Game Information and How to Watch
The 49ers and Bengals kick off from Raymond James Stadium in Cincinnati on Sunday, Sept. 15 at 1 p.m. ET.
Fox will be providing the television broadcast, and Thom Brennaman and Chris Spielman will provide Fox Sports’ commentary throughout the game. Be sure to check your local television provider to see if the game will be covered in your area.
San Francisco 49ers
For fans outside the broadcast area in either the Niners or Bengals’ regional territories, you can stream the game with a subscription to NFL Game Pass.
Fubo.tv also provides another subscription-based stream option.
The 49ers radio network will broadcast the game for those unable to watch or stream. San Francisco’s flagship stations are KNBR 680 and 107.7 The Bone.
For a full list of radio coverage by region, click here.
Greg Papa, Tim Ryan and Dennis O’Donnell will again provide the radio commentary throughout the game.
While not as extreme as the conditions the Niners faced in Tampa during Week 1, it is expected to be relatively hot and humid in Cincinnati for game time. The temperature is predicted to be 80 degrees at kickoff, with a humidity of 47 percent.
San Francisco has spent the week in advance of the game in nearby Youngstown, Ohio, hopefully acclimating itself to the climate.
As always, be sure to follow along with Niner Noise’s own live game comment thread, which will be featured on our home page throughout the game.