49ers game today vs. Ravens: Christmas Day injury report, spread, TV and stream info

There's a reason why so many fans and analysts are tabbing Monday Night Football as a potential Super Bowl matchup, and the 49ers and Ravens should put on a show.
Baltimore Ravens v San Francisco 49ers
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The 49ers wrap up Christmas weekend on Monday night with a must-watch primetime showdown against the top-seeded Ravens.

It makes plenty of sense why so many out there are tabbing Monday Night Football on Christmas Day between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens as a potential Super Bowl preview.

After all, the two top-seeded teams in their respective conferences are both 11-3 and are either at or close to the top in both offensive and defensive standings heading into the final day of Week 16. The two teams also boast two top contenders for league MVP, too, in quarterbacks Brock Purdy and Lamar Jackson, who'll have the chance to make their case opposite each other in the bright lights at Levi's Stadium.

Hype aside, it's important to note that this is just a regular-season football game. Sure, there's playoff seeding at stake here, and both the Niners and Ravens want to hold onto the No. 1 spot in the postseason picture.

But, as tempting as it is to think it, Week 16 isn't the Super Bowl. Not even close.

It's still going to be a must-watch game, though, and we've got you covered.

49ers injury report vs. Ravens, Monday Night Football

San Francisco is a bit banged up for this contest and will miss starting defensive tackle Arik Armstead for a third consecutive game.

Here is the 49ers' Week 16 injury report:

  • DT Arik Armstead (foot): OUT
  • LB Oreon Burks (knee): OUT
  • TE Ross Dwelley (ankle): OUT
  • WR Jauan Jennings (concussion): OUT
  • DT Javon Hargrave (hamstring): Questionable
  • RB Elijah Mitchell (knee): Questionable

A week ago, the 49ers were short both Armstead and Hargrave, which led to the Arizona Cardinals rushing for well over 200 yards against what had previously been a stout run defense.

Hargrave being questionable provides a bit more hope against a Baltimore squad that ranks No. 1 in the league in rushing.

49ers vs. Ravens betting odds, Week 16

The oddsmakers at FanDuel originally opened up with the Niners as 5.5-point home favorites, but that line has since increased to minus-6 for San Francisco.

The 49ers' moneyline is -270, while the Ravens' moneyline is +220.

The over/under for the game is 46.5.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

49ers vs. Ravens TV channel for Monday Night Football

Monday night's game on Christmas Day will be one of those special occasions where not only ESPN will carry the television broadcast but also a primary network on ABC.

The game will be broadcast across the country.

Kickoff time will be 8:15 p.m. ET on Dec. 25 from Levi's Stadium in Santa, Clara, California.

Joe Buck will call play-by-play for the game, while Troy Aikman will provide color commentary. Lisa Salters will be on the sidelines.

49ers vs. Ravens live stream

Fans who prefer to livestream the game can do so via fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial for first-time users.

ESPN will also stream the game on their website, and fans can also download the ESPN app. In-market fans can visit 49ers.com or download the official 49ers app, while Baltimore-area fans can also download the Ravens app to stream the game.

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