|4||08/30/2018||Chargers||L 21 - 23|
|3||08/25/2018||@Colts||L 17 - 23||1||8||8||8||0|
|2||08/18/2018||@Texans||L 13 - 16||2||32||16||20||0||1||-5||-5||-5||0|
|1||08/09/2018||Cowboys||W 24 - 21||1||53||53||53||0|
|16||12/23/2018||Bears||L 9 - 14||3||21||7||13||0|
|15||12/16/2018||Seahawks||W 26 - 23||5||83||16.6||30||0|
|14||12/09/2018||Broncos||W 20 - 14||3||49||16.3||31||1|
|13||12/02/2018||@Seahawks||L 16 - 43||5||129||25.8||75||2||1||-2||-2||-2||0|
|12||11/25/2018||@Buccaneers||L 9 - 27||4||77||19.3||25||1|
|10||11/12/2018||Giants||L 23 - 27||4||12||3||8||0|
|9||11/01/2018||Raiders||W 34 - 3|
|8||10/28/2018||@Cardinals||L 15 - 18||0||0||0||1||0|
|7||10/21/2018||Rams||L 10 - 39|
|6||10/15/2018||@Packers||L 30 - 33|
|5||10/07/2018||Cardinals||L 18 - 28|
|4||09/30/2018||@Chargers||L 27 - 29|
|3||09/23/2018||@Chiefs||L 27 - 38|
|2||09/16/2018||Lions||W 30 - 27||1||35||35||35||0|
|1||09/09/2018||@Vikings||L 16 - 24||2||61||30.5||39||1||1||0|
- Registered the most TD recepts. (5) by a member of the 49ers in their rookie season since RB Jimmy Thomas registered 5 TD recepts. in 1969, and tied for the 2nd-most by a rookie in franchise history.
- Registered the 9th-most rec. yds. (467) in franchise history among rookies.
- Pettis, while a standout football player in his own right, has many interests off the field, including playing the guitar and ukelele, literature and photography. If he wasn’t playing football, Pettis says that he would be taking wildlife photos for a publication such as National Geographic.
- Pettis and his teammates joined Levi’s in support of breast, colon and pediatric cancer warriors at the Crucial Catch Fashion Show presented by Dignity Health on October 2, 2018. 49ers players and cancer warriors took to the runway to show off their attire and share their stories of strength and courage with the audience.
- Pettis’ father, Gary, earned five Gold Glove awards in 11 seasons in the MLB with the California Angels, Detroit Tigers, Texas Rangers and San Diego Padres. Gary Pettis launched his coaching career after retiring from the game in 1992 and is currently the third base coach of the Houston Astros. Growing up, Dante regularly followed his father to the ballpark, plastic bat and glove in hand. Dante again had the opportunity to follow his dad and join for pregame warmups when the 49ers traveled to Houston for a preseason contest. Only this time, Dante grabbed a bat himself and took part in the team’s batting practice, knocking a handful of home runs into the seats at Minute Maid Park while his father watched.