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49ers-Packers: How to watch, stream, and listen to the Divisional Playoff matchup

Jan 19, 2022 at 11:02 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers return to the NFC Divisional Round for the second time in three seasons. They will travel to Green Bay and take on the Packers. This marks the ninth playoff matchup between the two teams, with the all-time postseason series tied at four wins each. San Francisco has won each of the past three playoff meetings against Green Bay.

The 49ers are coming off a 23-17 victory over the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. They were led by their rushing attack, as the team carried the ball 38 times for 169 yards and two touchdowns. RB Elijah Mitchell finished with 27 rushes for 96 yards and one touchdown and WR Deebo Samuel added 10 carries for 72 yards and one touchdown. Mitchell became the fourth 49ers rookie to register a rushing touchdown in the postseason. San Francisco's offensive line did not allow a sack on 25 passing attempts by QB Jimmy Garoppolo.

On defense, San Francisco sacked Cowboys QB Dak Prescott five times. DL Charles Omenihu had a team-high 1.5 sacks, DL Arik Armstead and DL D.J. Jones had 1.0 each, while DL Nick Bosa, DL Samson Ebukam, and DL Kevin Givens each added 0.5 sack. CB K'Waun Williams finished the game with two tackles and one interception of Prescott. Williams' INT led to Samuel's 26-yard touchdown run.

San Francisco's special teams was led by K Robbie Gould, who connected on field goals of 53, 52, and 40 yards. He is a perfect 18 of 18 in his postseason career, including a 10 of 10 mark with the 49ers. Gould's 53 and 52-yard field goals are the second and third-longest in 49ers postseason history.

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

When does the game start?

Saturday, January 22 at 5:15 p.m. PT

Where is the game being played?

Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin

Who are the head coaches?

49ers: Kyle Shanahan
Packers: Matt LaFleur

What channel is the game on?

Network: FOX
Play-By-Play: Joe Buck
Color Analyst: Troy Aikman
Sideline Reporter: Erin Andrews
Sideline Reporter: Tom Rinaldi

What areas will receive the broadcast?

The game will be broadcast nationally.

Where can I stream the game?

NFL Game Pass subscribers can stream the game in its entirety once the matchup has been completed. International fans can watch the game live.

Bay Area fans can stream the game through the official 49ers app or at 49ers.com. Fans can also stream the game for free within the Yahoo Sports and NFL apps, so long as the game is being broadcast locally.

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.

Milwaukee area fans can listen on WTMJ 620 AM, where Wayne Larrivee and Larry McCarren will call the game.

Nationally, fans can listen to the game via Westwood One Sports, where Kevin Harlan and James Lofton will call the game.

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

SIRIUS: 82 (SF), 81 (GB), 88 (National)
XM: 225 (SF), 226 (GB), 88 (National)
SXM App: 827 (SF), 811 (GB)

Live updates

There will be a game-day article here at 49ers Webzone providing live updates starting during pre-game action.

Game discussion

Fans can discuss the game within our Niner Talk forum.

How has this series played out historically?

Matchups: 71
Postseason Matchups: 8
Series Record: Packers lead series 38-32-1
Postseason Series Record: Series is tied 4-4
49ers Home Record vs. Packers: 49ers lead series 20-14-1
49ers Postseason Home Record vs. Packers: 49ers lead series 3-2
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: 9/26/21, Packers win 30-28, at SF
Last Postseason Meeting: 1/19/20, 49ers win 37-20, at SF (NFC-C)
Current Streak: Lost 2
Current Postseason Streak: Won 3
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 7 (12/10/50 - 12/5/54)
Longest Postseason 49ers Win Streak: 3 (1/12/13 - 1/19/20)
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

49ers Notes

  • SAN FRANCISCO clinched a playoff berth for 2nd time in the past 3 seasons (2019).
  • KYLE SHANAHAN led SF to SB LIV appearance after 2019 season.
  • The 49ERS had 5 players selected to the 2022 Pro Bowl: DL NICK BOSA, FB KYLE JUSZCZYK, TE GEORGE KITTLE, WR DEEBO SAMUEL, and T TRENT WILLIAMS.
  • SAN FRANCISCO ranked 2nd in the NFC in total defense (310 yards allowed per game), 3rd in total offense (375.7 per game), and 4th in sacks (48).

Packers Notes

  • GREEN BAY clinched the NFC North for the 3rd-straight season and became the 1st team ever to win 13+ games in 3 consecutive years.
  • PACKERS can become the 1st NFC team since SAN FRANCISCO (2011-13) to make 3 straight NFC Championship Games.
  • MATT LAFLEUR became the 1st head coach to win 39 regular-season games in his 1st 3 seasons as an NFL head coach.
  • GREEN BAY had 3 players selected to the 2022 Pro Bowl: WR DAVANTE ADAMS, DL KENNY CLARK, and QB AARON RODGERS.
  • The PACKERS were the only team with an undefeated record (8-0) at home during the 2021 regular season.



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