NFL to upload 96 games, 7 featuring the 49ers, to YouTube

Jul 2, 2016 at 3:08 PM--


The NFL announced today that 96 complete classic games, voted by fans, will be uploaded to YouTube in August.

The game descriptions are from NFL.com. Fans of each team were allowed to vote for their three favorite games for that team. The San Francisco 49ers selections were "The Catch," Super Bowl XXIII, and the 1998 season NFC Wildcard game.

The following are all of the games, including losses, that include the 49ers.

1981 NFC Championship Game -- 49ers vs Cowboys

"The Catch."

1987 NFC Division Playoff -- Vikings vs 49ers

Vikings' upset win on road against best team in NFL.

1992 Week #2 - Bills vs. 49ers

Jim Kelly outduels Steve Young defeating 49ers, 34-31. Game featured no punts, first time in NFL history. Over 1,000 total yards of offense.

1998 NFC Wild Card -- 49ers vs Packers

Terrell Owens TD Catch.

2013 NFC Championship Game -- Seahawks vs 49ers

Richard Sherman deflection for game saving INT.

Super Bowl XXIII -- 49ers vs Bengals

Montana to Taylor.

Super Bowl XLVII -- Ravens vs. 49ers

Ravens win second Super Bowl. Ray Lewis' last game.

A complete list of all 96 games can be found here.



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