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2014 SAN FRANCISCO 49ers SCHEDULE

Date

Home/Away

Team

Local Time / TV

Sun. 9/7

 Away

 Dallas 

       W 28 - 17 

Sun. 9/14

Home

Chicago 

       L 20 - 28 

Sun. 9/21

Away

   Arizona

       L 14 - 23

Sun. 9/28

Home 

   Philadelphia 

        W 26 - 21 

Sun. 10/05

Home

   Kansas City 

         W 22 - 17 

Mon. 10/13

 Away

   St. Louis 

          W 31 - 17 

 Sun. 10/19 

Away  Denver         L 17 - 42

 Mon. 10/26

 

BYE 

 

Sun. 11/02

Home 

   St. Louis 

       1:05 PM PST  FOX

Sun. 11/09

Away 

   New Orleans 

     10:00 AM PST  FOX

 Sun. 11/16

Away 

 New York Giants 

      10:00 AM PST FOX

   Sun. 11/23

Home 

   Washington 

        1:25 PM PST  CBS

Thur. 11/27

Home 

Seattle

        5:30 PM PST  NBC

Sun. 12/07

Away 

     Oakland   

       1:25 PM PST  FOX   

   Sun. 12/14

Away

   Seattle 

        1:25 PM PST  FOX

Sat. 12/20

Home 

San Diego 

      TBA    CBS/NFL

Sun. 12/38

 Home

   Arizona

 TBA   FOX

 



5 things to know from 49ers' 35-11 win over Rams

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin, left, dives into the end zone with a 20-yard touchdown reception as St. Louis Rams safety Rodney McLeod watches during the second quarter of an NFL football game Thursday,… moreSan Francisco 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin, left, dives into the end zone with a 20-yard touchdown reception as St. Louis Rams safety Rodney McLeod watches during the second quarter of an NFL football game Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, in St. Louis.


Monday, October 20
Peyton Manning Surpasses Brett Favre for Career TD Passes in Rout

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DENVER -- Peyton Manning's receivers played keep-away with his milestone memento and the NFL's new leader in career touchdown passes toyed with the San Francisco 49ers in the Denver Broncos' 42-17 victory Sunday night.

Manning went into the showdown two TDs shy of Brett Favre's record of 508, and threw four touchdown passes to reach 510.

 "It's special because of the way our team played," said Manning, who surpassed Favre's mark with an 8-yard strike to Demaryius Thomas late in the second quarter.

As he went to retrieve the ball, his teammates had some fun.

Thomas tossed the ball over Manning to Emmanuel Sanders, who lobbed it to Wes Welker. From there, Welker dished it back to Sanders, who flipped it to Julius Thomas -- all of Manning's favorite targets getting into the act.

"Those guys are all great athletes and my vertical leap isn't what it used to be. I haven't played keep-away since I was 8 years old," Manning said. "That is something I will always remember."

The Broncos had actually talked about doing something like that but Manning said he was surprised his teammates went through with it.

He shouldn't have been, Demaryius Thomas said, revealing that Manning actually had them practice it Friday.

"It's easy. You did that when you were kids," Thomas said. "It's like keep the ball away from the guy in the middle."

Manning said he just didn't think they'd go through with it.

"I'm a little bit hurt by it, the fact they're kind of picking on me," Manning feigned. "I've lost my vertical leap. It's not there anymore. My side-to-side agility is not quite as quick. So, it hurt me."


Then again, Manning said he deserved to get picked on "based on my non-graceful play when I tripped on the play before. So, it is probably fitting. That was pretty funny. I'll remember a lot of things about tonight, but I'll definitely remember that part of it and the fact they had the guts to go ahead and go through with it."

Manning finally got the ball along with congratulations from his teammates and coaches. The souvenir won't end up on Manning's mantle, however -- the Pro Football Hall of Fame has a nice spot all ready for it.

After the shenanigans, a series of football dignitaries offered their kudos on the giant scoreboard, including GM John Elway, Dan Marino, Y.A. Tittle, Sonny Jurgensen, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and of course, Favre.

"I want to say congratulations for breaking the touchdown record," Favre said. "I'm not surprised. You've been a wonderful player and I've enjoyed watching you play. I've enjoyed competing against you. I wish you great success for the rest of the season and the rest of your career."

Manning added a 40-yard TD throw to Demaryius Thomas after Aqib Talib's interception in the third quarter that made it 28-10, and then Demaryius Thomas set up another score with a 49-yard catch.

This time, running back Ronnie Hillman darted through the line for a career-long 37-yard run that made it 35-10. He added a 1-yarder as the Broncos (5-1) discovered a ground game to go with Manning's passing prowess.

Manning completed 22 of 26 passes for 318 yards with no interceptions to go with his four TD throws before taking the fourth quarter off.

"I'm not sure what their coaches do," 49ers safety Eric Reid said. "They probably don't have to do much. When he's out there on the field, he recognizes the defense and makes audibles. He does it all. You're playing against a coordinator when he's out there. He's definitely one of the best, if not the best, ever."

 Demaryius Thomas caught eight of Manning's throws for 171 yards, giving him an eye-popping 27 catches for 521 yards receiving and five TDs over the last three games.

The 49ers (4-3) did very little right in seeing their three-game winning streak snapped. Their only real highlight was Colin Kaepernick's 4-yard TD pass to Stevie Johnson with 11 seconds left in the half brought the 49ers to 21-10.

Kaepernick was sacked six times -- DeMarcus Ware had three and Von Miller two.

It was such a thorough thrashing that coach John Fox was able to rest his regulars late in the game, which could prove crucial with the San Diego Chargers coming to town Thursday night.

Manning threw a 3-yard TD pass to Sanders on Denver's first drive and tied the record when Welker took a pass over the middle for 39 yards. Sanders' score was his first in Denver, and he became the 47th player to catch a TD pass from Manning.

Manning reached the milestone in his 246th regular-season game. Favre needed 302.

"I think Brett has always known he is one of my favorite players. He played the position with so much passion, so much toughness and great production as a quarterback," Manning said.

Among those offering their congratulations on the scoreboard was Fran Tarkenton, who said, "Well, Peyton, it's official. Your ducks have crossed the end zone more than anybody else's. But really, congratulations. Nobody has ever played the quarterback position better than you have."

Game notes

49ers C Daniel Kilgore apparently broke his left ankle in the third quarter. ... The Broncos lost LB Steven Johnson (ankle) and CB Omar Bolden (possible concussion).

 



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Sunday, November 2
vs St. Louis Rams

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1:05PM PST

@ Levi Stadium

TV: FOX



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