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49ers at Saints, Week 10: TV coverage map, radio, announcers, stats, more

Nov 11, 2020 at 9:48 AM--

The New Orleans Saints will host the San Francisco 49ers at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on Sunday, November 15 at 1:25 p.m. PT.

The game can be viewed on television by those within the areas designated on the coverage 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, assuming local restrictions allow it.

Television Broadcast

Network: FOX
NFL Sunday Ticket DirecTV: Ch. 715
Play-By-Play: Adam Amin
Color Analyst: Mark Schlereth
Sideline Reporter: Lindsay Czarniak

Coverage map courtesy of

49ers Radio Network

Broadcast crew: Greg Papa, Tim Ryan

KNBR (680 AM - San Francisco)
KGO (810 AM - San Francisco)
KSAN (107.7 FM - San Francisco)
KFIG (1430 AM - Fresno)
KRKC (1490 AM - King City)
KION (1460 AM - Monterey/Salinas)
KRHQ (102.3 FM - Palm Springs)
KKXS (96.1 FM - Redding)
KIFM (1130 AM - Sacramento)
KKJL (1400 AM - San Luis Obispo)
KJDX (93.3 FM - Susanville)
KBOY (95.7 FM - Medford, 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: Kyle Shanahan
Saints: Sean Payton

Series Highlights

Matchups: 77
Series Record: 49ers lead series 49-26-2
49ers Home Record vs. Saints: 49ers lead series 23-12-2
49ers Away Record vs. Saints: 49ers lead series 26-14
First Meeting: 10/22/67, 49ers win 27-13, at SF
Last Meeting: 12/8/19, 49ers win 48-46, at NO
Current Streak: Won 1
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 8 (9/15/74 – 11/27/77)
Longest Saints Win Streak: 6 (10/20/02 – 9/20/10)
Most 49ers Points: 48 (12/8/19): 49ers win 48-46, at NO
Most Saints Points: 46 (12/8/19): Saints loss 46-48, at NO
49ers Shutouts: 5 (Last 1/6/02), 49ers win 38-0, at NO
Saints Shutouts: None

By the Numbers

The following statistics have been provided by the 49ers Communications staff.

The 49ers offense has generated 131 plays that have gone for 10-or-more yards (rushing and receiving), the fifth-most in the NFL this season (Dal. - 150, KC - 145, Atl. - 138, Buf. - 137).

In last season's matchup between the 49ers and Saints, San Francisco defeated New Orleans 48-46. The 49ers' 48 points scored were the most by San Francisco in the series history between the two franchises.

Last week versus Green Bay, wide receiver Richie James registered three receptions that went for 40-or-more yards. He became the first player with at least three receptions of 40-or-more yards in the NFL since Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (3 at NYJ on 12/3/17) and the first member of the 49ers to do so since wide receiver Jerry Rice (3 vs. Min. on 12/18/95).

Linebacker Fred Warner is the only player in the NFL with 65-or-more tackles (74), two-or-more passes defensed (3), and two-or-more interceptions (2) this season.

Game Averages (Rank)

49ers Saints
25.0 (18th)
Offense Pts
30.5 (4th)
255 (17th)
Offense Pass
268 (9th)
119 (12th)
Offense Rush
121 (11th)
23.0 (10th)
Defense Pts Allowed
25.0 (14th)
218 (8th)
Defense Pass Allowed
231 (12th)
106 (10th)
Defense Rush Allowed
80 (2nd)
-3 (22nd)
Takeaway Diff.
+2 (13th)

Individual Statistics

Team Leaders
Jimmy Garoppolo, SF 94/140, 1,096 yds, 7 TDs
Drew Brees, NO 211/285, 2,120 yds, 17 TDs
George Kittle, SF 37 rec, 474 yds, 2 TDs
Alvin Kamara, NO 60 rec, 565 yds, 3 TDs
Raheem Mostert, SF 51 rush, 303 yds, 1 TD
Alvin Kamara, NO 96 rush, 471 yds, 5 TDs

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