When is the Eagles vs 49ers?
The Eagles-49ers game will be played on Sunday (September 19). The game will kick off at 1 PM EDT.
Where is the Eagles vs 49ers game?
Lincoln Financial Field in Pennsylvania will host the Eagles-49ers clash.
How to live stream Eagles vs 49ers game?
NFL fans can live stream the game on Hulu and Sling TV. CBS will broadcast the game as well as ESPN and ABC.
San Francisco may not have a star-studded squad like the Eagles, but where they do stand out is when you compare the quarterbacks of both sides.
Jimmy Garappola is certainly going to raise the stakes on the Sunday game.
He has what it takes to win games single-handedly and the 49ers will bank on the 29-year-old’s skills to notch early points.
Hence, the Niners are most likely to prevail in the road game.
Shanahan talks about Trey lance’s chances in coming season
Niners coach Kyle Shanahan has confirmed what had already been circulating on social media about Trey Lance for a while.
“Trey’s going to play for us this year. I know you guys are all running to Twitter on that. Situationally, he’s going to get plays. That doesn’t mean that he’s going to be the starter or anything, but he’s going to get plays and you’ve got to prepare him for that every way possible,” Shanahan explained.
He was speaking to the official NFL website.
In a separate interview to the 49erswebzone, when asked if he is trying to rush OL Mike McGlinchey since DL Dee Ford is out there, the 49ers coach said: “Not much. I just, we know what he can do, so I’m just hoping he keeps coming out there without any setback.”
“So, Dee has played in this league long enough, so I’m just hoping that anytime the back is like it’s been for the last couple of years, I just hope it doesn’t act back up.”
As for the run games, Kyle Shanahan felt that “it’s a work in progress”. He said: “You have some good things and you have some, I think our guys are getting better at blocking. I think our guys are running better. You try to do some things schematically and stuff where you’re going into pressures and things like that, that you’ve got to clean up. We had a couple of balls on the ground today, which is never good. Anytime you’re doing that, you’ve got to back it up.”
Nonetheless, the Niners coach said that he is satisfied with the way the camp has been progressing. Guys are working, which is what you expect in camp. Hopefully it’ll keep getting better.
The coach was all praise forRB Trey Sermon who seems to have impressed everyone as a pass catcher and route runner. “I think he’s done a hell of a job. He didn’t do a ton of it in college. But just out here, I mean, we work on that with everybody, regardless of if they’re one of the better guys or not at it. I feel like his hands have been good.”