In celebration of the NFL's 100th season, it is time to crown the greatest moment of all-time. Seventy-three years of big plays and record breaking moments have been narrowed down to four of the most iconic achievements in San Francisco 49ers history.
Here's where the Faithful are needed. Fans can vote below on the 49ers top moment which will announced at our Fantennial Weekend in Week 8 vs. the Carolina Panthers. The top voted play will then be placed in a bracket against notable moments from all 32 teams to determine the All-Time Greatest Moment in NFL history. The winning moment will be announced at NFL Honors the night before Super Bowl LIV in Miami.
Without further ado, vote on which of these moments you want to see square up in the NFL's Greatest Moments bracket.
1) The Stop - Super Bowl XVI
One of the greatest moments in Super Bowl history, the 49ers stuffed the Bengals at the goal line three times to hang on for a 26-21 victory over Cincinnati, securing the franchise's first Super Bowl title.
2) The Catch - 1981 NFC Championship
The play that changed 49ers history forever. During the 1981 NFC Championship game, under pressure, Joe Montana rolled out of the pocket and found Dwight Clark in the back of the end zone for the game winning touchdown that clinched San Francisco's ticket to Super Bowl XVI. This play is widely known as "The Catch".
3) Young's Getaway
With minutes left in the fourth quarter and trailing 21-17 against the Minnesota Vikings and their top-ranked defense, Steve Young evaded several defenders and dove into the end zone for a fitting, 49-yard touchdown run to seal the victory.
4) The Drive - Super Bowl XXII
Montana orchestrated a legendary 11-play, 92-yard drive that culminated in a game-winning touchdown pass with 34 seconds left on the clock to catapult the 49ers to their third Super Bowl victory.