team of All-Time bracket. That would mean that there would be a lot of 49ers teams in the second round if they all held on to win. All the 49ers teams are favorites except for one, the 1988 49ers, who are still beating on the favored 1995 Dallas Cowboys.

You can view the bracket and vote here:

http://www.nfl.com/bracketology/





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