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REGULAR SEASON (5-6) 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 L, 30-24 Sunday November 29 Jaguars W, 20-3 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 Qwest Field in what will be the 22nd meeting be- tween the two teams, with the Seahawks holding an 11-10 advantage in the series. Earlier this year, RB Frank Gore rushed for 207 yards and two touchdowns against Seattle, helping the 49ers post a 23-10 victory. San Francisco enters the upcoming game following a 20-3 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Candlestick Park. In that game, the 49ers defense forced two turnovers, posted 6 sacks and held the Jag- uars offense without a touchdown on four red zone trips. QB Alex Smith connected on 27 of 41 passes for 232 yards and two touchdowns, which included a 3-yard toss to TE Vernon Davis for his 9th receiving touch- down on the year (tied for 1st in NFL) and a 4-yard touchdown reception by RB Frank Gore, marking his 5th consecutive game with a touchdown. Over the past seven games against Seattle, Gore has averaged 160.0 yards from scrimmage per contest (124.1 rushing, 35.9 receiving) and has recorded a total of four touchdowns. 49ERS VS. SEAHAWKS Bob Lange - Director of Public Relations Ryan Moore - Asst. Director of Public Relations Mike Chasanoff - Public Relations Manager Lisa Goodwin - Sr. Publicity Manager GAME #12 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2009 SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-6) vs. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (4-7) QWEST FIELD | 1:15 P.M. (PT) 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 http://media.49ers.com 49ERS MEDIA EXTRANET 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. www.49ers.com/team/media-guide.html 49ERS 2009 MEDIA GUIDE TE VERNON DAVIS - Davis is having a career-year, leading the team with 57 catches for 670 yds. and 9 TDs. His 9 TD recepts. rank 1st among TE’s and tied for 1st in the NFL among all pass catchers. He ranks 1st among NFC TE’s in yds. and tied for 2nd in recepts. “There should be no excuse for him not making the Pro Bowl this year because he is defi- nitely, in my eyes, far and beyond any tight end in the league,” - 49ers Head Coach Mike Singletary, 11/30/09. LB PATRICK WILLIS - Willis leads the 49ers with 120 tackles to go along with 3.0 sacks, 2 INTs (1 returned for TD), 2 FFs, 7 TFLs and 11 PDs. According to NFL stats, Willis ranks 2nd in the NFL in tackles (107). RB FRANK GORE - Despite missing nearly 3 games due to an ankle in- jury, Gore has still managed to rush for 643 yds. and 6 TDs, while ranking tied for 3rd in the NFL in scoring among running backs (54 points). Gore is 2nd on the team with 36 catches (234 yds. and 3 TDs). P ANDY LEE - Lee ranks 2nd in the NFL with a 41.6 net punting avg. and 48.1 gross punting avg. (48.1). He is tied for 4th in the NFC with 20 punts downed inside the 20-yd. line. NT AUBRAYO FRANKLIN - Franklin leads the D-Line with 65 tackles and 7.5 TFLs. He recorded a crucial INT against Chi. (11/12) and has a career-high 2 sacks. Franklin has helped limit opponents to 3.6 yds. per carry (3rd in NFL) and the 5th-fewest rushing yds. per game (94.8). PRO BOWL WATCH TELEVISION FOX Play-By-Play Chris Myers Color Analyst Ross Tucker Sideline Reporter Jaime Maggio SPORTS USA RADIO Play-By-Play Tom McCarthy Color Analyst Charles Arbuckle Sideline Reporter Tony Graziani 49ERS RADIO NETWORK The Bone 107.7 FM - KNBR 680 AM Play-By-Play Ted Robinson Color Analyst Gary Plummer Sideline Reporter Rod Brooks SPANISH RADIO KIQI 1010/KATD 990 AM Broadcasters Mathias Godinez, Melvin Moran, Marcos Gutierrez TELEVISIOn & RADIO COVERAGE

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  • REGULAR SEASON (5-6)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 L, 30-24 Sunday November 29 Jaguars W, 20-3 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 49ersGame Release

    The 49ers travel to Qwest Field in what will be the 22nd meeting be-tween the two teams, with the Seahawks holding an 11-10 advantage in the series. Earlier this year, RB Frank Gore rushed for 207 yards and two touchdowns against Seattle, helping the 49ers post a 23-10 victory. San Francisco enters the upcoming game following a 20-3 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at Candlestick Park. In that game, the 49ers defense forced two turnovers, posted 6 sacks and held the Jag-uars offense without a touchdown on four red zone trips. QB Alex Smith connected on 27 of 41 passes for 232 yards and two touchdowns, which included a 3-yard toss to TE Vernon Davis for his 9th receiving touch-down on the year (tied for 1st in NFL) and a 4-yard touchdown reception by RB Frank Gore, marking his 5th consecutive game with a touchdown. Over the past seven games against Seattle, Gore has averaged 160.0 yards from scrimmage per contest (124.1 rushing, 35.9 receiving) and has recorded a total of four touchdowns.

    49ERS VS. SEAHAWKS

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

    GAME #12

    SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2009

    SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (5-6)

    vs.

    SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (4-7)QWEST FIELD | 1:15 P.M. (PT)

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

    To access the site, please visit http://media.49ers.com

    49ERS MEDIA EXTRANET

    The 49ers 2009 media guide is now available in PDF format on the teams 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.

    www.49ers.com/team/media-guide.html

    49ERS 2009 MEDIA GUIDE

    TE VERNON DAVIS - Davis is having a career-year, leading the team with 57 catches for 670 yds. and 9 TDs. His 9 TD recepts. rank 1st among TEs and tied for 1st in the NFL among all pass catchers. He ranks 1st among NFC TEs in yds. and tied for 2nd in recepts. There should be no excuse for him not making the Pro Bowl this year because he is defi-nitely, in my eyes, far and beyond any tight end in the league, - 49ers Head Coach Mike Singletary, 11/30/09.

    LB PATRICK WILLIS - Willis leads the 49ers with 120 tackles to go along with 3.0 sacks, 2 INTs (1 returned for TD), 2 FFs, 7 TFLs and 11 PDs. According to NFL stats, Willis ranks 2nd in the NFL in tackles (107).

    RB FRANK GORE - Despite missing nearly 3 games due to an ankle in-jury, Gore has still managed to rush for 643 yds. and 6 TDs, while ranking tied for 3rd in the NFL in scoring among running backs (54 points). Gore is 2nd on the team with 36 catches (234 yds. and 3 TDs).

    P ANDY LEE - Lee ranks 2nd in the NFL with a 41.6 net punting avg. and 48.1 gross punting avg. (48.1). He is tied for 4th in the NFC with 20 punts downed inside the 20-yd. line.

    NT AUBRAYO FRANKLIN - Franklin leads the D-Line with 65 tackles and 7.5 TFLs. He recorded a crucial INT against Chi. (11/12) and has a career-high 2 sacks. Franklin has helped limit opponents to 3.6 yds. per carry (3rd in NFL) and the 5th-fewest rushing yds. per game (94.8).

    PRO BOWL WATCH

    TELEVISIONFOX

    Play-By-PlayChris Myers

    Color AnalystRoss Tucker

    Sideline ReporterJaime Maggio

    SPORTS USA RADIOPlay-By-PlayTom McCarthyColor Analyst

    Charles ArbuckleSideline Reporter

    Tony Graziani

    49ERS RADIO NETWORKThe Bone 107.7 FM - KNBR 680 AM

    Play-By-PlayTed RobinsonColor AnalystGary Plummer

    Sideline ReporterRod Brooks

    SPANISH RADIOKIQI 1010/KATD 990 AM

    Broadcasters Mathias Godinez, Melvin Moran,

    Marcos Gutierrez

    TELEVISIOn & RADIO COVERAGE

  • 49ERS (rank) SEAHAWKS (rank) 5-6 (2nd NFCW) Record 4-7 (3rd NFCW) 20.7 (19th) Points Per Game 20.3 (20th) 279.0 (28th) Total Offense 319.5 (21st) 94.7 (26th) Rushing Offense 92.2 (28th) 184.3 (23rd) Passing Offense 227.4 (15th) 28:55 (21st) Possession Average 27:12 (29th) 19.4 (11th) Points Allowed Per Game 22.7 (20th) 351.4. (22nd) Total Defense 348.8 (20th) 94.8 (5th) Rushing Defense 110.7 (18th) 256.5 (28th) Passing Defense 238.1 (25th) 25 (15th) Sacks 26 (t-10th) 48.1 (2nd) Punting Avg. (Gross) 47.2 (4th) +2 (t-10th) Turnover Differential -3 (t-18th)

    49ERS SEAHAWKS PASSING YARDS Alex Smith .............. 1,267 Matt Hasselbeck .... 1,955

    RUSHING YARDSFrank Gore ................. 643 Julius Jones ............. 392

    RECEIVING YARDSVernon Davis ............. 670 T. Houshmandzadeh . 632

    INTERCEPTIONSWillis/Goldson ................ 2 David Hawthorne .......... 3

    SACKSManny Lawson ........... 4.5 Patrick Kerney ........... 5.0

    HOW THEY STACK UP - 2009

    Seahawks Lead Series 11-10

    SERIES HISTORY

    Year Winning Team Score Location 1976 49ers 37-21 (S) 1979 Seahawks 35-24 (SF) 1985 49ers 19-6 (SF) 1988 49ers 38-7 (S) 1991 49ers 24-22 (S) 1997 Seahawks 38-9 (S) 2002 49ers 28-21 (S) 49ers 31-24 (SF) 2003 Seahawks 20-19 (S) Seahawks 24-17 (SF) 2004 Seahawks 34-0 (S) Seahawks 42-27 (SF) 2005 Seahawks 27-25 (SF) Seahawks 41-3 (S) 2006 49ers 20-14 (SF) 49ers 24-14 (S) 2007 Seahawks 23-3 (SF) Seahawks 24-0 (S) 2008 49ers 33-30 (OT) (S) Seahawks 34-13 (SF) 2009 49ers 23-10 (SF)

    Matchups: 21Series Record: Seahawks lead series 11-1049ers Away Record vs. Seahawks: 49ers lead series 6-5First Meeting: 9/26/76, 49ers win, 37-21, at SeattleLast Meeting: 9/20/09, 49ers win, 23-10, at San FranciscoCurrent Streak: Won 1Longest 49ers Win Streak: 3 (11/25/85-12/8/91)Longest Seahawks Win Streak: 6 (10/12/03 - 12/11/05)Most 49ers Points: 38 (9/25/88), 38-7, at SeattleMost Seahawks Points: 42 (11/7/04), 42-27 at San Francisco49ers Shutouts: NoneSeahawks Shutouts: Two Times: Last (11/12/07), 24-0 at Seattle

    Series HIGHLIGHTS

    FORMER 49ERSHead Coach Jim Mora, a native of Los Angeles, CA, coached for the 49ers from 1997-03, coaching the secondary from 1997-98 and serv-ing as defensive coordinator from 1999-03 ... Offensive coordinator Greg Knapp served as the 49ers quality control/offense (1995-97), QBs coach (1998-00) and offensive coordinator from 2001-03 ... Special teams coach Bruce Dehaven served in the same capacity for the 49ers from 2000-02 ... Offensive assistant/assistant special teams coach Chris Beake coached for the 49ers in the same position on defense in 1999, as a defensive assistant from 2000-02 and as an offensive as-sistant in 2003 ... Offensive line coach Mike Solari was the tight ends/assistant OL coach for the 49ers from 1992-1996 ... Seahawks defen-sive coordinator John Marshall coached for the 49ers from 1989-98, coaching the defensive line from 1989-93, the linebackers from 1994-96, and was the defensive coordinator from 1997-98.

    COACHING CONNECTIONS 49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye coached alongside Se-

    ahawks offensive line coach Mike Solari with the Kansas City Chiefs from 19982005. Both served in the same capacity for the Chiefs.

    49ers quarterbacks coach Mike Johnson coached for the Atlanta Falcons with Seahawks head coach Jim Mora and offensive coor-dinator Greg Knapp from 2004-05.

    49ers tight ends coach Pete Hoener coached with Seahawks strength and conditioning coach Mike Clark at Texas A&M.

    49ers WR coach Jerry Sullivan and TE coach Pete Hoener coached alongside Seahawks secondary coach Larry Marmie with the Ari-zona Cardinals, in 2003. Hoener coached OL, Sullivan coached WRs, and Marmie was the defensive coordinator.

    49ERS WASHINGTON CONNECTIONS - WR Jason Hill attended Wash-ington State ... DB Dashon Goldson attended the Univ. of Washington.

    SEAHAWKS NOR CAL CONNECTIONS - RB Justin Forsett played at UC-Berkeley.

    TERP WARS - 49ers TE Vernon Davis was a teammate of Seahawks CB Josh Wilson at Maryland.

    HOTTY TOTTY! - 49ers LB Patrick Willis played at Mississippi with Seahawks C Chris Spencer.

    U KNOW ME - 49ers RB Frank Gore played at Miami with Seahawks CB Kelly Jennings.

    GOLDEN DOMERS - 49ers WR Arnaz Battle was a teammate of Se-ahawks TE John Owens at the Univ. of Notre Dame (1998 2001).

    ITS A SMALL WORLD

  • Mike Singletary is in his first full season as the head coach of the 49ers. A two-time Defensive Player of the Year (1985 &1988), Singletary played 12 seasons (1981-92) for the Chicago Bears and earned countless hon-ors, including 10 consecutive Pro Bowl nods and eight first-team All-Pro selections. After retiring in 1993, he decided to take time away from the game to raise a family. In 2003, Singletary broke into the coaching ranks as the inside linebackers coach for the Baltimore Ravens. He then moved on to the 49ers in 2005, where he served as the assistant head coach and linebackers coach. A year later, he was elevated to assistant head coach/defense, a title which he held until taking over as the 49ers head coach midway through the 2008 season. He went on to compile a 5-4 record that year, which included victories in five of the final seven contests of the season.

    Jim Mora is in his 1st season as head coach of the Seahawks. He served as assistant head coach/secondary for the past two years. Prior to his time with Seattle, Mora was head coach of the Atlanta Falcons from 2004-06. In his first year, he led the Falcons to their second ever NFC Championship appearance after going 11-5 during the regular season. Before the Falcons, Mora served as defensive coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers from 1999-2003. In four of his last five seasons with the team, the 49ers had at least one player on defense that was named to the Pro Bowl.

    THE HEAD COACHES

    Mike Singletary JIM MORA 10-10 Regular Season Record as Head Coach 30-29 10-10 Record as Head Coach w/ Current Team 4-7 2nd Years as Head Coach with Team 1st 2nd Years as Head Coach in NFL 4th 7th Years as an NFL Coach 25th

    49ers head coach Mike Singletary is one of nine current head coach-es who has playing experience in the NFL. Singletary was selected by the Chicago Bears in the second round of the 1981 NFL Draft with the 38th overall pick. In the seventh game of his rookie season, he earned a starting role and found his niche as the cornerstone of the Bears 46 defense. A two-time Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year award winner (1985 & 1988), Singletary was named to the NFL Team of the 80s after being selected to play in a team-record 10 consecutive Pro Bowls. The former Bears defensive captain was also named first-team All-Pro eight times (1983-89; 1991), second-team All-Pro twice and All-NFC nine times. Singletary finished each of his final 11 seasons on Chicagos defense ranked either first or second in tackles, and at the end of his career, had amassed 1,488 tackles, 885 solo tackles, 51 passes defensed, 12 fumble recoveries and seven interceptions. He also started a defensive team record 172 games for the Bears, trailing only running back Walter Paytons 184 career starts for the all-time lead.

    HEAD COACHES WITH NFL PLAYING EXPERIENCE Coach Reg. Season Record Years Played in NFL

    Mike Singletary (S.F.) 10-10 (.500) 12 Jack Del Rio (Jac.) 56-51 (.523) 11

    Jim Zorn (Was.) 11-16 (.407) 11

    Ken Whisenhunt (Arz.) 23-20 (.535) 9 Gary Kubiak (Hou.) 27-32 (.458) 9

    Jeff Fisher (Ten.) 132-109 (.548) 5

    Tom Cable (Oak.) 7-16 (.304) 1

    Sean Payton (N.O.) 35-23 (.603) 1

    FIRST HAND EXPERIENCE

    RB FRANK GORE In his last 7 career games against Seattle, Gore has totaled 1,120

    yds. from scrimmage (869 rush., 251 rec.), which is the highest total of any player since 2006 against Sea. He rushed for a career-high 212-yds. vs. Sea. in 2006 (11/19), and in Week 2 of this year, rushed for 207 yds. (2nd highest total of career).

    PLAYER HIGHLIGHTS VS. SEAHAWKS

    YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE PER GAME VS. SEAHAWKS(2006-PRESENT)

    Player GP RUSH REC YPG TD 1. Frank Gore, SF 7 869 251 160.0 4 2. Steven Jackson, STL 7 552 220 110.2 5 3. Larry Fitzgerald, ARZ 8 0 751 93.9 6 4. Edgerrin James 6 454 111 90.8 2

    *Minimum 3 Games Played

    LB PATRICK WILLIS Recorded his first career INT and first NFL TD the last time he faced

    Seattle on the road at Qwest Field (9/14/08), returning the pick 86 yards for a TD to mark the longest INT return by a 49ers linebacker.

    PLAYER NFL RK NFC RK

    TE VERNON DAVISReceiving TDs (9) Among All Players 1t 1tLeading Scorers, non-kickers (54) 7t 4tReceiving Yards (670) Among TEs 3 1Receptions (57) Among TEs 5 3Receptions (19) in 4th Qtr. Among All Players 5t 3tTouchdowns (4) in 4th Qtr. Among All Players 1 1

    RB FRANK GORERushing Yards (643) 17 7Rushing Avg. (5.0) 6t 3Leading Scorers, non-kickers (54) 7t 3tMost Rushing Yards, Single Game (207) 3 1

    P ANDY LEEPunting Average (48.1) 2 1Net Punting Average (41.6) 2 1Punts Inside 20 (20) 7t 3t

    LB PATRICK WILLISTackles (107) 2 2Forced Fumbles (2) 22t 14t

    Defensive stats are those provided by the NFL, not from coaches film review.

    INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS

    GORES GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS VS. SEAHAWKS(2006-PRESENT)

    DATE RSH YDS AVG TD REC YDS TD TTL YDS 11/19/06, vs. Sea 24 212 8.8 0 4 26 0 238 12/14/06, at Sea 29 144 5.0 0 3 34 1 178 9/30/07, vs. Sea 16 79 4.9 0 3 42 0 121 11/12/07, at Sea 13 72 5.5 0 2 7 0 79 9/14/08, at Sea 19 61 3.2 1 5 38 0 99 10/26/08, vs. Sea 18 94 5.2 0 7 65 0 159 9/20/09, vs. Sea 16 207 12.9 2 5 39 0 246

  • TE VERNON DAVIS Needs 1 TD to set a franchise

    record for the most TDs in a sin-gle season by a 49ers TE. Davis is currently tied with Brent Jones (9, 1994) and Ted Kwalick (9, 1972). The most receiving TDs by an NFL TE in a single season is 13, set by Chargers Antonio Gates in 2004.

    Needs 155 receiving yds. to pass Eric Johnson (825 - 2004) for the most receiving yds. by a 49ers TE in a single season.

    Needs 1 TD to record his 3rd game in a row with a score, which would mark his longest scoring streak.

    RB FRANK GORE Needs 3 more 100-yard games

    to tie RB Joe Perry (20) for the most in 49ers history. Currently ranks 2nd on the list with 17.

    A TD would mark the 6th con-secutive game Gore has found his way into the end zone. The current streak of 5 games with a TD is the longest streak of his career. The last 49ers player to have scored in 6 straight games was Terrell Owens (9/17/00 - 10/29/00).

    Ranks 9th in team history with 6,743 yds. from scrimmage in his career. Needs 168 yds. to pass WR Dwight Clark (6,800) for 8th on the all-time list and 212 yds. to surpass RB Hugh McElhenny (6,954) for 7th.

    Needs 1 more TD to set a career-high for total TDs in a season (9 TDs in 2006). He currently has 9 TDs (6 rush/3 receiving).

    K JOE NEDNEY With 1,045 career points, Ned-

    ney currently ranks 39th all-time in scoring and needs 8 points to move past RB Emmitt Thomas (1,052) into 38th place on the NFLs all-time scoring list.

    S MARK ROMAN Will extend his streak to 108

    consecutive games played. He ranks 2nd in the NFL among safeties with 107 consecutive games played.

    DT JUSTIN SMITH Will extend his streak to 135

    consecutive starts. He leads all defensive linemen with 134 consecutive starts.

    WHAT TO LOOK FORSan Francisco 23, Seattle 10

    At San Francisco CA, September 20, 2009 The San Francisco 49ers took a step forward in the NFC West race as they defeated the Seattle Seahawks in their home opener, 23-10, becoming the only team in the division to start 2009 with a 2-0 record. The 49ers ground attack exploded on the Seahawks defense, registering 256 yards rushing, of which 207 came on the back of RB Frank Gore as he posted the 2nd-highest outing of his career. For the 2nd-straight week the Niners defense shut down their opponent, limiting them to just 283 yards of total offense and a 29% conversion rate on 3rd downs. Following a 3-n-out start by the Seahawks, the 49ers embarked on a 55-yd. drive to start the game that culminated in a 37-yd. Joe Nedney FG, for the games first points. The 49ers defenders quickly retrieved the ball from Seattle, forcing a punt that set the Niners up at their own 21 yard line. The very next play Gore blasted through the offensive line and dashed 79 yds. for a score, extending the lead to 10-0. Seattle posted its first points of the game early in the 2nd qtr. as QB Matt Hasselbeck directed the team to the SF18, where K Olindo Mare booted a 36-yd. FG. After trading possessions, the 49ers were provided tremendous field position by a Seattle punt that was downed at the SEA43. San Francisco was unable to register a first down and settled for another Nedney FG, this time from 42 yds. With less than 3 minutes remaining, Hasselbeck impres-sively directed the Seahawks to the SF1, where he was knocked out of the game by a LB Patrick Willis tackle as he attempted to dive into the endzone for a score. On the next play, backup QB Seneca Wallace connected with RB Julius Jones for a 1-yd. TD pass, sending the game into the half with San Francisco leading 13-10. Although the Seahawks went into the locker room with the momentum, Gore quickly stole it back on the first play from scrim-mage of the 2nd half as he galloped 80 yds. through a massive hole created by his O-line. The two teams went scoreless for the remainder of the 3rd, before Nedney connected from 39 yds. out on the 49ers first possession of the 4th quarter to cap a 16-play, 67-yd. drive for the final points of the day.

    TEAM STATISTICS SEA SF First Downs 19 16 Net Yards Gained 283 379 Rushes/Yards 23/66 29/256 Net Yards Passing 217 123 Att/Comp/INT 41/25/1 27/19/0 Sacked/Yards Lost 1/7 4/21 Punts/Average 7/52.1 6/46.8 Fumbles/Lost 2/0 2/0 Penalties/Yards 6/45 6/54 Time of Possession 25:29 34:31 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Pts Seattle 0 10 0 0 10 San Francisco 10 3 7 3 23SF - J. Nedney, 37 FG (13-55, 8:07)SF - F. Gore, 79 run (J. Nedney) (1-79, 0:12)Sea - O. Mare, 36 FG (10-52, 4:45)SF - J. Nedney, 42 FG (5-18, 2:09)Sea - J. Jones, 1 pass from S. Wallace (O. Mare) (11-70, 2:35)SF - F. Gore, 80 run (J. Nedney) (1-80, 0:11)SF - J. Nedney, 39 FG (16-67, 9:27)

    RUSHING: 49ERS - F. Gore 16-207-2 TDs, S. Hill 1-17, M. Norris 2-16, G. Coffee 9-13, M. Spurlock 1-3 ... SEAHAWKS - J. Forsett 5-35, M. Has-selbeck 3-12, J. Jones 8-11, E. James 2-6, S. Wallace 4-1, J. Griffith 1-1.

    RECEIVING: 49ERS - F. Gore 5-39, I. Bruce 4-35, M. Norris 3-17, V. Davis 2-32, G. Coffee 2-16, M. Robinson 2-4, A. Battle 1-1 ... SEAHAWKS - J. Forsett 6-57, J. Carlson 6-46, T. Houshmandzadeh 4-62, N. Burleson 4-46, J. Jones 3-(-2), D. Butler 1-15, J. Griffith 1-0.

    PASSING: 49ERS - S. Hill 26-19-144-0-0, M. Spurlock 1-0-0-0-0 ... SEAHAWKS - S. Wallace 23-25-127-1-1, M. Hasselbeck 18-10-97-0-0.

    INTs: 49ERS - D. Goldson 1-0 ... SEAHAWKS - None.

    SACKS: 49ERS - R. McDonald - 1.0 ... SEAHAWKS - L. Jackson - 2.0, P. Kerney - 1.0, C. Terrill - 1.0.

    THE LAST TIMERECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS

    SINGLE SEASON BY TE, 49ERS PLAYER TD 1t. Vernon Davis, 2009 9 Brent Jones, 1994 9 Ted Kwalick, 1972 9 4. Ted Popson, 1996 6

    RECEIVING YARDSSINGLE SEASON BY TE, 49ERS

    PLAYER YDS 1. Eric Johnson, 2004 825 2. Ted Kwalick, 1972 751 3. Brent Jones, 1990 747 4. Brent Jones, 1993 735 5. Ted Kwalick, 1973 729 6t. Vernon Davis, 2009 670 Brent Jones, 1994 670

    100-YD RUSHING GAMES, 49ERS PLAYER GM 1. Joe Perry 20 2. Frank Gore 17 3. Garrison Hearst 16

    YDS FROM SCRIMMAGE, 49ERS PLAYER YDS 6. Garrison Hearst 7,139 7. Hugh McElhenny 6,954 8. Dwight Clark 6,800 9. Frank Gore 6,743

    ALL-TIME SCORERS, NFL PLAYER PTS 35. Garo Yepremian 1,074 36. Mike Vanderjagt 1,067 37. Kris Brown 1,066 38. Emmitt Smith 1,052 39. Joe Nedney 1,045

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES PLAYED BY SAFETIES, NFL

    PLAYER GM 1. Deon Grant, SEA 139 2. Mark Roman, SF 108 3. Donnie Nickey, TEN 90

    CONSECUTIVE GAMES STARTED BY DEFENSIVE LINEMAN, NFL

    PLAYER GM 1. Justin Smith, SF 134 2. Darnell Dockett, SEA 76 3. Kevin Williams, MIN 62

  • MUSIC TO MY EARS Jimmy Raye has a history of getting the most out of his running backs and tight ends, which is music to the ears of both RB Frank Gore and TE Vernon Davis. From 1983-84, Raye orchestrated a Los Angeles Rams offense that featured RB Eric Dickerson, who rushed for 2,105 yards in 1984 and 1,808 yards in 1983. Several years later, Raye guided TE Tony Gonzalez to the 2nd highest receiving total of his career (1,203 in 2000), while serving as the Chiefs offensive coordinator from 1998-2000. Hav-ing knowledge of Rayes past, Davis is looking forward to an increased role in the passing game in 2009. Since Ive been here, I havent really had the opportunity to showcase what I could do, but now that Jimmy Raye has come in, hes given me a lot more opportunity to make plays, said Davis. Davis 9 TD receptions currently rank tied for 1st among NFL receiv-ers, while his 670 receiving yards rank 3rd in the NFL and 1st in the NFC among tigt ends. I think with his speed and athleticism, his ability to in-line block and the fact that he can block a defensive end in the league, which is unusual for a tight end, and having the combination of the ability to go downfield and matchup and catch the ball, I see him being a very good fit. Raye said.

    San Franciscos offense has been highly productive when getting into opponents territory. When entering inside opponents 30-yard line, the 49ers offense has scored a TD in more than half those visits (52.6%) and rank 1st in the NFL in overall scoring efficiency (86.8%).

    INSIDE 30-YARD LINE SCORING EFFICIENCY, NFL (2009) TEAM DRIVES TD FG SCOR EFFIC. 1. San Francisco 38 20 13 86.8 2t. Miami 42 23 13 85.7 San Diego 56 27 21 85.7 4. Kansas City 34 15 14 85.3 5. Indianapolis 50 30 12 84.0

    INSIDE 30-YARD LINE TOUCHDOWN EFFICIENCY, NFL (2009) TEAM DRIVES RSH TD PASS TD TDs TD EFFIC. 1. Indianapolis 50 10 20 30 60.0 2. New Orleans 65 17 21 38 58.5 3. Arizona 52 10 20 30 57.7 4. Atlanta 47 12 13 26 55.3 5. Minnesota 58 12 20 32 55.2 6. Miami 42 15 8 23 54.8 7. San Francisco 38 4 15 20 52.6 8. Houston 48 7 18 25 52.1

    PRODUCTIVE PLAY INSIDE THE 30

    One of the key messages head coach Mike Singletary has contin-ually stressed throughout training camp and into the season has been ball security. Despite giving up four turnovers against the Titans (11/8), the 15 turnovers so far this year are the fewest by the 49ers in the first 11 games of a season, dating back 2004. The 15 giveaways also rank tied for the 6th fewest in the NFL this season.

    BALL SECURITY

    TURNOVERS IN FIRST 11 GAMES OF SEASON,

    49ERS (SINCE 2004) YEAR TO 1. 2009 15 2. 2007 21 3. 2006 23 4t. 2008 27 2005 27 6. 2004 28

    San Franciscos offense has experienced success when entering the red zone, scoring 15 TDs in 24 red zone drives to rank tied for 5th in the NFL with a 62.5 TD efficiency. In addition, the 49ers offensive unit has done well when faced with goal to go situations, scoring a touchdown on 81.8 percent of their op-portunities, to rank 6th in the NFL.

    RED ZONE TOUCHDOWN SCORING, NFL (2009) TEAM Drives TD TD EFFIC. 1. Arizona 38 27 71.1 2. Tampa Bay 20 14 70.0 3. New Orleans 53 34 64.2 4. Miami 36 23 63.9 5t. San Francisco 24 15 62.5 Tennessee 24 15 62.5

    GOAL TO GO SCORING, NFL (2009) TEAM Drives TD TD EFFIC. 1. Atlanta 21 19 90.5 2. Tennessee 8 7 87.5 3. Oakland 7 6 85.7 4. Cincinnati 20 17 85.0 5. Baltimore 13 11 84.6 6. San Francisco 11 9 81.8

    DRIVING IT HOMETEAM UNDER SIGNLETARY IN 2009Scoring on opening drive 4-2 2-2Scoring first 11-2 5-2Leading at half 8-4 5-3Leading after three quarters 6-2 4-1Winning time of possession 6-3 5-1Out-rushing opponent 6-3 3-1 Out-passing opponent 3-3 1-1Out-gaining opponent 4-3 2-1

    OFFENSE40% + 3rd down conversions 6-3 2-050% + 3rd down conversions 3-0 1-0Not throwing an INT 6-1 4-0Passing for 300+yards 0-2 0-0Having a 100+ yard rusher 3-0 2-0Having a 100+ yard receiver 0-3 0-2Scoring 20+ points 7-6 4-4Scoring 30+ points 2-0 1-0Rushing for 150+ yards 1-0 1-0Having 20+ first downs 1-3 0-1Not allowing a sack 1-1 1-0Allowing two or fewer sacks 5-3 2-2

    DEFENSEOpponents less than 40% on 3rd down 8-3 4-1Opponents less than 30% on 3rd down 4-1 3-0Scoring a defensive TD 1-0 1-0Returning an INT for a TD 1-0 1-0Returning a fumble for a TD 1-0 1-0Recording 3+ sacks 7-1 3-1Recording 5+ sacks 2-0 2-0Winning the turnover battle 6-0 5-0Allowing 17 or fewer points 9-1 5-0Allowing a 100-yard rusher 2-2 0-2Allowing a 100-yard receiver 2-7 1-4Not allowing a rushing TD 8-5 5-2Not allowing a passing TD 5-1 3-1

    49ERS RECORD WHEN...

  • The 49ers defense ranks among the best in points allowed in the 2nd half, giving up 80 points or 7.3 points per game to rank 3rd in the NFL.

    2ND HALF POINTS ALLOWED, NFL (2009) TEAM 2nd Half Points Allowed 2nd Half PPG 1. Washington 69 6.3 2. Indianapolis 74 6.7 3. San Francisco 80 7.3 4. New Orleans 85 7.7 5. Oakland 86 7.8

    sTINGY in the second half

    San Franciscos defense has made it difficult on opposing quarter-backs when entering inside the 49ers 30-yard line, allowing a passer rating of just 65.7, to rank 2nd in the NFL. Opposing quarterbacks have only connected on 5 touchdowns inside the 49ers 30-yard line, which is tied for the fewest in the NFL, while only completing 47.7 percent of passes (3rd lowest in NFL).

    OPP. PASSER RATING INSIDE 49ERS 30-YARD LINE, NFL (2009) TEAM ATT CMP PCT YDS TD INT RTG 1. New Orleans 71 33 46.5 291 6 6 50.9 2. San Francisco 65 31 47.7 273 5 3 65.7 3. Miami 82 37 45.1 349 8 3 74.7 4. Pittsburgh 67 34 50.7 252 11 3 81.0 5. Indianapolis 82 44 53.7 354 8 3 82.1 NFL AVG. 72 40 56.1 341 12 2 97.8

    NOT SO EASY The 49ers defense has faced 34 drives by opponents into their red zone, but have only allowed 13 scores to rank tied for 6th in red zone touchdown efficiency.

    OPPONENT RED ZONE TOUCHDOWN SCORING, NFL (2009) TEAM Drives TD TD Effic. 1. Washington 25 8 32.0 2. Minnesota 27 10 37.0 3. San Francisco 34 13 38.2 4. Pittsburgh 27 11 40.7 5. Cincinnati 26 11 42.3 NFL AVG. 33 17 52.5

    ResiliENT IN THE RED ZONE

    The 49ers defense has done well on first downs, forcing opponents to have an average of 8.62 yards-to-go on 2nd down to rank 3rd in the NFL. The result has been positive as the unit leads the league in the percentage (21.6) of first downs by opponents on second down.

    OPPONENT 2ND DOWN CONVERSIONS RATE, NFL (2009) TEAM PLYS FDS CONV. PCT 1. San Francisco 236 51 21.6 2. Phildadelphia 230 53 23.0 3. Pittsburgh 214 50 23.4 4. Green Bay 206 49 23.8 5. New York Jets 230 60 26.1 NFL Average 227 67 29.6

    OPPONENT AVERAGE YARDS TO GO ON 2ND DOWN, NFL (2009) TEAM PLYS AVG YTG 1. Green Bay 212 8.67 2. Minnesota 217 8.64 3. San Francisco 247 8.62 4. Philadelphia 239 8.39 5. Arizona 240 8.36 NFL Average 234 8.00

    PCT. OF OPP. RUSHES OF 4+ YARDS ON 1ST DOWN, NFL (2009) TEAM RSH 4+ YD RSH PCT OF 4+ RSH 1. San Francisco 148 51 34.5 2. Pittsburgh 123 44 35.8 3. Green Bay 142 51 35.9 4. New York Jets 161 60 37.3 5. Seattle 163 61 37.4 NFL Average 159 69 43.4

    FIERCE ON FIRST DOWN

    In every game this season, the 49ers defense has come out of the locker room determined to stop their opponent. The unit ranks first in total points allowed (6) on opponents first offensive possessions in the 1st half and 2nd half combined.

    POINTS ALLOWED ON OPPONENTS FIRST OFFENSIVE POSSESSIONS,1ST AND 2ND HALF, (2009)

    TEAM 1st Half 2nd Half Total PA 1. San Francisco 3 3 6 2. Minnesota 6 9 15 3. Cincinnati 6 17 23 4t. San Diego 7 20 27 Buffalo 10 17 27 New York Jets 20 7 27

    STRONG OUT OF THE GATES

    The 49ers defense has faced 34 red zone drives by their opponents, but have allowed a limited amount of points. While the unit has allowed several field goals instead of touchdowns, it has also created turnovers. Against Jacksonville, the 49ers recorded two fumble recoveries in the second half when the Jaguars entered the red zone. The unit now is ranked tied for 2nd in the NFLfor red zone takeaways with five on the season.

    RED ZONE TAKEAWAYS, NFL (2009), TEAM DRIVES INT FR TA 1. Indianapolis 32 3 3 6 2t. San Francisco 34 3 2 5 New Orleans 33 5 0 5 St. Louis 38 3 2 5 5t. Atlanta 35 2 2 4 Minnesota 27 1 3 4

    PREVENTING POINTS

  • OPPONENT RUSHING YARDS PER GAME, NFL (2009) TEAM RUSHING YPG 1. Pittsburgh 74.9 2. Minnesota 81.6 3. Cincinnati 81.9 4. Green Bay 89.1 5. San Francisco 94.8 6. Baltimore 97.6 7. Tennessee 101.5

    OPPONENT YARDS PER CARRY, NFL (2009) TEAM ATT YDS AVG TD 1. Baltimore 303 1,074 3.54 7 2. Pittsburgh 232 824 3.55 3 3. San Francisco 289 1,043 3.61 9 4. Green Bay 271 980 3.62 3 5. Cincinnati 237 901 3.80 5

    PERCENTAGE OF OPPONENT RUSHES OF 4+ YARDS, NFL (2009) TEAM Rushes 4+Yards Pct. 1. San Francisco 289 99 34.3 2. Baltimore 303 110 36.3 3. New York Giants 281 104 37.0 4. Philadelphia 292 109 37.3 5. Pittsburgh 232 87 37.5

    OPPONENT 10+ YARD CARRIES, NFL (2009) TEAM 10+ Carries 1. Pittsburgh 19 2. Cincinnati 23 3. Tennessee 25 4. San Francisco 26 5t. Three Teams 27

    NOWHERE TO RUN The 49ers defense has been extremely stingy against the run since defensive coordinator Greg Manuskys arrival in 2007, and has proven to be even more physical up front with head coach Mike Singletary at the helm.

    OPPONENT 10+ YARD CARRIESUNDER HEAD COACH MIKE SINGLETARY, NFL (Since 10/26/08)

    TEAM 10+ Carries 1. Pittsburgh 40 2. Cincinnati 42 3. San Francisco 45 4. Minnesota 46 5. Tennessee 47

    OPPONENT RUSHING YARDS PER GAME UNDER HEAD COACH MIKE SINGLETARY, NFL (Since 10/26/08)

    TEAM GP ATT YDS YPG 1. Pittsburgh 21 480 1,690 80.5 2. Minnesota 20 431 1,633 81.7 3. Cincinnati 20 483 1,756 87.8 4. Baltimore 21 527 1,973 94.0 5. San Francisco 20 520 1,895 94.8

    OPPONENT AVERAGE YARDS PER CARRY UNDER HEAD COACH MIKE SINGLETARY, NFL (Since 10/26/08)

    TEAM GP ATT YDS YPG 1. Pittsburgh 21 480 1,690 3.52 2. Cincinnati 20 483 1,756 3.64 3. San Francisco 20 520 1,895 3.64 4. Philadelphia 21 558 2,052 3.68 5. Baltimore 21 527 1,973 3.74

    Ranks 3rd in the NFC and 5th in the NFL with 94.8 rushing yards al-lowed per game in 2009.

    Ranks 1st in the NFC and 2nd in the NFL with an opponent average of 3.61 yards per carry in 2009.

    Ranks 1st in the NFL for carries that have gone for 4+ yards (34.3 pct.) in 2009.

    Ranks 1st in the NFC and 4th in the NFL with 26 carries of 10+ yards allowed in 2009.

    Ranks tied for 1st in the NFC and 3rd in the NFL with 45 carries of 10+ yards allowed under head coach Mike Singletary.

    Ranks 2nd in the NFC and 5th in the NFL for fewest rushing yards allowed per game (94.8) under head coach Mike Singletary.

    Ranks 1st in the NFC and 3rd in the NFL for yards allowed per carry (3.64) under head coach Mike Singletary.

    The 49ers have scored four non-offensive touchdowns in 2009, which is tied for the 3rd-most of any NFL team. The franchise record for return/defensive touchdowns in a season is nine (1995).

    49ERS RETURNS/DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS (2009) 9/27/09 at Minnesota - Clements 59 yd. return of blocked field goal 10/4/09 vs. St. Louis - McKillop fumble recovery in end zone 10/4/09 vs. St. Louis - Willis 23 yd. interception return 10/4/09 vs. St. Louis - McDonald 11 yd. fumble return

    RETURN/DEFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS (2009) TEAM RETURN 1. New Orleans 8 2. San Diego 5 3t. San Francisco 4 Miami 4 Tampa Bay 4 Baltimore 4

    HAPPY RETURNS

    San Franciscos kickoff coverage unit has been among the best in the NFL, allowing an average opponent starting field position at the 23.7 yard line following kickoffs, to rank 7th in the NFL. The 15 stops inside the 20-yard line off kickoffs lead the NFL.

    2009 AVG. OPPONENT STARTING FIELD POSITION, NFL (2009) TEAM KR IN 20 YD-LINE 1. Atlanta 57 12 21.2 2. Dallas 56 8 22.0 3. Indianapolis 61 10 23.0 4. Seattle 54 9 23.5 5. Arizona 53 12 23.5 6. Denver 48 10 23.6 7. San Francisco 50 15 23.7

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  • PROBABLE STARTERS - OFFENSE

    WR MICHAEL CRABTREE - (D-1 in 09)The rookie has caught 26 passes for 346 yds. and 1 TD in 6 starts this year. His 57.7 receiving yds. per game rank 2nd among all rookies, trail-ing only WR Hakeem Nicks (59.8 ypg).

    LT BARRY SIMS - (FA in 08)The 11th-year pro stepped into action at Ind. (11/1) after Joe Staley was injured on the first play of the game. A veteran of 161 (131 starts), Sims started 8 games at RT in 2008 for San Francisco.

    LG DAVID BAAS - (D-2 in 05) - (BAHS)The 5th-year veteran has started at both guard positions since being selected in the 2nd round of the 2005 NFL Draft. Baas has started the past 20 games at LG, and made 5 starts as a rookie and 8 starts in 2007 at RG. Baas has played in 71 games (33 starts).

    C ERIC HEITMANN - (D-7A in 02) - (HEIGHT-minn)The 8th-year veteran has been a mainstay on the 49ers offensive line since being selected by the team in 2002. After lining up at both guard positions early in his career, Heitmann moved to center for the final 6 games of the 2005 season and has remained there since. He has played in 114 games (109 starts) in his career.

    RG CHILO RACHAL - (D-2 in 08) - (ray-SHELL)The 2nd-year pro out of USC has started 16 games at RG, dating back to 2008. Rachal has seen action in 19 career games (16 starts).

    RT ADAM SNYDER - (D-3B in 05)The 5th-year veteran earned the starting RT role this past training camp. He rotated at RG with Chilo Rachal in a start at Hou. (10/25) after T Tony Pashos took over the starting RT position. With Pashos injured in the game, Snyder moved back as the starting RT. Known for his versatility, he has played in 71 games (49 starts) in his career (21 at LT, 16 at RT, 7 at LG, 5 at RG).

    TE VERNON DAVIS - (D-1A in 06)The 4th-year veteran Davis leads the team with 57 catches for 670 yds. and 9 TDs (tied for 1st NFL). He became the first 49ers TE to catch 3 TD passes in a game (at Hou. - 10/25). He ranks 1st among NFC TEs in yds. and and 3rd in recepts. He has played in 51 games (49 starts).

    WR JOSH MORGAN - (D-6 in 08)The 2nd-year veteran has caught 30 passes for 348 yds. and 1 TD. He now has 50 recepts. for 667 yds. and 4 TDs in his career, playing in 23 games (12 starts).

    QB ALEX SMITH - (D-1A in 05)The 5th-year veteran saw his first appearance in 28 games at Hou. (10/25), replacing QB Shaun Hill in the 2nd half. Smith went on to com-plete 15 of 22 passes for 206 yds. and 3 TDs for a passer rating of 118.6. The former first overall pick has seen action in 6 games (5 starts) this season, completing 122 of 196 passes (62.2 pct.) for 1,267 yds. with 11 TDs and 7 INTs for a passer rating of 84.7. He has played in 38 career games (35 starts).

    RB FRANK GORE - (D-3A in 05)The 5th-year veteran had 207 rushing yds. and two TDs (79 and 80 yards) vs. Sea., but suffered a right ankle strain and right hind foot sprain in the first offensive series at Min. (9/27) that sidelined him for 2 games. He returned to the starting lineup at Hou. (10/25) and has rushed for 643 yds. on 128 carries since that time and has 6 rushing TDs and 3 receiv-ing TDs on the season. Three of his six TD carries have gone for over 60 yards. Gore is the only player in 49ers history to rush for over 1,000 yards in three consecutive seasons, after posting 1,036 rushing yds. in 2008. He has played in 68 games (55 starts).

    FB MORAN NORRIS - (UFA in 09)The 9th-year veteran rejoined the 49ers after spending the 2008 season as a member of Detroit. In 2006, Norris helped Gore to a Pro Bowl season with a team record 1,695 rushing yds. He has played in 114 games (43 starts).

    PROBABLE STARTERS - DEFENSEDT ISAAC SOPOAGA - (D-4A in 04)The 6th-year veteran has registered 48 tackles, 7 QB hits, 9 QB pres-sures, 1 sack and 1 PD. Sopoaga posted career-highs in 2008 with 15 starts and 66 tackles. He has played in 74 games (34 starts) in his career.

    NT AUBRAYO FRANKLIN - (UFA in 07 - Baltimore) - (ah-BRY-uh)The 7th-year veteran has posted 65 tackles, 8 QB pressures, 5 QB hits, 2 sacks and 1 INT. Singletary called Franklin the most consistent player on the 49ers defense this season. He has played in 77 games (40 starts).

    DT JUSTIN SMITH - (UFA in 08 - Cincinnati)The 9th-year veteran has totaled 60 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 2 FFs, 1 FR, 5 TFLs, 38 QB hits, 53 QB pressures and 1 PD. Smith earned the 49ers Bill Walsh Award in 2008 after leading the team in QB pressures (57) and ranking 2nd in sacks (7.0). He has an active streak of 134 consecutive starts, which is by far the longest streak of current defensive lineman (ARZ Darnell Dockett - 76 straight starts). He has played in 138 career games (134 starts).

    SAM LB MANNY LAWSON - (D-1B in 06)The 4th-year veteran has posted 56 tackles, 21 QB pressures, 18 QB hits, 3 FFs and 4.5 sacks. Lawson started 10 games in 2008, tallying career-highs with 3 sacks, 2 FFs and 2 blocked kicks. He has played in 43 games (34 starts) in his career.

    TED LB TAKEO SPIKES - (FA in 08) - (tuh-KEE-oh)The 12th-year veteran has totaled 62 tackles, 2 sacks, 2 TFLs, 1 QB pressure and 2 PDs. Spikes took over the 49ers starting LB role 4 games into the 2008 season and finished the season ranked 2nd on the team in tackles (122) to go along with 3 INTs, 2 FFs, 1 FR and 1 sack. He was inactive at GB (11/22) with a hamstring injury. Spikes has played in 166 career games (162 starts).

    MIKE LB PATRICK WILLIS - (D-1A in 07)The 3rd-year player leads the team with 120 tackles to go along with 3.0 sacks, 2 INTs (1 returned for TD), 2 FFs, 6 TFLs and 11 PDs. Willis earned his second consecutive Pro Bowl honor in 2008 after leading the team in tackles (185) in addition to posting 1 sack, 1 INT returned for a TD (86 yards), 1 FF, 1 FR and 11 PDs. He earned Defensive Rookie of the Year and All-Pro honors, in 2007. He has started all 43 games played.

    WILL PARYS HARALSON - (D-5 in 06) - (PARIS)The 4th-year veteran has 44 tackles, 3.5 sacks, 27 QB hits, 40 QB pres-sures and 3 PDs. Haralson posted career-highs of 57 tackles and 8 sacks (tied for 2nd most among NFC linebackers) in 16 games with 10 starts, in 2008. He has seen action in 50 games (32 starts) in his career.

    CB DRE BLY - (FA in 09)The 11th-year veteran took over as the starting cornerback vs. Jac. (11/30) and has posted 19 tackles, 9 PDs, 1 FF and 1 INT this season. A two-time Pro Bowler, Bly has the most INTs (35) among NFL cornerbacks since 2001. He has played in 162 games (112 starts).

    CB SHAWNTAE SPENCER - (D-2B in 04)The 6th-year veteran has posted 50 tackles, 1 INT and 12 PDs. Spencer returned to the starting lineup after serving as the 49ers starting CB in his first 3 NFL seasons. Spencer was limited in 2008 due to a knee injury after battling through a quad injury a year prior. He has seen action in 68 games (51 starts) in his career.

    SS MICHAEL LEWIS - (UFA in 07 - Philadelphia)The 8th-year veteran has posted 77 tackles, 5 QB hits, 1 INT, 1 FF, 1 FR and 4 PDs in 2009. Lewis has ranked among the team leaders in tackles in each of his first 2 seasons with the 49ers. He missed a game at Hou. (10/25) due to concussion suffered vs. Atl (10/11). A Pro Bowler in 04, hes played in 118 games (100 starts) in his career.

    FS DASHON GOLDSON - (D-4B in 07) - (duh-SHAWN)The 3rd-year veteran ranks 2nd on the team with 85 tackles to go along with 2 INTs, 1 sack, 1 FF, 1 FR and 3 PDs this year. Goldson is in his first season as the 49ers starting FS. He was inactive for 6 contests last sea-son due to a knee injury, but played the final 2 games of the season. He has seen action in 30 games (13 starts) in his career.

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