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Week 8: How to watch or listen to Panthers at 49ers

Oct 24, 2019 at 7:10 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers will host the Carolina Panthers at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, October 27 at 1:05 p.m. PT.

The game can be viewed on television by those in the areas depicted on the map below. 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. 714
Play-By-Play: Dick Stockton
Color Analyst: Mark Schlereth
Sideline Reporter: Jennifer Hale

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: 21
Series Record: Panthers lead series 13-8
49ers Home Record vs. Panthers: Panthers lead series 7-3
49ers Away Record vs. Panthers: Panthers lead series 6-5
First Meeting: 11/5/95, Panthers win 13-7, at SF
Last Meeting: 9/10/17, Panthers win 23-3, at SF
Current Streak: Lost 2
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 4 (9/29/97 – 12/6/98)
Longest Panthers Win Streak: 4 (10/17/99 – 10/22/00)
Most 49ers Points: 34 (9/29/97): 49ers win 34-21, at Car.
Most Panthers Points: 41 (12/18/99): Panthers win 41-24, at Car.
49ers Shutouts: None
Panthers Shutouts: None

By the Numbers


The 49ers are averaging 39.0 rushing attempts per game, the most in the NFL this season.

San Francisco's 10 points allowed over the last 3 Weeks are the fewest allowed by the team in a 3-game stretch since Weeks 14-16 of the 1987 season (7 points allowed).

The Niners look to start the season 7-0 for the first time since the 1990 season and the 2nd time in franchise history.

The 49ers defense has registered 3.0-or-more sacks in 5 games in 2019, tied for the most in the NFL (NYG - 5 games).

* Provided by the 49ers Communications staff

Game Averages (Rank)


Panthers 49ers
27.7 (5th)
Offense Pts
26.0 (11th)
353.0 (20th)
Offense Yds
387.2 (7th)
223.5 (22nd)
Offense Pass
214.5 (25th)
129.5 (9th)
Offense Rush
172.7 (2nd)
22.2 (15th)
Defense Pts Allowed
10.7 (2nd)
344.0 (12th)
Defense Yds Allowed
223.5 (2nd)
225.0 (7th)
Defense Pass Allowed
133.5 (1st)
119.0 (23rd)
Defense Rush Allowed
90.0 (8th)

Individual Statistics


Team Leaders
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Kyle Allen, CAR 122 80 901 7
Jimmy Garoppolo, SF 167 114 1314 7
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Christian McCaffrey, CAR 127 618 4.9 7
Matt Breida, SF 73 411 5.6 1
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
D.J. Moore, CAR 33 425 12.9 1
George Kittle, SF 34 376 11.1 1



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