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The Catch. 49ers fans are sure to remember this.

The 50 Most Iconic Pictures in Sports History

San Francisco Dwight Clark in action, making "The Catch" and scoring the game winning touchdown vs the Dallas Cowboys Everson Walls during the NFC Championship game at Candlestick Park in San Fransisco on January 1982

Steve Young-- a bootlegger of a QB

Steve Young was MVP of the Super Bowl 17 years ago when my son was in my tummy! When my son was 8 months old he received a special blessing from Steve Young as he was an old friend of mine.

The San Francisco 49ers are one of the most successful teams in NFL history with players that hold all sorts of records. We all remember "The Catch" right?

The San Francisco are one of the most successful teams in NFL history with players that hold all sorts of records. We all remember "The Catch" right?

"Dwight Clark" San Francisco 49er Wide Receiver. "The Catch" won the Super Bowl over Dallas in 81.

January 1982 - Dwight Clark, San Francisco Classic moment in sports history, one of my all time favorites

49ers wide receiver Brandon Lloyd makes a one-handed catch against the New York Giants in 2005. #FarewellCandlestick

The greatest photos ever taken at Candlestick Park

wide receiver Brandon Lloyd makes a one-handed catch against the New York Giants in FarewellCandlestick

Steve Young and Joe Montana. I am not a Niner fan.. but I loved watching these 2 play!

Steve Young and Joe Montana. I am not a Niner fan. but I loved watching these 2 play!

San Francisco 49ers cemented their status as arguably the greatest team in NFL history with a 55-10 rout of John Elway. Joe Montana was at the peak of his tremendous heights, capturing league MVP honors and steering the 49ers to a 14-2 ...

Super Bowl XXIV January 1990 – Joe Montana won his third Super Bowl MVP and the won their fourth Super Bowl, crushing the Denver Broncos It still is the biggest margin of victory in a Super Bowl and the most points scored

Bill Walsh & Joe Montana, The Greatest Coach & The Greatest Player Ever!!

San Francisco Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana on the sidelines with Hall of Fame head coach Bill Walsh during a victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September at Tampa Stadium in Tampa, Florida.