Report card: 49ers unbeaten in 2016 ... vs. the Rams

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Cowboys to host 49ers in Wild-card matchup on Sunday, Jan. 16 at 1:30 PM PT

By David Bonilla
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By David Bonilla
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49ers getting 3-points at the Cowboys, 2022 Wild Card betting odds and pick

By Winston Chung
Jan 11

The San Francisco 49ers saved their best for last, exhibiting the poise and resilience befitting of a playoff contender in their exhilarating, come-from-behind, overtime win in the Week 18 regular season finale on the road to clinch the six seed in the NFC playoffs. The Niners will now rekindle an old post-season rivalry when they travel to the 'Big D' to face the NFC East Champion Dallas Cowboys. Here we discuss the odds and analysis from a betting perspective. When: Sunday, January 16th, 2022 at 1:30 pm PT (CBS) Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas Line: 49ers +3, over/under 51 Dallas Cowboys The Dallas Cowboys finished the regular season 12-5 after a 51-26 drubbing of a Philadelphia Eagles team that was



49ers activate RB Trey Sermon off IR ahead of Wild-Card game vs. Cowboys

By David Bonilla
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The San Francisco 49ers announced that the team has activated running back Trey Sermon off of injured reserve ahead of Sunday's Wild-Card playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys. He landed on injured reserve on December 4 due to an ankle injury. The 49ers opened Sermon's practice window on December 21, 2020. Tuesday was the deadline to activate Sermon, 22, off of injured reserve, or he would have been done for the season. The 49ers made Sermon (6-0, 215) a third-round selection out of Ohio State in last year's draft. He has carried the football 41 times for 167 yards with a rushing touchdown while adding three receptions for 26 yards through nine game appearances and two starts this season. San Francisco enters the playoffs with a 10-7 record and is


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