Game Information and How to Watch
The 49ers and Rams kick off on Sunday, Oct. 13 at 4:05 p.m. ET from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Currently, the Niners lead the all-time series with the Rams 68-7-3, yet L.A. holds a two-game win streak. And for this contest, Bovada lists Los Angeles as three-point favorites.
Weather predictions call for partly cloudy skies with a temperature of 77 degrees at kickoff, humidity at 30 percent.
Fox Sports is going to carry the coverage, so check your local provider to see whether or not the game is airing in your area. 506 Sports has a local map of the coverage, which includes most of California and Western Nevada, along with portions of the Midwest and the South.
Dick Stockton and Mark Schlereth will handle the commentary duties.
The 49ers flagship station, KNBR 680 in San Francisco, will carry the broadcast, along with sister station 107.7 The Bone.
Fans out of the area can also check in on the Niners radio network:
Greg Papa will handle play-by-play duties, while Tim Ryan does color commentary. Dennis O’Donnell will provide sideline reports.
And as usual, Niner Noise will have our own game thread going on throughout the game, featured on our website’s home about an hour before kickoff and staying there throughout the game. Fans are encouraged to scroll down to the comments section and interact with Niner Noise staff and contributors.
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