2004 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
2-14-0 0-0 4585 3136 1449 40 280 5481 3486 1995 21 322
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The San Francisco 49ers' fifty-ninth season was in 2004, and it was the second season Dennis Erickson served as the head coach of the team. The 49ers played their home games at San Francisco Stadium at Candlestick Point. He was fired from the 49ers. They finished the season 2-14-0, 1-7-0 at home and 1-7-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Atlanta Falcons 19-21
Week 2 @ New Orleans Saints 27-30
Week 3 @ Seattle Seahawks 0-34
Week 4 St. Louis Rams 14-24
Week 5 Arizona Cardinals 31-28
Week 6 @ New York Jets 14-22
Week 8 @ Chicago Bears 13-23
Week 9 Seattle Seahawks 27-42
Week 10 Carolina Panthers 27-37
Week 11 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-35
Week 12 Miami Dolphins 17-24
Week 13 @ St. Louis Rams 6-16
Week 14 @ Arizona Cardinals 31-28
Week 15 Washington Redskins 16-26
Week 16 Buffalo Bills 7-41
Week 17 @ New England Patriots 7-21

2004 San Francisco 49ers Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Dennis Erickson Assistant Head Coach: Gregg Smith Associate Head Coach: Greg McMackin Offensive Coordinator: Ted Tollner Defensive Coordinator: Willy Robinson Special Teams Coordinator: Larry Mac Duff Quarterbacks Coach: Rich Olson Wide Receivers Coach: Eric Yarber Offensive Line Coach: Gregg Smith Running Backs Coach: Tim Lappano Tight Ends Coach: Dan Cozzetto Assistant Running Backs Coach: Jason Tarver Offensive Assistant Coach: Jason Tarver Offensive Quality Control Coach: Scott Swartz Defensive Line Coach: Dan Quinn Linebackers Coach: Greg McMackin Defensive Backs Coach: Ron Lynn, Al Simmons Defensive Quality Control Coach: Jamie Christian Special Teams Assistant Coach: Jeff Rodgers Strength Development Coordinator: Terrell Jones Physical Development Assistant: Jerry Attaway Physical Development Coordinator: Jerry Attaway Director of Pro Personnel: Bill McPherson