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1984 San Francisco 49ers Schedule

The 1984 San Francisco 49ers schedule produced a record of 15 wins and 1 loss, and a trip to the playoffs where they beat the Giants, Dolphins and Bears. They had regular season wins against the Falcons, Browns, Lions, Saints, Giants, Eagles, Bengals, Vikings, Buccaneers, Redskins, Rams and Oilers and a loss against the Steelers. View the 1984 49ers complete schedule game by game.
1984 San Francisco 49ers Schedule (Record: 15 - 1 - 0)
1 San Francisco 49ers 30 @ Detroit Lions 27 Game Stats
2 Washington Redskins 31 @ San Francisco 49ers 37 Game Stats
3 New Orleans Saints 20 @ San Francisco 49ers 30 Game Stats
4 San Francisco 49ers 21 @ Philadelphia Eagles 9 Game Stats
5 Atlanta Falcons 5 @ San Francisco 49ers 14 Game Stats
6 San Francisco 49ers 31 @ New York Giants 10 Game Stats
7 Pittsburgh Steelers 20 @ San Francisco 49ers 17 Game Stats
8 San Francisco 49ers 34 @ Houston Oilers 21 Game Stats
9 San Francisco 49ers 33 @ Los Angeles Rams 0 Game Stats
10 Cincinnati Bengals 17 @ San Francisco 49ers 23 Game Stats
11 San Francisco 49ers 41 @ Cleveland Browns 7 Game Stats
12 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 @ San Francisco 49ers 24 Game Stats
13 San Francisco 49ers 35 @ New Orleans Saints 3 Game Stats
14 San Francisco 49ers 35 @ Atlanta Falcons 17 Game Stats
15 Minnesota Vikings 7 @ San Francisco 49ers 51 Game Stats
16 Los Angeles Rams 16 @ San Francisco 49ers 19 Game Stats
1984 San Francisco 49ers Postseason Schedule
NFC Divisional Playoff
New York Giants 10 @ San Francisco 49ers 21 Game Stats
NFC Conference Championship
Chicago Bears 0 @ San Francisco 49ers 23 Game Stats
Super Bowl
Miami Dolphins 16 @ San Francisco 49ers 38 Game Stats
 
 
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