49ers vs. Panthers: Game Information, How to Watch
This is the first time since 2017 that the 49ers and Panthers have matched up, with the Panthers wining 23-3 in a game that was also a Niners home game.
The 49ers have struggled to beat the Panthers, having lost six of the last seven games stretching back to 2004 including all three home games.
Overall, the Panthers have a 13-8-0 series lead over the 49ers since the former entered the league.
The 49ers have been made clear favorites, with San Francisco entering as minus-5.5 favorites, according to the Action Network.
After freezing in Washington, the skies will be much kinder to the 49ers with game-time temperatures forecasting at 66 degrees and increasing throughout the game.
Television and Streaming information
Fox will broadcast the game, with the game broadcast in most of northern California, Utah, most of Colorado, most of Arizona, most of Wyoming, parts of Montana, parts of South Dakota, parts of Nebraska, parts of Oregon, Nevada, Hawaii, most of the Carolinas, most of Mississippi, parts of Texas, most of Arkansas, parts of West Virginia, parts of Alabama, parts of Georgia, western Virginia, as well as coverage in the cities of Jacksonville, Indianapolis and Cincinnati.
This map from 506 Sports has the broadcast areas, and check your local provider for your Fox affiliate.
Dick Stockton and Mark Schlereth will provide 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 here for the Niners radio network.
As always, Niner Noise will have its own live thread of the game available, starting about an hour before kickoff. It’ll be featured on the site, with various writers on it. We encourage all fans to join us for the action.