49ers game today: 49ers vs. Eagles injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live Stream, TV channel
By Peter Panacy
The 49ers enter Week 2 against the Eagles a bit banged up already, but that hasn’t altered the betting lines. Here’s some last-second need-to-know info.
The San Francisco 49ers can hope for two specific things when they face off against the 1-0 Philadelphia Eagles in Week 2.
First, hopefully, the Eagles’ 32-6 win over the Atlanta Falcons was flukier than an indication of what Philly will be like this season. Second, and perhaps more importantly, no more injuries for the Niners.
Already having lost cornerback Jason Verrett and running back Raheem Mostert to season-ending knee injuries, San Francisco will now be without starting linebacker Dre Greenlaw for at least four weeks, probably longer, as he’s out with a groin injury.
49ers injury report vs. Eagles Week 2
In addition to Greenlaw being out of the Niners’ plans for the foreseeable future, the following players were on the injury report this week:
- DT Javon Kinlaw (knee): questionable
- CB Emmanuel Moseley (knee): doubtful
- LB Marcell Harris (oblique): questionable
- DL Arik Armstead (abductor): questionable
49ers vs. Eagles odds, spread, over/under & betting pick Week 2
Despite the recent flush of new injuries for San Francisco already this season, the oddsmakers over at WynnBET are still listing the visiting squad as favorites, and the 49ers hold a 3.0-point edge over Philadelphia.
The Niners’ moneyline is minus-150, while the over/under is currently set at 49.5.
The Eagles may have blown out the Falcons in Week 1. But San Francisco is vastly superior to what’s still considered a rebuilding Philly squad, and it wouldn’t be a shocker to see the 49ers win the game outright while also covering the spread, this time with a 27-21 victory.
What channel is the 49ers game on Week 2
Fox will broadcast Sunday’s contest between the Niners and Eagles, and the game will be available for most part of northern California, Oregon, parts of Idaho, eastern Pennsylvania and the greater Washington D.C. area along with other spots in Texas and New Mexico.
Adam Amin will be doing the play-by-play commentary, while Mark Schlereth will provide the color analysis with Shannon Spake on the sideline.
Kickoff is at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, Sept. 19.
49ers vs. Eagles live stream
In-market fans can visit 49ers.com or download a 49ers-authorized app from the app store to stream the game.
Out-of-market fans can also subscribe to fuboTV to stream the game. fuboTV offers a free seven-day trial for first-time users.
49ers next game and schedule
San Francisco heads back to the Bay Area after its opening two-game road trip for the 2021 home opener against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football in Week 3.
Following Week 2, here’s a look at the Niners’ next four games:
- Sunday, Sept. 26 vs. Green Bay Packers: 8:20 p.m. ET
- Sunday, Oct. 3 vs. Seattle Seahawks: 4:05 p.m. ET
- Sunday, Oct. 10 @ Arizona Cardinals: 4:25 p.m. ET
- Sunday, Oct. 17: BYE
- Sunday, Oct. 24 vs. Indianapolis Colts: 8:20 p.m. ET