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Packers at 49ers, NFC Championship Game: TV, radio, announcers, stat comparison, more

Jan 15, 2020 at 7:00 AM--

The San Francisco 49ers will host the Green Bay Packers at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, January 19 at 3:40 p.m. PT in the NFC Championship Game.

The game can be viewed nationally on television. 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
Play-By-Play: Joe Buck
Color Analyst: Troy Aikman
Sideline Reporter: Erin Andrews
Sideline Reporter: Chris Myers

National Radio

Westwood One Sports (Find Station)
Play-By-Play: Kevin Kugler
Color Analyst: Kurt Warner
Sideline Reporter: Ross Tucker

West Coast Radio

Broadcast crew: Greg Papa, Tim Ryan

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: 68
Postseason Matchups: 7
Series Record: Packers lead series 36-31-1
Postseason Series Record: Packers lead series 4-3
49ers Home Record vs. Packers: 49ers lead series 19-12-1
49ers Postseason Home Record vs. Packers: Series tied 2-2
49ers Away Record vs. Packers: Packers lead series 24-12
49ers Postseason Away Record vs. Packers: Packers lead series 2-1
First Meeting: 11/26/50, Packers win 25-21, at GB
First Postseason Meeting: 1/6/96, Packers win 27-17, at SF (NFC-D)
Last Meeting: 11/24/19, 49ers win 37-8, at SF
Last Postseason Meeting: 1/5/14, 49ers win 23-20, at GB (NFC-WC)
Current Streak: Won 1
Current Postseason Streak: Won 2
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 7 (12/10/50 - 12/5/54)
Longest Postseason 49ers Win Streak: 2 (1/12/13 - 1/5/14)
Longest Packers Win Streak: 8 (10/14/96 - 12/5/10)
Longest Postseason Packers Win Streak: 3 (1/6/96 - 1/11/98)
Most 49ers Points: 48 - 2 times (Last 12/7/58, 49ers win 48-21, at SF)
Most Postseason 49ers Points: 45, (1/12/13), 49ers win 45-31, at SF (NFC-D)
Most Packers Points: 41, (10/23/60), 41-14, at GB
Most Postseason Packers Points: 35, (1/4/97), Packers win 35-14, at GB (NFC-D)
49ers Shutouts: 1, (12/5/54), 49ers win 35-0, at SF
Postseason 49ers Shutouts: None
Packers Shutouts: 2, Last 11/19/67, Packers win 13-0, at GB
Postseason Packers Shutouts: None

By the Numbers

Last week vs. Minnesota, the 49ers offense registered an eight-play, 44-yard drive that was capped off by a Tevin Coleman two-yard touchdown run, with all eight plays being runs. The last time the 49ers had a touchdown drive of eight-or-more plays in which every play was a running play was November 13, 1994, against Dallas, when head coach Kyle Shanahan's father, Mike, was calling plays for San Francisco.

The 49ers defense registered three-or-more sacks in 10 games throughout the 2019 regular season, tied for the most in the NFL (Rams, Steelers, Titans).

* Provided by the 49ers Communications staff

Regular Season Game Averages (Rank)

Packers 49ers
23.5 (15th)
Offense Pts
29.9 (2nd)
345.5 (18th)
Offense Yds
381.1 (4th)
233.3 (17th)
Offense Pass
237.0 (13th)
112.2 (15th)
Offense Rush
144.1 (2nd)
19.6 (9th)
Defense Pts Allowed
19.4 (8th)
352.6 (18th)
Defense Yds Allowed
281.8 (2nd)
232.6 (14th)
Defense Pass Allowed
169.2 (1st)
120.1 (23rd)
Defense Rush Allowed
112.6 (17th)

Individual Regular Season Statistics

Team Leaders
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Aaron Rodgers, GB 569 353 4002 26
Jimmy Garoppolo, SF 476 329 3978 27
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Aaron Jones, GB 236 1084 4.6 16
Raheem Mostert, SF 137 772 5.6 8
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
Davante Adams, GB 83 997 12.0 5
George Kittle, SF 85 1053 12.4 5

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