I don’t know to what extent the entire set of 1997 through 2002 49er teams are considered part of the 49ers dynasty, but here’s a look at how those Mariucci-coached teams did, after looking at the 10 Walsh-coached teams and the 8 Seifert-coached teams.
In the 1997 through 2002 seasons, the 49ers went 60-43, including a 3-4 record in the playoffs. The 49ers scored 2472 points in the six years, for an average of 24 points per game, and the opposition scored 2287 points, for an average of 22.2 points per game.
In their 60 wins, the 49ers scored 1698 points, or 28.3 per game, and their opposition scored 946 points, or 15.8 per game.
In their 43 losses, the 49ers scored 774 points, or 18 per game, and their opposition scored 1341 points, or 31.2 per game. In terms of scoring points, the Niners peaked in 1998, with 479 points, and in terms of allowing points, the Niners bottomed the next year, when their opponents scored 453 points.
From ’97 through ’02, the 49ers gave up 40+ points in a game 7 times, while scoring 40+ points in a game 5 times.