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49ers-Cowboys: How to watch, stream, and listen to the Wild-Card matchup

Jan 12, 2022 at 8:07 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers return to the postseason for the second time in three seasons. They will travel to Arlington, Texas, and take on the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC Wild Card Round. The two teams have previously met in the postseason seven times, with the 49ers winning the most recent matchup, a 38-28 victory in the 1994 NFC Championship Game.

The 49ers enter the postseason following a dramatic 27-24 overtime victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 18. The team finished with a 10-7 regular-season record. The 49ers overcame a deficit of 17-or-more points for the fourth time in the last 30 years and the first time since they erased a 20-point deficit at the Philadelphia Eagles in 2011. WR Deebo Samuel hauled in four catches for 95 yards, adding eight carries for 45 yards and one touchdown on the ground. He also threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to WR Jauan Jennings. Jennings registered career highs with six receptions for 94 yards and two touchdowns, while WR Brandon Aiyuk finished with six catches for a team-leading 107 receiving yards.

Defensively, DL Arik Armstead racked up seven tackles and a career-high 2.5 sacks on the day. DL D.J. Jones added 1.0 sack, with DL Nick Bosa, DL Arden Key, and LB Fred Warner each adding 0.5 sack. CB Emmanuel Moseley and CB Ambry Thomas intercepted Rams QB Matthew Stafford, with Thomas sealing the win for the 49ers in overtime.

K Robbie Gould connected on two field-goal attempts, including a 24-yarder in overtime. He also punted twice because Mitch Wishnowsky left the game with a concussion. Gould finished with an average of 45.0 yards per punt, including one downed inside the 20-yard line.

Here is everything you need to know to follow the upcoming game.

When does the game start?

Sunday, January 16 at 1:30 p.m. PT

Where is the game being played?

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

Who are the head coaches?

49ers: Kyle Shanahan
Cowboys: Mike McCarthy

What channel is the game on?

Network: CBS
Play-By-Play: Jim Nantz
Color Analyst: Tony Romo
Sideline Reporter: Tracy Wolfson

Network: Nickelodeon
Play-By-Play: Noah Eagle
Color Analyst: Nate Burleson & Gabrielle Nevaeh Green
Sideline Reporter: Dylan Gilmer

Where can I stream the game?

Platform: Amazon Prime Video
Play-By-Play: Hannah Storm
Color Analyst: Andrea Kremer

Where can I listen to the radio broadcast?

Bay Area fans can listen on KGO 810 AM and KSAN 107.7 FM The Bone, where Greg Papa and Tim Ryan will call the game.

Jesús Zárate and Carlos Yustis will call the came in Spanish. That broadcast can be listened to at 49ers.com/news/Espanol.

Dallas area fans can listen on KRLD 105.3 FM The Fan, where Brad Sham and Babe Laufenberg will call the game.

Nationally, fans can listen to the game via Westwood One Sports, where Spero Dedes and Tony Boselli will call the game.

NFL Game Pass subscribers can listen to the game through that service.

SIRIUS: 82 (SF), 81 (Dal.), 88 (National)
XM: 225 (SF), 226 (Dal.), 88 (National)
SXM App: 827 (SF), 808 (Dal.)

Game discussion

Fans can discuss the game within our Niner Talk forum.

How has this series played out historically?

Matchups: 37
Postseason Matchups: 7
Series Record: Cowboys lead series 19-17-1
Postseason Series Record: Cowboys lead series 5-2
49ers Home Record vs. Cowboys: Cowboys lead series 10-9
49ers Postseason Home Record vs. Cowboys: Cowboys lead series 3-2
49ers Away Record vs. Cowboys: Cowboys lead series 9-8-1
49ers Postseason Away Record vs. Cowboys: Cowboys lead series 2-0
First Meeting: 11/20/60, 49ers win 26-14, at Dal.
First Postseason Meeting: 1/3/71, Cowboys win 17-10, at SF (NFCC)
Last Meeting: 12/20/20, Cowboys win 41-33, at Dal.
Last Postseason Meeting: 1/15/95, 49ers win 38-28, at SF (NFC-C)
Current Streak: Lost 3
Current Postseason Streak: Won 1
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 6 (10/11/81 – 11/11/90)
Longest Postseason 49ers Win Streak: 1 - 2 times [Last 1/15/95,
49ers win 38-28, at SF (NFC-C)]
Longest Cowboys Win Streak: 5 (12/23/72 – 10/12/80)
Longest Postseason Cowboys Win Streak: 3 [(1/3/71), Cowboys win 17-10, at SF (NFC-C) - (12/23/72), Cowboys win 30-28, at SF (NFCD)]
Most 49ers Points: 45 (10/11/81): 49ers win 45-14, at SF
Most Postseason 49ers Points: 38, (1/15/95), 49ers win 38-28, at SF (NFC-C)
Most Cowboys Points: 59 (10/12/80): Cowboys win 59-14, at Dal.
Most Postseason Cowboys Points: 38, (1/23/94), Cowboys win 38-21, at Dal. (NFC-C)
49ers Shutouts: None
Postseason 49ers Shutouts: None
Cowboys Shutouts: None
Postseason Cowboys Shutouts: None

49ers Notes

  • SAN FRANCISCO clinched a playoff berth for the second time in the past three seasons (2019).
  • KYLE SHANAHAN led the 49ers to a Super Bowl LIV appearance after the 2019 season.
  • The 49ERS had five players selected to the 2022 Pro Bowl: DL NICK BOSA, FB KYLE JUSZCZYK, TE GEORGE KITTLE, WR DEEBO SAMUEL & T TRENT WILLIAMS.
  • SAN FRANCISCO ranked second in NFC in total defense (310 yards allowed per game), third in total offense (375.7 per game), and fourth in sacks (48).



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