The Schedule in 2013
The San Francisco 49ers went to the Super Bowl last season, though they were unable to emerge
from the big game with the Vince Lombardi Trophy in hand. The team is looking to return to the big game this season and this
time leave MetLife Stadium with a victory. This Niners team is one of the best squads in the National Football League, and
is a real threat to take home the NFC title yet again this season. The 49ers boast one of the best defenses in the National
Football League, a unit that strikes terror into the hearts of many an opposing offensive coordinator. With playmakers all
over the field, this defense has suffocated some of the top offenses in the NFL this season and will look to continue to do
so in the postseason. Defense is often what makes or breaks a team in the playoffs, as teams face some of the top offenses
in their conferences during this time. That's why the Niners are a good bet to make a deep run in the postseason again.
Niners aren't all about their defense, though. The team has a solid and reliable running game headlined by running back Frank
Gore. Gore is a savvy veteran who just keeps churning out yardage on a weekly basis, and he's one of the toughest guys in
the league. Gore sets the table for young quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who set the league on fire last season with an outstanding
playoff run. However, defenses have keyed in on the second-year signal caller this season and some have succeeded in bottling
him up, which is why the Niners will likely lean heavily on Gore and the running game in the postseason. The Niners seem to
have a great formula for winning it all this season, but in the NFL playoffs you never know what's going to happen.
The San Francisco 49ers are looking good this season and are hoping to return to the Super Bowl for
another shot at the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Niners have a balanced roster that starts with a tough defensive unit that
makes opposing players pay for every yard they gain. This kind of defenses is extremely valuable in the playoffs when teams
have to try to slow down the best offensive units in the league. With a strong running game the Niners will look to play smash
mouth football and grind out the tough yardage on the ground with running back Frank Gore. If the team can get consistent
and smart pay out of quarterback Colin Kaepernick, there's no reason to think that this group is not capable of returning
to the big game this season for another shot at the title.
Nothing compares to see a National
Football League game in person, and when it comes to the playoffs that is truer than ever. The atmosphere at a playoff game
is absolutely electric, as everyone in the crowd is amped up to be there in the stands to support their favorite team in a
do or die scenario. Every game means the season for the teams involved, and that trickles down to the fans as well. The stadium
is sure to be rocking when the Niners hit the field for their next playoff game, and you can be there in a sea of the most
loyal San Francisco 49ers fans in the world. It's an amazing experience to be there for the biggest games of the year, so
don't miss out on the chance to make it happen this time around,
Prior to the 2012 season, when
was the last season that the San Francisco 49ers were able to reach the Super Bowl?
The answer is the 1994 season, when
the Niners took home the fifth Super Bowl win in franchise history.
The San Francisco 49ers were
founded in 1946 and became a member of the National Football League in 1949. The Niners put together one of the most famous
dynasties in league history in the 1980s under the leadership of football guru Bill Walsh. The Niners were able to win Super
Bowl titles in 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989 and 1994. The team returned to the Super Bowl in 2012 but was unable to win the big
game that time around, falling to the Baltimore Ravens in a game that pitted two brothers against one another in head coaches
Jim and John Harbaugh. The 49ers have made the postseason on 25 occasions.
Football fans in general
are always passionate, but the fans of the San Francisco 49ers take it to another level. The Niners have some of the most
devoted and loyal followers in the National Football League, and that's something that is evident to anyone that attends at
game at Candlestick Park. Join these diehards in the stands when the Nines hit the field for a playoff game.