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2020 Schedule
4-3, 4th in NFC West

Can Ben Make Baltimore Eat Crow?

Mina and Arif Hasan of The Athletic look ahead to Steelers-Ravens and Patriots-Bills, discuss the Browns' offensive line, Kyle Shanahan scheming players open, and whether or not the Bucs are the best team in the NFL

Which team is best in the NFC West? (1:25)
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2dNick Wagoner

49ers lose Samuel, Wilson for multiple weeks

Just as the 49ers' offense was rounding into form, the team has lost wide receiver Deebo Samuel (hamstring strain) and running back Jeff Wilson Jr. (high ankle sprain) for multiple weeks due to injury.

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3dNick Wagoner

Jimmy G's winning return to N.E. caps 'cool week'

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo made a winning return to New England on Sunday in his first trip back to play the Patriots since the 2017 trade that sent him to the San Francisco 49ers.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers thoroughly dominated the Patriots in the first half, jumping to a 23-3 lead with a balanced offense and punishing defense. The way the game has gone, it's difficult to imagine the Patriots getting back in this game, especially if the 49ers can continue to pound away with the running game. Jeff Wilson Jr. has 14 carries for 92 yards and two touchdowns in the first half. More of that and the Niners have a strong chance to head back to the Bay Area at 4-3.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

As expected, 49ers LT Trent Williams (ankle) and RB Jeff Wilson Jr. (calf) are active for today's game against the Patriots.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

#49ers inactives: QB C.J. Beathard, LB Kwon Alexander (ankle), S Jaquiski Tartt (groin), S Jimmie Ward (quad), WR Dante Pettis, CB Parnell Motley.

Kittle's passion for wrestling translates onto the football field (3:02)
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4dNick Wagoner

49ers place RB Mostert (ankle) on injured reserve

The San Francisco 49ers placed running back Raheem Mostert, who suffered a high ankle sprain last Sunday, on injured reserve on Saturday, meaning he'll miss at least three games.


Hour 1: The Wentz Wagon

Keyshawn Johnson and Zubin Mehenti begin the show discussing the win from the Eagles on Thursday Night Football. The Eagles won an uneven game against the Giants and now sit atop the division. Is Carson Wentz the best QB in the division now that Dak Prescott is out for the season? Also, will the Patriots regret the Jimmy G trade when he comes to town this weekend? Eduardo Perez joins the show to discuss the World Series and what too look for during Game 3.

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7dNick Wagoner

Niners' Williams iffy for Pats; Sherman, Ford out

Trent Williams does not have a high ankle sprain and could play Sunday against the Patriots. Richard Sherman and Dee Ford, meanwhile, will remain on IR and could potentially return after the Niners' Week 11 bye.

Team Stats

Passing Yards244.921st
Rushing Yards137.78th
Points For25.916th
Points Against19.428th

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