2009 San Francisco 49ers schedule

Apr 14, 2009 at 4:24 PM--


On Tuesday, the NFL release the complete schedule for all 32 teams. The San Francisco 49ers will open up the season on the road against the defending NFC Champion Arizona Cardinals in an early division matchup.

*Preaseason*
TBA  Denver
TBA  Raiders
TBA  @Cowboys
TBA  @Chargers

*Regular Season*
Sun  9/13  1:15p  @Cardinals
Sun  9/20  1:05p  Seahawks
Sun  9/27  10:00a @Vikings
Sun  10/4  1:15p  Rams
Sun  10/11 1:05p  Falcons
BYE
Sun  10/25 10:00a @Texans
Sun  11/1  10:00a @Colts
Sun  11/8  1:15p  Titans
Thur 11/12 5:20p  Bears
Sun  11/22 10:00a @Packers
Sun  11/29 1:05p  Jaguars
Sun  12/6  1:15p  @Seahawks
Mon  12/14 6:30p  Cardinals
Sun  12/20 10:00a @Eagles
Sun  12/27 1:05p  Lions
Sun  1/3   10:00a @Rams





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