#39 is here.
#38 January 6, 1990 41-13
A year prior, Minnesota came to San Francisco for the divisional round of the playoffs and got whipped.
In 1989 though, the Vikings had the NFL's number one ranked defense - so when they faced San Francisco in that same playoff round, their optimism would have been understood.
Joe Montana threw 4 first half touchdown passes (two to Jerry Rice) and the Niners won 41-13.
In addition, Montana had 210 passing yards and Roger Criag 95 rushing yards - all in that first half.
The Niners had four sacks (none for Minnesota) two picks (one was returned for a score by Ronnie Lott)
The '89 Niners had arguably the greatest postseason performance in the history of professional sports.
It started here at Candlestick.
#37 is tomorrow.