NFC Championship quiz: Are you a real 49er fan?

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What do you really know about the NFL’s San Francisco franchise? Find out by taking this 10-question quiz in the lead-up to Sunday’s NFC Championship Game against the New York Giants.

The 49ers appear headed to what Bay Area community, where plans are being finalized for them to occupy a new stadium starting in 2015?

Palo Alto

 

San Jose

 

Santa Clara

 

Redwood City

 

Although he led the 49ers to three Super Bowl victories, quarterback Joe Montana finished his 15-career with what NFL team?

San Diego Chargers

 

Kansas City Chiefs

 

Dallas Cowboys

 

Chicago Bears

 

Which former 49er finished second in the 2006 “Dancing With the Stars” competition?

Steve Young

 

Jerry Rice

 

Ronnie Lott

 

Joe Montana

 

What offensive attack did former 49ers head coach Bill Walsh popularize?

Run-and-Shoot

 

No-Huddle

 

Wildcat

 

West Coast

 

What nickname was given to the 1950s San Francisco backfield that featured four future Hall of Famers?

Million Dollar Backfield

 

Four Horsemen

 

Golden Gate Yardage Co.

 

Fearsome Foursome

 

Which one of the following players never quarterbacked the 49ers?

Steve Spurrier

 

John Brodie

 

Steve Young

 

Joe Namath

 

When Mike Nolan coached the 49ers from 2005 to 2008, he got the league’s permission to do what?

Outfit the team in gold shoes.

 

Wear a coat and tie on the sidelines.

 

Switch the team’s off-season training to Hawaii.

 

Hold a fan festival on Alcatraz.

 

Which 49er receiver made “The Catch,” the leaping, last-minute grab that secured 1982 playoff victory over the Dallas Cowboys and made the cover of Sports Illustrated?

Dwight Clark

 

Terrell Owens

 

Gene Washington

 

J.J. Stokes

 

After starring for another team, what famous player completed his career with the 49ers?

Dick Butkus

 

Brett Favre

 

Terry Bradshaw

 

O.J. Simpson

 

Where do the 49ers play their home games?

Kezar Stadium

 

AT&T Park

 

Candlestick Park

 

California Memorial Stadium (UCal-Berkeley)