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1985 San Francisco 49ers season

 

1985 San Francisco 49ers season

1985 San Francisco 49ers season
Head coach Bill Walsh
Home field Candlestick Park
Results
Record 10–6
Division place 2nd NFC West
Playoff finish Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Giants) 17–3
Uniform
Timeline
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The 1985 San Francisco 49ers season was the team's 36th year with the National Football League.

49ers running back Roger Craig became the first player in NFL history to record both 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards in the same season. Craig rushed for 1,050 yards,[1] and had 1,016 receiving yards.[2][3]

Offseason

NFL Draft

Personnel

Staff

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 8, 1985 at Minnesota Vikings L 21-28
57,375
2 September 15, 1985 Atlanta Falcons W 35-16
58,923
3 September 22, 1985 at Los Angeles Raiders W 34-10
87,006
4 September 29, 1985 New Orleans Saints L 17-20
58,053
5 October 6, 1985 at Atlanta Falcons W 38-17
44,740
6 October 13, 1985 Chicago Bears L 10-26
60,523
7 October 20, 1985 at Detroit Lions L 21-23
67,715
8 October 27, 1985 at Los Angeles Rams W 28-14
65,939
9 November 3, 1985 Philadelphia Eagles W 24-13
58,383
10 November 11, 1985 (Mon) at Denver Broncos L 16-17
73,173
11 November 17, 1985 Kansas City Chiefs W 31-3
56,447
12 November 25, 1985 (Mon) Seattle Seahawks W 19-6
57,482
13 December 1, 1985 at Washington Redskins W 35-8
51,321
14 December 9, 1985 (Mon) Los Angeles Rams L 20-27
60,581
15 December 15, 1985 at New Orleans Saints W 31-19
46,065
16 December 22, 1985 Dallas Cowboys W 31-16
60,114

Standings

Playoffs

NFC Wild Card

  • San Francisco 49ers 3, New York Giants 17

December 29, 1985 (Sat) at Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
Attendance: 75,842

Awards and records

Milestones

  • Roger Craig, 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving in the same season

References

External links

  • 49ers on Pro Football Reference
  • 49ers Schedule on jt-sw.com

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