1989 All-Pro Team

The 1989 All-Pro Team is composed of the National Football League players that were named to the Associated Press, Newspaper Enterprise Association, Pro Football Writers Association, Pro Football Weekly and The Sporting News in 1989. Both first- and second- teams are listed for the AP and NEA teams. These are the five teams that are included in Total Football II: The Official Encyclopedia of the National Football League.

Teams

Offense
Position First team Second team
Quarterback Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN) Don Majkowski, Green Bay Packers (AP-2)
Jim Everett, Los Angeles Rams (NEA-2)
Running back Christian Okoye, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo Bills (NEA)
Dalton Hilliard, New Orleans Saints (AP-2, NEA-2)
Barry Sanders, Detroit Lions (NEA-2)
Thurman Thomas, Buffalo Bills (AP-2)
Wide receiver Jerry Rice, San Francisco 49ers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Sterling Sharpe, Green Bay Packers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Andre Reed, Buffalo Bills (AP-2, NEA-2)
Webster Slaughter, Cleveland Browns (AP-2)
Mark Carrier, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NEA-2)
Tight end Keith Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles (AP, PFWA, TSN)
Rodney Holman, Cincinnati Bengals (NEA, PFW)
Steve Jordan, Minnesota Vikings (NEA-2)
Rodney Holman, Cincinnati Bengals (AP-2)
Tackle Anthony Muñoz, Cincinnati Bengals (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Jim Lachey, Washington Redskins (AP, PFW, TSN)
Gary Zimmerman, Minnesota Vikings (PFWA)
Jackie Slater, Los Angeles Rams (NEA)
Chris Hinton, Indianapolis Colts (AP-2, NEA-2)
Lomas Brown, Detroit Lions (NEA-2)
Jackie Slater, Los Angeles Rams (AP-2)
Guard Tom Newberry, Los Angeles Rams (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Bruce Matthews, Houston Oilers (AP, PFW-t, TSN)
Mike Munchak, Houston Oilers (NEA, PFWA, PFW-t)
Rich Moran, Green Bay Packers (NEA)
Max Montoya, Cincinnati Bengals (AP-2)
Tom Newberry, Los Angeles Rams (NEA-2)
Bruce Matthews, Houston Oilers (NEA-2)
Mike Munchak, Houston Oilers (AP-2)
Center Jay Hilgenberg, Chicago Bears (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW)
Kent Hull, Buffalo Bills (TSN)
Kirk Lowdermilk, Minnesota Vikings (NEA-2)
Kent Hull, Buffalo Bills (AP-2)
Special teams
Position First team Second team
Kicker Mike Cofer, San Francisco 49ers (AP, NEA)
Eddie Murray, Detroit Lions (PFWA, PFW)
Mike Lansford, Los Angeles Rams (TSN)
Eddie Murray, Detroit Lions (AP-2)
Mike Lansford, Los Angeles Rams (NEA-2)
Punter Sean Landeta, New York Giants (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Greg Montgomery, Houston Oilers (NEA)
Rich Camarillo, Phoenix Cardinals (AP-2)
Kick Returner Rod Woodson, Pittsburgh Steelers (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN) John Taylor, San Francisco 49ers (AP-2)
Punt Returner Walter Stanley, Detroit Lions (PFW, TSN)
Dave Meggett, New York Giants (PFWA)
Special Teams Rufus Porter, Seattle Seahawks (PFW)
Defense
Position First team Second team
Defensive end Chris Doleman, Minnesota Vikings (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Reggie White, Philadelphia Eagles (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW)
Lee Williams, San Diego Chargers (TSN)
Bruce Smith, Buffalo Bills (AP-2, NEA-2)
Howie Long, Los Angeles Raiders (NEA-2)
Lee Williams, San Diego Chargers (AP-2)
Defensive tackle Keith Millard, Minnesota Vikings (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Michael Dean Perry, Cleveland Browns (AP, NEA, PFWA, TSN)
Jerry Ball, Detroit Lions (PFW)
Ray Childress, Houston Oilers (AP-2)
Tony Casillas, Atlanta Falcons (AP-2)
Jerry Ball, Detroit Lions (NEA-2)
Middle linebacker Karl Mecklenburg, Denver Broncos (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW)
Mike Singletary, Chicago Bears (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Vaughan Johnson, New Orleans Saints (NEA)
Eugene Lockhart, Dallas Cowboys (TSN)
Billy Ray Smith, San Diego Chargers (NEA-2)
Mike Walter, San Francisco 49ers (NEA-2)
Vaughan Johnson, New Orleans Saints (AP-2)
Eugene Lockhart, Dallas Cowboys (AP-2)
Outside linebacker Tim Harris, Green Bay Packers (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants (AP, PFWA, PFW)
Kevin Greene, Los Angeles Rams (NEA, TSN)
Pat Swilling, New Orleans Saints, (AP-2, NEA-2)
Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants (NEA-2)
Kevin Greene, Los Angeles Rams (AP-2)
Cornerback Albert Lewis, Kansas City Chiefs (AP, NEA, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Eric Allen, Philadelphia Eagles (AP, PFW)
Mark Collins, New York Giants (NEA)
Jerry Gray, Los Angeles Rams (PFWA)
Gill Byrd, San Diego Chargers (TSN)
Frank Minnifield, Cleveland Browns (AP-2, NEA-2)
Jerry Gray, Los Angeles Rams (AP-2)
Eric Allen, Philadelphia Eagles (NEA-2)
Safety David Fulcher, Cincinnati Bengals (AP, PFWA, PFW, TSN)
Ronnie Lott, San Francisco 49ers (AP, PFWA, PFW)
Joey Browner, Minnesota Vikings (NEA)
Tim McDonald, Phoenix Cardinals (NEA)
Harry Hamilton, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (TSN)
Erik McMillan, New York Jets (NEA-2)
Dennis Smith, Denver Broncos (AP-2)
David Fulcher, Cincinnati Bengals (NEA-2)
Joey Browner, Minnesota Vikings (AP-2)

Key

AP = Associated Press All-Pro team; AP-2 Associated Press Second-team All-Pro; PFWA = Pro Football Writers Association All-Pro team; NEA = Newspaper Enterprise Association All-Pro team; NEA-2 Newspaper Enterprise Association Second-team All-Pro; PFW = Pro Football Weekly All-Pro team; TSN = The Sporting News All-Pro team; t = players tied in selection

References

1989 San Francisco 49ers season

The 1989 San Francisco 49ers season was the team's 44th season in the National Football League and first under head coach George Seifert. After going 14–2 in the regular season, the 49ers completed the season with the most dominant playoff run in NFL history, outscoring opponents 126–26 and winning their fourth Super Bowl victory.

In 2007, ESPN.com's Page 2 ranked the 1989 49ers as the greatest team in Super Bowl history.This was the season were the 49ers added the black trim on the SF logo on the helmets which lasted until the 1995 season and the final season the team wore screen printed numbers on jerseys.

Quarterback Joe Montana had one of the greatest passing seasons in NFL history in 1989. Montana set a then-NFL record with a passer rating of 112.4, with a completion percentage of 70.2%, and a 26/8 touchdown-to-interception ratio. In the playoffs, Montana was even more dominant, with a 78.3% completion percentage, 800 yards, 11 touchdowns, no interceptions, and a 146.4 rating. Cold Hard Football Facts calls Montana's 1989 season "the one by which we must measure all other passing seasons."

List of University of Houston people

The list of University of Houston people includes notable alumni, former students, and faculty of the University of Houston. Class years usually indicate the year of a graduation unless an entry is denoted by an asterisk (*). In this case, the student did not graduate from the university, and the class year indicates the last known year a former student attended. In the case of alumni with multiple graduation years, the earliest graduation year is shown.

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