2003 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
7-9-0 0-0 5687 3408 2279 25 313 4928 3238 1690 37 292
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The San Francisco 49ers' fifty-eighth season was in 2003, playing their home games at San Francisco Stadium at Candlestick Point. During the offseason they hired Dennis Erickson to lead the team. Erickson brought four years of experience as a head coach. They finished the season 7-9-0, 6-2-0 at home and 1-7-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Chicago Bears 49-7
Week 2 @ St. Louis Rams 24-27
Week 3 Cleveland Browns 12-13
Week 4 @ Minnesota Vikings 7-35
Week 5 Detroit Lions 24-17
Week 6 @ Seattle Seahawks 19-20
Week 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 24-7
Week 8 @ Arizona Cardinals 13-16
Week 9 St. Louis Rams 30-10
Week 11 Pittsburgh Steelers 30-14
Week 12 @ Green Bay Packers 10-20
Week 13 @ Baltimore Ravens 6-44
Week 14 Arizona Cardinals 50-14
Week 15 @ Cincinnati Bengals 38-41
Week 16 @ Philadelphia Eagles 31-28
Week 17 Seattle Seahawks 17-24

Coaches

Head Coach: Dennis Erickson Assistant Head Coach: Gregg Smith Offensive Coordinator: Greg Knapp Defensive Coordinator: Jim L. Mora (Jr.) Special Teams Coordinator: Larry Mac Duff Associate Head Coach: Greg McMackin Quarterbacks Coach: Ted Tollner Wide Receivers Coach: Eric Yarber Offensive Line Coach: Pat Morris Running Backs Coach: Tim Lappano Tight Ends Coach: Gregg Smith Offensive Assistant Coach: Chris Beake Defensive Line Coach: Dan Quinn Linebackers Coach: Greg McMackin Secondary Coach: Brett Maxie Assistant Secondary Coach: Al Simmons Defensive Assistant Coach: Dick Tomey Special Teams Assistant Coach: Jeff Rodgers Defensive Quality Control Coach: Jamie Christian Offensive Quality Control Coach: Jason Tarver Strength Development Coordinator: Terrell Jones Physical Development Coordinator: Jerry Attaway Physical Development Assistant: Jerry Attaway Director of Pro Personnel: Bill McPherson