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Teams to Watch this Sunday for 49ers Fans

Since the 49ers will be playing this Monday night, their fans may be curious as to which teams to watch on Sunday. Of course not all markets will be broadcasting every game. For those fortunate enough to have Sunday Ticket, here are some match-ups worth watching that may become relative down the stretch.

Kick-off: 10:00 AM FOX
Seattle Seahawks (2-3)   vs   Oakland Raiders (1-4)

The Seattle Seahawks are playing in London for the first time ever. After a heartbreaking defeat against the Los Angeles Rams at home (33-31), Pete Carrolls’ team is ready for redemption against the 1 and 4 Raiders. Marshawn Lynch looks forward to some trash talking against his old team. The two former AFC West rivals take the pitch at Wembley Stadium for the showdown.

The 49ers play the Raiders at home on Thurs, Nov 1, 5:20 pm
The 49ers play the Seahawks in Seattle Sun, Dec 2, 5:20 pm and at home Sun, Dec 16, 1:05 pm

Kick-off: 10:00 AM FOX
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-2)   vs   Atlanta Falcons (1-4)

This game may have some interest, as both teams can put up points, but find their defenses surrendering just as much. Sound familiar? The Buccaneers have given up an average of 34.75 points per game, that’s more than any other team in the league. The Falcons aren’t much better with an average of 32.6.

The 49ers play the Buccaneers in Tampa Bay, Sun, Nov 25, at 10:00 am

Kick-off: 10:00 AM FOX
Chicago Bears (3-1)   vs   Miami Dolphins (3-2)

The Chicago Bears return from their bye week to face the Miami Dolphins in South Florida. The Dolphins are on a two game losing streak and have been out scored 65-24 by two division leaders in the AFC, New England and Cincinnati. The Bears are in first place in the NFC North with Vic Fangio’s group ranking 2nd overall in total defense.

The 49ers play the Bears at home on Sun, Dec 23, 1:05 pm

Kick-off: 1:05 PM FOX
Los Angeles Rams (5-0)   vs   Denver Broncos (2-3)

The Los Angeles Rams leave the west coast for the first time all season to face the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium. For the second week in a row, the Rams will be challenged to stopping the run. The Broncos have been moving the ball very well using the one two punch combo of Rookie running backs Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman.

The 49ers play the Broncos at home Sun, Dec 9, 1:05 pm
The 49ers play the Rams at home Sun, Oct 21, 1:25 pm and in LA Sun, Dec 30, 1:25 pm


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