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Week 2: How to watch or listen to 49ers at Bengals

Sep 11, 2019 at 4:34 PM--


The Cincinnati Bengals will host the San Francisco 49ers at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio on Sunday, September 15 at 10:00 a.m. PT (1:00 p.m. ET).

The game can be viewed on television by those in parts of California, Nevada, and the areas surrounding Cincinnati. Those who are outside of the broadcast areas will need NFL Sunday Ticket to view the game live.

You can also use our sports bar directory to find a place to watch the game or get last-minute ticket deals here.

Television Broadcast


Network: FOX
NFLST DirecTV: Ch. 711
Play-By-Play: Thom Brennaman
Color Analyst: Chris Spielman
Sideline Reporter: Shannon Spake

Coverage map courtesy of 506sports.com


West Coast Radio


Broadcast crew: Greg Papa, Tim Ryan, Dennis O'Donnell

KNBR (680 AM - San Francisco)
KGO (810 AM - San Francisco)
KSAN (107.7 FM - San Francisco)
KTHU (100.7 FM - Chico)
KATA (1340 AM - Eureka / Arcata)
KFIG (1430 AM - Fresno)
KNCO (830 AM - Grass Valley)
KRKC (1490 AM - King City)
KESP (970 AM - Modesto)
KION (1460 AM - Monterey / Salinas)
KPRL (1230 AM - Paso Robles)
KXXS (96.1 FM - Redding)
KIFM (1130 AM - Sacramento)
KWFN (97.3 FM - San Diego)
KKJL (1400 AM - San Luis Obispo)
KJDX (93.3 FM - Susanville)
KLAA (830 AM - Los Angeles)
KURY (95.3 FM - Brookings, OR)
KORE (1050 AM - Eugene, OR)
KBOY (95.7 FM - Medford, OR)
KPAM (860 AM - Portland/Salem, OR)
KMZQ (670 AM - Las Vegas, NV)
KPLY (630 AM - Reno, NV)
KPUA (670 AM - Hilo, HI)
KHKA (1500 AM - Honolulu, HI)
KAOI (1110 AM - Maui, HI)

49ers Webzone Coverage


The game will be covered on 49ers Webzone by writer Peter Panacy (@PeterPanacy).

Series Highlights


Matchups: 15
Series Record: 49ers lead series 11-4
49ers Home Record vs. Bengals: 49ers lead series 5-2
49ers Away Record vs. Bengals: 49ers lead series 4-2
First Meeting: 9/29/74, Bengals win 21-3, at SF
Last Meeting: 12/20/15, Bengals win 24-14, at SF
Current Streak: Lost 1
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 9 (10/1/78 – 10/20/96)
Longest Bengals Win Streak: 2 (12/5/99 – 12/14/03)
Most 49ers Points: 38 (12/14/03): Bengals win 41-38, at Cin.
Most Bengals Points: 44 (12/5/99): Bengals win 44-30, at Cin.
49ers Shutouts: None
Bengals Shutouts: None

By the Numbers


The 49ers defense registered three interceptions in Week 1 (two returned for touchdowns), which tied for the most in the NFL (Tennessee Titans).

San Francisco looks to start the season 2-0 for the first time since the 2012 season. The 49ers also aim for back-to-back road wins to start a season for the first time since the 1989 season.

DE Nick Bosa was one of three rookies in the NFL to register at least one sack in their NFL debut in Week 1 (Clelin Ferrell, Oakland - 1.0; Jahlani Tavai, Detroit – 1.0).

Jimmy Garoppolo's career .818 winning percentage (9-2) as a starter is the highest among active quarterbacks (minimum 10 starts).

The Niners offense was 1 of 5 teams in Week 1 without a three-and-out drive (Houston, Kansas City, New Orleans, New York Giants).

* Provided by the 49ers Communications staff

Game Averages (Rank)


49ers Bengals
31.0 (7th)
Offense Pts
20.0 (21st)
256.0 (27th)
Offense Yds
429.0 (10th)
158.0 (30th)
Offense Pass
395.0 (2nd)
98.0 (20th)
Offense Rush
34.0 (29th)
17.0 (9th)
Defense Pts Allowed
21.0 (13th)
295.0 (8th)
Defense Yds Allowed
233.0 (4th)
174.0 (7th)
Defense Pass Allowed
161.0 (4th)
121.0 (20th)
Defense Rush Allowed
72.0 (8th)

Individual Statistics


Team Leaders
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Jimmy Garoppolo, SF 27 18 166 1
Andy Dalton, CIN 51 35 418 2
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Raheem Mostert, SF 9 40 4.4 0
Giovani Bernard, CIN 7 21 3 0
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
George Kittle, SF 8 54 6.8 0
John Ross, CIN 7 158 22.6 2



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