San Francisco 49ers at a glance

January 11, 2014 


San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis has six career playoff touchdowns, second-most in NFL history for a tight end.


San Francisco 49ers

Coach: Jim Harbaugh

Key Stats

6 Career postseason touchdown catches for tight end Vernon Davis, tied for the second-most in NFL history. Former Oakland tight end Dave Casper is the all-time leader with seven.

8 Pro Bowl selections for the 49ers, tied with Kansas City for the most in the league.

14 Times the 49ers have advanced to the NFC championship game. With a win Sunday, the Niners would tie Pittsburgh (15) for the most appearances in a conference championship game since the 1970 merger.

548 Career postseason rushing yards for Frank Gore, the third most in franchise history behind Roger Craig (817) and Steve Young (594).

Starting Lineup


WR81 Anquan Boldin
LT74 Joe Staley
LG77 Mike Iupati
C59 Jonathan Goodwin
RG75 Alex Boone
RT76 Anthony Davis
TE85 Vernon Davis
WR15 Michael Crabtree
QB7 Colin Kaepernick
FB24 Anthony Dixon
RB21 Frank Gore


LDT91 Ray McDonald
NT90 Glenn Dorsey
RDT94 Justin Smith
OLB55 Ahmad Brooks
ILB53 NaVorro Bowman
ILB52 Patrick Willis
OLB99 Aldon Smith
LCB22 Carlos Rogers
RCB25 Tarell Brown
FS35 Eric Reid
SS31 Donte Whitner

Special Teams

P4 Andy Lee
K9 Phil Dawson
H4 Andy Lee
PR23 LaMichael James
KR23 LaMichael James
LS47 Kevin McDermott


QUESTIONABLE: CB Carlos Rogers (hamstring), LB Dan Skuta (foot). PROBABLE: LB NaVorro Bowman (wrist), WR Michael Crabtree (wrist), DT Demarcus Dobbs (knee, shoulder), C Jonathan Goodwin (not injury related), RB Frank Gore (knee), DT Justin Smith (shoulder).


8Green BayW 34-28
15At SeattleL 29-3
22IndianapolisL 27-7
26At St. LouisW 35-11
6TexasW 34-3
13ArizonaW 32-20
20At TennesseeW 31-17
27At JacksonvilleW 42-10
10CarolinaL 10-9
17At New OrleansL 23-20
25At WashingtonW 27-6
1St. LouisW 23-13
8SeattleW 19-17
15At Tampa BayW 33-14
23AtlantaW 34-24
29At ArizonaW 23-20
5At Green BayW 23-20
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