San Francisco 49ers Trivia

Can you guess these facts about the San Francisco 49ers?
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Last updated: January 5, 2024
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Current head coach of the 49ers
Kyle Shanahan
Current starting QB who was the LAST pick in the 2022 draft, aka Mr. Irrelevant
Brock Purdy
Quarterback who the 49ers acquired from the Patriots in 2017
Jimmy Garoppolo
Leading receiving in 49ers and NFL history
Jerry Rice
Running back who led the NFL in rushing in 2023
Christian McCaffrey
Position played by Kyle Juszczyk
Quarterback who had a perfect record in his four Super Bowl appearances,
with 11 touchdowns with no interceptions
Joe Montana
Quarterback who was NFL MVP in 1992 and 1994
Steve Young
Coach who led the 49ers to three Super Bowl victories in the 1980s
Bill Walsh
Offensive system which that coach introduced
West Coast Offense
Head coach who lost to his brother in Super Bowl XLVII
Jim Harbaugh
Defensive end who the 49ers chose with the second pick in the 2019 draft
Nick Bosa
Feared defensive back who had the tip of his pinky amputated to avoid missing
the start of the 1986 season
Ronnie Lott
The 49ers' home stadium from 1970–2014
Candlestick Park
Their current home stadium
Levi's Stadium
Player who caught "The Catch" to send the 49ers to Super Bowl XVI
Dwight Clark
Player who ruffled feathers by refusing to stand for the national anthem
Colin Kaepernick
The first player in NFL history to have 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the
same season (1985)
Roger Craig
The 49ers all-time rushing leader
Frank Gore
Team who the 49ers beat 55-10 in the biggest Super Bowl blowout of all-time
Denver Broncos
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The 49ers will always be linked with the Cleveland Browns, as they were 2 of the 3 teams absorbed by the NFL from the old AAFC in 1950. (the 3rd team, the Baltimore Colts, folded after 1 season, to be replaced a couple of years later by a new, but unrelated, Baltimore Colts franchise)