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If San Francisco takes care of Arizona as expected Thursday night, it will end a surprising streak in this NFC West rivalry. The Cardinals have won eight straight games over the 49ers, bringing the all-time series to 29-26 in favor of San Francisco. 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan also is 0-4 against the Cardinals.
Below is all the info you need to watch “Thursday Night Football” this week, including the TV channel and kickoff time for 49ers vs. Cardinals.
Who plays on Thursday Night Football tonight?
- San Francisco 49ers at Arizona Cardinals
- Kickoff time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Pick against the spread: This is a battle of No. 1 overall pick Kyler Murray and No. 2 overall pick Nick Bosa. The 49ers’ rookie defensive end is red-hot getting to the passer. The Cardinals’ rookie quarterback has seen his pass protection have issues and he’s shorthanded on weapons with top running backs, David Johnson and Chase Edmonds on track to miss the game and newcomer Kenyan Drake stuck in a bad matchup. The 49ers will keep this simple, dominating on both lines of scrimmage as their backs and offensive line smash in the running game to set up the teeing off on the other side of the ball. Pick: 49ers win 24-10 and cover the spread.
Straight-up prediction: This is a mismatch in pretty much every area. The only element of this matchup that works in the Cardinals’ favor is their quick-release passing game potentially neutralizing the 49ers’ pass rush, but as Bosa proved last week, even little passes out of the backfield can’t be considered safe against this defense. On the other side of the ball, Arizona can’t stop San Francisco’s balanced attack. The NFC’s only undefeated team will roll on a short week. Prediction: 49ers 30, Cardinals 16.
What channel is Thursday Night Football on?
- TV channel (national): NFL Network, Fox
- TV channel (San Francisco): KTVU
- TV channel (Phoenix): KSAV
- Live stream: Amazon Prime
“Thursday Night Football” broadcast rights in 2019 are shared between Fox, NFL Network and Amazon Prime.
The 2019 NFL season will be the 100th season of the National Football League (NFL). The season will begin on September 5, 2019 with the NFL Kickoff Game with the Chicago Bears hosting the Green Bay Packers. The season will conclude with Super Bowl LIV, the league’s championship game, scheduled for February 2, 2020, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida.