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Two Memorable 49er Comebacks
A set of game summaries, quotes, and box scores for the 49ers' two most stunning regular season victories under Coach Bill Walsh. They are the 38-35 comeback win over the New Orleans Saints in 1980... More > and the "Hail Jerry" 27-26 last-second comeback over the Cincinnati Bengals in 1987.< Less
Playoff Statistics for the Five 49er Super Bowl Years
A collection of statistics covering the 15 playoff games for the 49ers' five Super Bowl victories. Full box scores for each of the 15 games. Includes play-by-plays for the five Super Bowls and most... More > of the play-by-play for the 1982 NFC title game vs. the Cowboys.< Less
The Five San Francisco 49er Super Bowls
A collection of play-by-plays and complete box scores for the 49ers' five Super Bowls. Includes a set of cumulative Super Bowl statistics for individual 49er players and the team as a whole.
The San Francisco 49ers Under Coach Walsh
An extensive guide to the 10 49ers seasons under Coach Bill Walsh, including game-by-game summaries of the three Super Bowl seasons. Kevin Lynch, 49ers reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, who... More > covered the team starting in 1988, called it "a fantastic body of work. . . the short summary of every game gives you a quick snap shot and then the statistics are always worth a gander."< Less
The 1988 San Francisco 49ers
A comprehensive guide to the 1988 San Francisco 49ers, the team that ended Bill Walsh's NFL coaching career by winning the franchise's third Super Bowl. This e-book includes game summaries, quotes,... More > and full box scores for each of the 49ers' 19 games over the regular season and playoffs. Relive everything from the stunning 78-yard Jerry Rice touchdown to beat the Giants in the Meadowlands on September 11 to The Drive that beat the Bengals. A set of three closing essays discusses Coach Walsh and the Young vs. Montana quarterback controversy. Kevin Lynch, 49ers reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, called this "a fantastic body of work. . . . ['88] was my first year covering the team and the memories came flooding back."< Less