San Francisco 49ers vs. Chicago Bears Recap
September 14, 2014
The favored 49ers, officially opening their new stadium, started this game hot. Following a blocked punt, Colin Kaepernick threw a short touchdown pass to star wide receiver Michael Crabtree to take an early lead. Frank Gore added to the lead with an 8 yard touchdown run. However, sloppy play started to catch up to the 49ers. Following a penalty to extend the drive, Jay Cutler found Brandon Marshall for a touchdown right before halftime to cut the 49ers lead to 17-7. Both teams had long, clock killing drives in the 3rd quarter, with the 49ers adding a field goal and the Bears getting a 2nd Brandon Marshall touchdown. Finally, the 49ers penalties and mistakes came back to haunt them. Kaepernick threw two 4th quarter interceptions to rookie Kyle Fuller, which resulted in two more Bears touchdowns, one to Martellus Bennett and a third touchdown to Marshall. All was not well for the Bears, however, as they lost starting cornerback Charles Tillman for the season in this game.
Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers Recap
September 7, 2014
On Sunday, September 07, 2014 the San Francisco 49'rs played the Dallas Cowboys. The first quarter was good for the 49'rs with three touchdowns, one by Chris Culliver and two by Vernon Davis. The cowboys scored a meager 3 points with a field goal by Dan Bailey. In the second quarter San Francisco scored another touchdown by Carlos Hyde while the Cowboys were scoreless. The third quarter started off with the first touchdown for the Cowboys my DeMarco Murray and the 49'rs were kept scoreless. The game ended with another touchdown for the Cowboys Terence Wiliams and another scoreless quarter for the 49'rs. The 49'rs were able to keep their lead for the win.
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2014 San Francisco 49ers Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Recap
August 29, 2014
With the opening of their brand new 1.2 billion dollar Levis's Stadium, the San Francisco 49'ers anticipate a large near sell out crowd at every home game. This beautiful stadium will seat 68,500 fans, and sports an incredible 165 luxury suites. The luxury suites include catering credits, and can have from 20 to 40 fans. This year single game tickets will be priced from $135 to $165. Unlike their Candlestick location, buying season tickets at the new Levi's stadium will require a one-time license charge ranging from $2,000 to $80,000. This license fee essentially buys a seat location. In addition, fans then need to buy their season tickets every year for that seat, with season ticket prices ranging from $850 to $3,750 per seat each season. Believe it or not, some season tickets have doubled in cost, while others are a bit less than they cost at Candlestick.