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1958 San Francisco 49ers season

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1958 San Francisco 49ers season

1958 San Francisco 49ers season
Head coach Frankie Albert
Home field Kezar Stadium
Record 6–6
Division place 4th NFL Western
Playoff finish did not qualify
Previous season      Next season
< 1957      1959 >

The 1958 San Francisco 49ers season was the team's ninth in the NFL. The team had an 8–4 record the previous season. During a four game road trip, the 49ers only won one game and finished with a 6–6 record, 4th place in the NFL Western Division. Each of the team's quarterbacks, Y.A. Tittle and John Brodie, started six of the twelve games and ended the season with similar statistics.[1]


Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 28, 1958 Pittsburgh Steelers W 23–20
2 October 5, 1958 Los Angeles Rams L 33–3
3 October 12, 1958 at Chicago Bears L 28–6
4 October 19, 1958 at Philadelphia Eagles W 30–24
5 October 26, 1958 Chicago Bears L 27–14
6 November 2, 1958 Detroit Lions W 24–21
7 November 9, 1958 at Los Angeles Rams L 56–7
8 November 16, 1958 at Detroit Lions L 35–21
9 November 23, 1958 at Green Bay Packers W 33–12
10 November 30, 1958 at Baltimore Colts L 35–27
11 December 7, 1958 Green Bay Packers W 48–21
12 December 14, 1958 Baltimore Colts W 21–12


NFL West
Baltimore Colts 9 3 0 .750 381 203 W-1
Chicago Bears 8 4 0 .667 298 230 W-2
Los Angeles Rams 8 4 0 .667 344 278 W-3
San Francisco 49ers 6 6 0 .500 257 324 W-2
Detroit Lions 4 7 1 .364 261 276 L-2
Green Bay Packers 1 10 1 .091 193 382 L-7


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