You can catch Sunday afternoon’s game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the San Francisco 49ers from Lincoln Financial Field on television, radio and online, and we’ve got the information on how you can do so.
Once upon a time a very wise man said that the San Francisco 49ers didn’t just wear gold as one of their team colors. They had actually created a “Gold Standard”. Okay, maybe it wasn’t a wise man. Come to think about It, that was actually said on one of those Madden video games, but you get the idea. Here we are. It’s Week 8 of the 2017 NFL schedule, and the 49ers head east for a 1:00 PM meeting with the Philadelphia Eagles.
San Fran is a long way from that gold standard we just mentioned. They’re, actually, still in search of their first win. To be honest, this is a game the Eagles should win. If they lose, it will be one of the biggest upsets of the week. There should be no pressure though. If Philly plays the way they’re capable of playing, they should win this one going away.
Here’s how you can access Sunday afternoon’s game:
Live and on television:
More from Inside the Iggles
- Eagles captains earn high praise on roster blending veteran leadership, youth
- How former Eagles star Cre’Von LeBlanc helped Renegades upstage Cowboys
- Eagles 2023 schedule: Every WR duo Darius Slay, James Bradberry will battle
- Imagining better names for Jason Kelce’s Good Guy Award
- Bold predictions for the Philadelphia Eagles offense in 2023
Date: Sunday, October 29th
Start Time: 1:00 PM EST
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field
TV: WTXF FOX29 in Philadelphia (live), KTVU FOX2 in San Francisco (if watching locally in the Bay area), or you can watch on DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. That’s the best way for most out of market viewers. There’s also a Sunday Ticket App for cellular streaming.
Online Stream: NFL Game Pass (They have a seven-day free trial) or on fuboTV (They have a seven-day free trial as well).
The Fox Broadcast:
The game will air at 1 P.M. EST (10 A.M. PST) on Fox and will be called by Kenny Albert and Charles Davis. Pam Oliver will handle the sideline reporting.
Local Radio Outlets:
If you can’t watch the game live and you live in the Philadelphia area, you can always tune into SportsRadio 94 WIP-FM. The radio call, as always, will be handled by the legendary Merrill Reese with Mike Quick handling the color commentary. Howard Eskin will handle the sideline reporting. For a full list of WIP-FM show listings, click here.
If listening in or around San Francisco, tune into KNBR 680 (AM) or “The Bone” 107.7 (FM)
As of Sunday morning, October 29th at 9:30 AM EST, the Eagles, per sportsbookreview.com, are favored on most of the oddsmakers’ platforms. JUSTBET, BETONLINE, BOVADA and youwager see Philadelphia as 13-point favorites. HERITAGE and 5DIMES see the Eagles as 12-point favorites.
Eagles 34 -49ers 17