SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
2 games played at Levi’s® Stadium. The 49ers hosted the Minnesota Vikings in the Divisional Round and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship.
3.0 sacks registered by Nick Bosa, the first 49ers rookie to register 3.0 o -more sacks in his first postseason. He also became the first rookie with 3.0-plus sacks in a single postseason since Texans defensive end J.J. Watt and linebacker Brooks Reed each recorded 3.5 sacks in 2011.
4: Raheem Mostert is the only player in NFL history to have over 200 rushing yards and four touchdowns in a postseason game. (220 vs. Packers).
5 postseason touchdowns scored by undrafted free agents (Mostert – 4 and Kendrick Bourne – 1).
5-of-5 field goals made by Robbie Gould this postseason.
6.0 sacks in the NFC Divisional Round victory over the Minnesota Vikings, the second-most in a postseason game in franchise history.
7 first downs allowed by the 49ers in the NFC Divisional Round, the fewest allowed in franchise history and tied for the second-fewest in a postseason game in the Super Bowl era (Indianapolis Colts – 2007 AFC Wild Card Round and Pittsburgh Steelers – 2002 AFC Divisional Round).
54 yard field by Gould in the NFC Championship victory over the Green Bay Packers was the longest in Gould’s and 49ers postseason history.
64 total points scored by the 49ers in the 2019 postseason (27 in Divisional Round, 37 in NFC Championship).
83 rushing yards allowed by the 49ers defense in the postseason, the second-fewest given up by a team in a single postseason (minimum two games) in the Super Bowl era (2014 Baltimore Ravens – 82 rushing yards allowed).
147 total net yards allowed (21 rushing and 126 passing) in the NFC Divisional Round, the fewest allowed in a postseason game in 49ers franchise history.
137 total yards (49 rushing, 88 receiving) by Deebo Samuel in his first two postseason games.
160 rushing yards and three touchdowns from Mostert in the first half of the NFC Championship game making him the first player in the Super Bowl era to rush for 150-or-more yards and three-or-more rushing touchdowns in one half of a playoff game.
220 rushing yards by Mostert in the NFC Championship game, the second-most in a postseason game in the Super Bowl era (Los Angeles Rams running back Eric Dickerson).
226 scrimmage yards (220 rushing, six receiving) from Mostert are the most in a Conference Championship game in playoff history.
235.5 rushing yards per game by the 49ers offense in the postseason are the most in the Super Bowl era.
3,075.9 miles traveled to Miami for Super Bowl LIV.