49ers vs. Redskins: Game Information, How to Watch
This will mark the second time in three years the Niners have visited the Redskins at FedEx Field. The last time, Washington upended San Francisco 26-24 back in 2017.
Overall, however, the 49ers lead the all-time series 20-11-1.
Currently, San Francisco is a 10-point favorite, courtesy of Action Network. And the line seemingly is increasing in the Niners’ favor.
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Possible showers are expected at kickoff, with the game-time temperature forecasted at 58 degrees.
Television and Streaming Information
Fox will carry the broadcast of Sunday’s game, which will air in most of northern California, western Nevada, Oregon, Washington and the majority of Idaho. The majority of Virginia, Maryland and parts of Delaware, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and North Carolina will also have coverage.
This map from 506 Sports has the broadcast areas, and check your local provider for your Fox affiliate.
Chris Myers and Daryl Johnston will provide the in-game commentary.
Greg Papa and Tim Ryan will handle on-air duties on the 49ers radio network, whose flagship stations are KNBR 680 and 107.7 The Bone in San Francisco.
Check the map below for the Niners radio network:
As always, Niner Noise will have our live, in-game thread available about an hour before kickoff, running throughout the game. It’ll be featured on our home website, and fans are encouraged to interact with our team of writers and contributors in the comments section.
The 49ers and Redskins kick off on Sunday, Oct. 20 at 1 p.m. ET from FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.