For fans wanting (or needing) to tune into the radio broadcast for Week 13 between the 49ers and Eagles, here's how.
It's a little strange why Week 13's contest between the 10-1 Philadelphia Eagles and the 8-3 San Francisco 49ers isn't a primetime showdown.
After all, not only is it a grudge match after what went down during the NFC Championship game last January, which was followed by no shortage of smack talk between the two teams, but it's also a potential preview of the conference championship this season, too, as both teams are currently the top two in the NFC playoff picture.
Nevertheless, nearly the entire country will be able to view the Fox broadcast in the late-game slot, aside from those poor souls in the Los Angeles Rams and Cleveland Browns' local markets.
However, for those fans who can't watch or stream the game live, tuning into the radio broadcast is never a bad way to go.
49ers vs. Eagles radio broadcast for Week 13
The Niners' radio network will feature the game on two of their flagship stations, KNBR 680 AM and 107.7 The Bone FM in the Bay Area, and Greg Papa and Tim Ryan will be on the call.
Sacramento-area fans can tune into KHTK 1140 AM.
For additional markets, check out San Francisco's radio network below:
Fans in the greater Philadelphia area can tune into the Eagles' flagship station, 94.1 94WIP FM, which will have a nationwide broadcast available via computer.
Sports USA radio will have the national broadcast, and NFL+ subscribers can also stream the radio broadcast, too.
The 49ers and Eagles kick off on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 4:25 p.m. from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.