1968 San Francisco 49ers schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
7-6-1 0-0 4709 2925 1784 37 260 4020 2244 1776 31 250
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The San Francisco 49ers' twenty-third season was in 1968, playing their home games at Kezar Stadium. During the offseason they hired Dick Nolan to lead the team. Nolan previously was the defensive backfield coach of the Dallas Cowboys and had six years of coaching experience in the NFL. They finished the season 7-6-1, 3-3-1 at home and 4-3-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Baltimore Colts 10-27
Week 2 St. Louis Cardinals 35-17
Week 3 Atlanta Falcons 28-13
Week 4 @ Los Angeles Rams 10-24
Week 5 Baltimore Colts 14-42
Week 6 @ New York Giants 26-10
Week 7 @ Detroit Lions 14-7
Week 8 Cleveland Browns 21-33
Week 9 @ Chicago Bears 19-27
Week 10 Los Angeles Rams 20-20
Week 11 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 45-28
Week 12 Green Bay Packers 27-20
Week 13 Minnesota Vikings 20-30
Week 14 @ Atlanta Falcons 14-12

Coaches

Head Coach: Dick Nolan Chief of Offense: Ed Hughes Offensive Line Coach: Ernie Zwahlen Backs Coach: Ed Hughes Offensive Backfield Coach: Ken Meyer Defensive Line Coach: Paul Wiggin Linebackers Coach: Mike Giddings Defensive Backs (Secondary) Coach: Jim Shofner Kicking Coach: Fletcher Joseph "Joe" Perry Offensive Consultant: Y.A. Tittle Game Scout: Fletcher Joseph "Joe" Perry Personnel Scout: Dick Gallagher