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1959 San Francisco 49ers season

 

1959 San Francisco 49ers season

1959 San Francisco 49ers season
Head coach Red Hickey
Home field Kezar Stadium
Results
Record 7-5-0
Division place 3rd NFL Western
Playoff finish did not qualify
Uniform
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1958      1960 >

The 1959 San Francisco 49ers season was the team's tenth season in the NFL, and were coming off a 6-6-0 record in 1956, however, they ended without qualifying for the playoffs. After starting the season 6-1-0, they lost 4 out of their last 5 games and ended with a 7-5-0 record.

Top players

The season was good for Y.A. Tittle, as he completed 51.3% of his passes for 1331 yds and 10 touchdowns. Tommy Davis scored the most points, 67 out of the team's total of 255.

Schedule

# Date Visitor Score Home Record Attendance
1 September 27 Philadelphia Eagles 24-14 San Francisco 49ers 1-0-0
41,697
2 October 4 Los Angeles Rams 34-0 San Francisco 49ers 2-0-0
56,028
3 October 11 San Francisco 49ers 21-20 Green Bay Packers 2-1-0
32,150
4 October 18 San Francisco 49ers 34-13 Detroit Lions 3-1-0
52,585
5 October 25 Chicago Bears 20-17 San Francisco 49ers 4-1-0
59,045
6 November 1 Detroit Lions 33-7 San Francisco 49ers 5-1-0
59,064
7 November 8 San Francisco 49ers 24-16 Los Angeles Rams 6-1-0
94,276
8 November 15 San Francisco 49ers 14-3 Chicago Bears 6-2-0
42,157
9 November 22 San Francisco 49ers 45-14 Baltimore Colts 6-3-0
56,007
10 November 29 San Francisco 49ers 21-20 Cleveland Browns 7-3-0
53,763
11 December 5 Baltimore Colts 34-14 San Francisco 49ers 7-4-0
59,075
12 December 13 Green Bay Packers 36-14 San Francisco 49ers 7-5-0
55,997

Standings

NFL Western
W L T PCT PF PA STK
Baltimore Colts 9 3 0 .750 374 251 W-5
Chicago Bears 8 4 0 .667 252 196 W-7
San Francisco 49ers 7 5 0 .583 255 237 L-2
Green Bay Packers 7 5 0 .583 248 246 W-4
Detroit Lions 3 8 1 .273 203 275 L-1
Los Angeles Rams 2 10 0 .167 242 315 L-8

External links

  • 1959 San Francisco 49ers season stats


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