2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
13-3, 1st in NFC West

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If the Chiefs beat the 49ers in the Super Bowl, they will become the fourth team to beat the top three rushing offenses in a single season en route to a Super Bowl title.

Clark critical of Ford's offsides penalty last season (0:47)
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9hAdam Teicher

Clark criticizes ex-Chief Ford over 'dumb penalty'

Frank Clark, the Kansas City Chiefs' top edge pass-rusher, said Tuesday that he's "not really too fond'' of the team's former DE, Dee Ford, who now plays for the 49ers.

Stephen A.: No way in hell Jimmy G outplays Mahomes (1:52)
Sherman: I just want to be the best in my era (1:09)
Manning shows how 49ers used Packers sweep (1:05)
Sherman disappointed in Revis' antagonizing tweets (1:14)
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15hMackenzie Kraemer

Super Bowl LIV betting trends to know

The San Francisco 49ers are 5-0 ATS this season as an underdog. Here are the Super Bowl LIV betting trends to know.

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16hDavid Purdum

Survey: $6.8 billion could be bet on Super Bowl

The AGA estimates 3 million more American adults will have something riding on this year's Super Bowl than last year's game, either through the legal sports betting market, illegal bookmakers or more casually with friends and squares pools.

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21hNick Wagoner

49ers' Sowers: Being first woman in SB 'surreal'

On Sunday, 49ers offensive assistant Katie Sowers will become the first woman to coach in a Super Bowl. But as she told reporters on Monday: "Even though I'm the first, the most important thing is I'm not the last."

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1dNick Wagoner

Sherman, 49ers will be fueled by Kobe's legacy

As longtime friend Richard Sherman continued to come to grips with Kobe Bryant's death, San Francisco's outspoken cornerback promised that his 49ers are "gonna go out there and try to play some dominating ball, just like he wanted," in the Super Bowl.

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23hJeremy Fowler

Surf's down! Mostert deal forbids catching waves

San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert grew up surfing in his hometown of New Smyrna Beach, Florida, but he told ESPN on Monday that his new three-year, $8.7 million contract prohibits him from "extraordinary sports" such as surfing.

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1dNick Wagoner

Garoppolo: Brady texted me good luck, 'go win'

49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo told NFL Network that he received an encouraging text from his former Patriots teammate Tom Brady ahead of the biggest game of his career.

Sherman says the Mamba Mentality still lives on (0:46)
Garoppolo and Shanahan react to the death of Kobe Bryant (0:43)

Team Stats

Passing Yards237.013th
Rushing Yards144.12nd
Points For29.92nd
Points Against19.4