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Every San Francisco 49ers Team Ranked by Pythagorean Record+Strength of Schedule

Thursday, April 7, 2011

My SFGiants rankings are here; the number you see is the pro football reference combination of pythagorean record+strength of schedule.




1.     1987 – 13.5 Lost in playoffs to Vikings, Montana, Craig, Rathman, Rice, Lott, McKyer, Haley, Griffin 

2.     1984 – 12.7 World Champions beat Dolphins, Montana, Tyler, Craig, Solomon, Clark, Francis, Lott, Board

3. 1992 – 11.8 Lost NFC Title to Cowboys, Young, Watters, Rice, Taylor, Jones, Davis, Griffin, Romanowski

4. 1995 – 11.8 Lost in playoffs to Packers, Young, Rice, Jones, Taylor, Norton, McDonald, Jackson, Plummer

5.  1994 – 11.6 World Champions beat Chargers, Young, Watters, Floyd, Rice, Taylor, Jones, Norton, Deion

6. 1991 – 10.9 Young, Rice, Haley, Hanks, Rathman, Griffin, Holt, Barton, Foster, McIntyre, Taylor

7. 1989 – 10.7 coach-Seifert, World Champions beat Broncos, Montana, Craig, Rice, Taylor, Haley, Lott

8. 1953 – 10.7 Tittle, Perry, McElhenny, Nomellini, Wilson, St Clair

9. 1998 – 10.6 Lost in playoffs to Falcons, Young, Hearst, Owens, Rice, Norton, McDonald, BY, Doleman

10. 2012 - 10.2, Lost Super Bowl to Ravens Kaepernick, Gore, Crabtree, Staley, Iuptati, JSmith, ASmith, Willis, Bowman

11. 2013 - 10.1 Lost NFC Title to Seahawks: Kaepernick, Gore, Crabtree, Boldin, Davis, Staley, Willis, Bowman

12.  1993– 9.7 Lost NFC Title to Cowboys, Young, Watters, Rice, Taylor, Jones, McDonald, Stubblefield


13. 1985 – 8.8 Lost in playoffs to Giants, Montana, Craig, Tyler, Solomon, Clark, Francis, Lott, Board, Hicks

14. 1983 – 8.7 Lost NFC Title to Redskins, Montana, Craig, Tyler, Clark, Solomon, Francis, Lott, Board, Dean

15. 2011 – 8.3 Lost NFC Title to Giants, Smith, Gore, Staley, Crabtree, JSmith, Willis, Bowman, Rogers, Akers, Lee, Davis

16. 1996 – 8 Lost in playoffs to Packers, Young, Rice, Owens, Jones, Norton, McDonald, BY, Doleman,

17. 1965 – 7.1 Brodie, Willard, Crow, Johnson, Hazeltine, Wilcox


18. 1986 – 7 Lost in playoffs to Giants, Montana, Craig, Rathman, Rice, Clark, Francis, Griffin, Lott, Haley


19. 2001 – 6.8 Lost in playoffs to Packers, Garcia, Hearst, Owens, Plummer, Peterson, Carter, BY

20. 1970 – 6.5 Lost NFC Title to Cowboys, Brodie, Willard, Washington, Johnson, Wilcox


21. 1972 – 6.4 Lost in playoffs to Cowboys, Spurrier, Washington, Johnson, Wilcox

22. 1971 – 6.3 Lost NFC Title to Cowboys, Brodie, Willard, Washington, Johnson


23. 1981 – 6.2 World Champions beat Bengals, Montana, Solomon, Clark, Hicks, Lott, Reynolds, Turner

24. 1961 – 6.1 Brodie, Smith, Kilmer, Owens, Johnson, Nomellini, St Clair,


25. 1954 – 6 Tittle, Perry, Johnson, McElhenny, Wilson, Nomellini, St Clair, Shaw’s last year


26. 1990 – 5.8 Lost NFC Title to Giants, Montana, Craig, Rice, Jones, Taylor, Griffin, Haley, Lott, Millen

27. 1997 – 5.1 Lost NFC Title to Packers, Mariucci/coach, Young, Hearst, Owens, Stokes, Woodson, Norton

28. 1988 – 4.8 World Champions beat Bengals, Montana, Craig, Rathman, Rice, McIntyre, Lott, Haley


29. 1952 – 4.4 Tittle, Perry, McElhenny, Nomellini

30. 1951 – 4.3 Albert, Perry, Nomellini, Wilson

31. 1976 – 3.8 Plunkett, Williams, Washington, Johnson, Cross

32. 1959 – 3.2 Hickey/coach, Tittle, JD Smith, Perry, Owens, Wilson, Nomellini, St Clair

33. 2003 – 3.1 Garcia, Barlow, Owens, Peterson, Plummer, Smith, BY

34. 1966 – 1.8 Brodie, Willard, Crow, Johnson, Hazeltine

35. 1968 – 1.3  Brodie, Willard, Johnson, Hazeltine,

36. 2002 - .6 Garcia, Hearst, Owens, Stokes, BY, Peterson, Plummer,

37. 1962 –  .3 Brodie, Smith, Kilmer, Johnson, Nomellini, Hazeltine

38. 2009 – .1 Smith, Gore, Davis, Crabtree, Lee, Willis, Spikes, JSmith

39. 1957 –  -.2 Lost in playoffs to Lions, Tittle, McElhenny, Perry, Owens, Wilson, Nomellini, St Clair

40. 1973 –  -.2 Brodie/Spurrier, Washington, Wilcox

41. 1969 – -.3 Brodie, Willard, Washington,

42. 1960 –  -.9 Brodie/Tittle, Smith, McElhenny, Owens, Nomellini

43. 1982 –  -2.6 Montana, Solomon, Clark, Lott, Dean, Hicks, Francis, Reynolds, Turner, Wright, Board

44. 1974 –  -2.6 Owen, Washington, Johnson, Wilcox

45. 1956 –  -2.7 Albert/coach, Tittle, McElhenny, Perry, Johnson, Wilson, Nomellini, St Clair, Hazeltine

46. 1964 -  -2.7 Brodie, Johnson, Woodson, Hazeltine, Wilcox

47. 1967 –  -3 Brodie, Willard, Crow,

48. 2000 –  -3.8 Garcia, Garner, Owens, Rice, Plummer, Schulters, Tubbs, Norton, BY, Peterson,

49. 1977 –  -3.8 Plunkett, Williams, Washington, Cross, Wersching

50. 1958 –  -3.8 Tittle/Brodie, Perry, McElhenny, Wilson, Owens,

51. 1975 – -4.7  Spurrier/Snead, Williams, Washington, Johnson

52. 2008 –  -5.3 Hill/O’Sullivan, Gore, Bruce, Davis, Clements, Lee, Willis, Spikes, Smith, Nedney

53. 2010 –  -5.8 Smith, Gore, Davis, Crabtree, Willis, Spikes, Clements, Jsmith, Lawson, Staley

54. 1980 –  -6.2 DeBerg/Montana, Cooper, Clark, Solomon, Hicks

55. 1979 –  -7.4 Walsh-coach, Deberg, Hofer, OJ, Solomon, Cross

56. 1955 –  -8.2 Tittle, Perry, McElhenny, Wilson, St Clair, Hazeltine

57. 2006 –  -8.7 Smith, Gore, Smith, Lawson, BY,

58. 1978-  -9.1Deberg, OJ, Solomon, Cross,

59. 1950 –  -10.5 Albert, Perry, Strzykalski, Nomellini

60. 2005 –  -11.1 ASmith, Gore, Lee, DSmith, Peterson, BY

61. 1999 –  -11.3 Garcia, Garner, Rice, Owens, Norton, McDonald, BY, Tubbs, Woodall, Haley, Brown,

62. 1963 –  -11.8 McHan, Smith, Johnson, Woodson, St Clair,
63. 2007 –  -11.9 Dilfer/Smith, Gore, Davis, Lee, Willis, Smith, Clements, BY,

64. 2004 –  -13.6 Rattay, Barlow, Lee, BY, Smith, Parrish, Peterson, Plummer,


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