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  • REGULAR SEASON (4-5) Day Date Opponent Time (PT)

    Sunday September 13 @ Cardinals W, 20-16 Sunday September 20 Seahawks W, 23-10 Sunday September 27 @ Vikings L, 27-24 Sunday October 4 Rams W, 35-0 Sunday October 11 Falcons L, 45-10 Sunday October 18 BYE BYE Sunday October 25 @ Texans L, 24-21 Sunday November 1 @ Colts L, 18-14 Sunday November 8 Titans L, 34-27 Thursday November 12 Bears W, 10-6 Sunday November 22 @ Packers 10:00 a.m. Sunday November 29 Jaguars 1:05 p.m. Sunday December 6 @ Seahawks 1:15 p.m. Monday December 14 Cardinals 5:30 p.m. Sunday December 20 @ Eagles 10:00 a.m. Sunday December 27 Lions 1:05 p.m. Sunday January 3 @ Rams 10:00 a.m.

    49ERS 2009 SCHEDULE

    SAN FRANCISCO 49ers Game Release

    The 49ers travel to Green Bay for the first time since 2003 to face the Packers in what will be the 60th meeting between the two teams, dating back to 1950. The Packers maintain a 32-26-1 edge over the 49ers. The last time the two teams squared off was in 2006 at Candlestick Park when the Packers defeated the 49ers 30-19. The 49ers snapped a four-game losing streak last week with a 10-6 win over the Chicago Bears on Thursday night. In that game, San Francisco’s defense recorded 5 interceptions while holding Chicago to 2.0 rushing yards per carry. RB Frank Gore recorded 104 rushing yards and one touchdown, marking the second time in his career that he has posted a rushing touchdown in three consecutive games. The 49ers run defense enters this week’s game ranked 3rd in the NFL (87.7 ypg) and 1st in yards allowed per carry (3.3 ypc).


    Bob Lange - Director of Public Relations Ryan Moore - Asst. Director of Public Relations Mike Chasanoff - Public Relations Manager Lisa Goodwin - Sr. Publicity Manager


    Play-By-Play Thom Brennaman

    Color Analyst Brian Billick

    WESTWOOD ONE RADIO Play-By-Play Howard David Color Analyst Dan Reeves

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    KNBR 680 AM Play-By-Play Ted Robinson Color Analyst Gary Plummer

    Sideline Reporter Rod Brooks


    Broadcasters Mathias Godinez, Melvin Moran,

    Marcos Gutierrez


    GAME #10

    SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 2009




    The 49ers media extranet site is updated daily and contains all of the necessary information to cover the team. On the site, you’ll find a compi- lation of 49ers game releases, rosters, updated player bios, gamebooks, transcriptions, statistics and much more.

    To access the site, please visit


    The 49ers 2009 media guide is now available in PDF format on the team’s website and will be updated weekly throughout the season. All sections that are no longer included in the print version of the guide can now be found at the link below.

    49ERS 2009 MEDIA GUIDE

    TE VERNON DAVIS - Davis is having a career-year, leading the team with 45 catches for 493 yds. and 7 TDs. His 7 TD recepts. rank 1st among TE’s and tied for 3rd in the NFL among receivers. He ranks 3rd among NFC TE’s in both yds. and recepts.

    LB PATRICK WILLIS - Willis leads the 49ers with 98 tackles to go along with 2.5 sacks, 2 INTs (1 returned for TD), 2 FFs, 6 TFLs and 9 PDs. Ac- cording to league stats, Willis ranks 2nd in the NFL in tackles (88).

    RB FRANK GORE - Despite missing nearly 3 games due to an ankle injury, Gore has still managed to rush for 551 yds. and 6 TDs (tied for 4th in NFC), while also leading the NFC with 5.2 yds. per carry. Gore ranks 2nd on the team with 26 catches (211 yds. and 1 TD).

    P ANDY LEE - Lee ranks 2nd in the NFL with a 41.7 net punting avg. He also ranks 3rd in the NFL in gross punt avg. (47.6) and tied for 5th in the NFL with 19 punts downed inside the 20-yd. line.

    NT AUBRAYO FRANKLIN - Franklin leads the defensive line with 56 tackles and 6.5 TFLs. He recorded a crucial INT against Chi. (11/12) and has set a career-high with 2.0 sacks. Franklin has helped limit oppo- nents to 3.3 yds. per carry (1st in NFL) and the 3rd-fewest rushing yds. per game (87.7).

    RB MICHAEL ROBINSON - Robinson ranks 2nd on the team in special teams tackles (16) and has led the team in special teams tackles in three different games. He was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2008.


  • Packers Lead Series 32-26-1


    Year Win Score Location 1950 Packers 25-21 (GB) 49ers 30-14 (SF) 1951 49ers 31-19 (SF) 1952 49ers 24-14 (SF) 1953 49ers 37-7 (M) 49ers 48-14 (SF) 1954 49ers 23-17 (M) 49ers 35-0 (SF) 1955 Packers 27-21 (M) Packers 28-7 (SF) 1956 49ers 17-16 (GB) 49ers 38-20 (SF) 1957 49ers 24-14 (M) 1957 49ers 27-20 (SF) 1958 49ers 33-12 (M) 49ers 48-21 (SF) 1959 Packers 21-20 (GB) Packers 36-14 (SF) 1960 Packers 41-14 (M) Packers 13-0 (SF) 1961 Packers 30-10 (GB) 49ers 22-21 (SF) 1962 Packers 31-13 (M) 1962 Packers 31-21 (SF) 1963 Packers 28-10 (M) 1963 Packers 21-17 (SF) 1964 Packers 24-14 (M) 49ers 24-14 (SF) 1965 Packers 27-10 (GB) Tie 24-24 (SF) 1966 49ers 21-20 (SF) Packers 20-7 (M) 1967 Packers 13-0 (GB) 1968 49ers 27-20 (SF) 1969 Packers 14-7 (M) 1970 49ers 26-10 (SF) 1972 Packers 34-24 (M) 1973 49ers 20-6 (SF) 1974 49ers 7-6 (SF) 1976 49ers 26-14 (GB) 1977 Packers 16-14 (M) 1980 Packers 23-16 (M) 1981 49ers 13-3 (M) 1986 49ers 31-17 (M) 1987 49ers 23-12 (GB) 1989 Packers 21-17 (SF) 1990 49ers 24-20 (GB) 1995 Packers 27-17 (SF)+ 1996 Packers 23-20 (GB)# Packers 35-14 (GB)+ 1997 Packers 23-10 (SF)+ 1998 Packers 36-22 (GB) 49ers 30-27 (SF)+ 1999 Packers 20-3 (SF) 2000 Packers 31-28 (GB) 2001 Packers 25-15 (GB)+ 2002 Packers 20-14 (SF) 2003 Packers 20-10 (GB) 2006 Packers 30-19 (SF)

    +Postseason #Overtime (M) = Milwaukee (GB) = Green Bay

    Green Bay 30, San Francisco 19 At San Francisco, CA, December 10, 2006

    The Green Bay Packers capitalized on three 49ers turnovers and two ex- plosive TD passes by QB Brett Favre to beat the 49ers 30-19. Favre’s play- action fakes and pump fakes helped fool the 49ers secondary, leading to a 36-yard TD pass in the 1st quarter and then a 68-yard TD pass in the 3rd quarter. The turning point of the game came early in the 3rd quarter. The 49ers closed the Green Bay lead to 17-13 after taking the 2nd half kickoff and engineering an 11-play, 79-yard drive that resulted in a one-yard TD run by RB Frank Gore. After pinning Green Bay at its own three-yard line later in the 3rd quarter, the 49ers fielded a Packers punt and began a drive at midfield. Two plays later, QB Alex Smith rolled to his right and appeared to have TE Vernon Davis wide open with a clear shot at the end zone. Instead the pass was under thrown and intercepted by Green Bay FS Nick Collins. Two plays later, Favre used his trademark pump fake to complete a pass to WR Donald Driver that resulted in a 68-yard TD and a 24-13 Packers lead. Smith threw his second INT of the day in the 4th quarter when he was picked off by Green Bay LB A.J. Hawk in the end zone on a pass intended for Davis. Gore had a big day rushing with a franchise record 7th 100-yard game after accumulating 130 yards on 19 carries for a 6.8-yard average. Gore set up the 49ers first score when he broke free for a 72-yard gain to help set up a FG. Despite his success, a costly fumble by Gore at the San Francisco eight- yard line set up a Green Bay FG and a 10-3 Packers lead early in the 2nd quarter. Favre gave Green Bay a lead they would never relinquish in the 1st quarter when he executed a perfect play-action fake and then threw a 36- yard pass to WR Ruvell Martin for a TD and a 7-3 Packers advantage. Driver caught nine passes for 160 yards to shred a 49ers secondary that was miss- ing starting CB Shawntae Spencer (ankle) and reserve CB Donald Strickland, who was forced out of the game with a knee injury in the 1st quarter. Late in the game, Davis was able to turn a short pass into a 52-yard TD by breaking a few tackles and bulldozing his way into the end zone.

    TEAM STATISTICS GB SF First Downs 19 13 Net Yards Gained 420 340 Rushes/Yards 34/139 25/146 Passing Yards 281 194 Att/Comp/Int 34/22/0 29/12/2 Sacked/Yards Lost 1/12 1/7 Fumbles/Lost 1/0 1/1 Penalties/Yards 2/10 4/25 Time of Possession 33:31 26:29 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts PACKERS 7 10 7 6 - 30 49ERS 3 3 7 6 - 19

    49ers J. Nedney 24 FG (6-74, 2:22) Packers R. Martin 36 pass from B. Favre (D. Rayner kick) (4-63, 2:08) Packers D. Rayner 23 FG (4-3, 0:40) Packers A. Green run (D. Rayner kick) (13-80, 6:10) 49ers J. Nedney 36 FG (13-50, 5:44) 49ers F. Gore 1 run (J. Nedney kick) (11-79, 6:10) Packers D. Driver 68 pass from B. Favre (D. Rayner kick) (2-68, 0:17) Packers D. Rayner 44 FG (6-32, 2:48) Packers D. Rayner 21 FG (7-15, 3:42) 49ers V. Davis 52 pass from A. Smith (kick aborted) (1-52, 0:11)

    RUSHING: 49ERS – F. Gore 19-130-1 td, V. Davis 1-9, A.Smith 2-4, M. Hicks 3-3 ... PACKERS – A. Green 21-77-1 td, V. Morency 7-69, N. Herron 1-2, B. Favre 3-(-3), D. Driver 2-(-6).

    RECEIVING: 49ERS - V. Davis 3-74-1 td, F. Gore 3-38, D. Walker 2-30, A. Bryant 1-39, A. Battle 1-11, T. Jacobs 1-5, M. Robinson 1-4 ... PACKERS – D. Driver 9-160-1 td, G. Jennings 5-50, R. Martin 2-42-1 td, A. Green 1-13, D. Lee 1-11, B. Franks 1-11, C. Holiday 1-3, W. Henderson 1-2, V. Morency 1-1.