What time is the NFL game today? Schedule, TV Channel, kick-off time, and How to watch Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

It's a repeat of last season's NFC Championship game.


What time is the NFL game today? Schedule, TV Channel, kick-off time, and How to watch Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers

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The San Francisco 49ers (8-3) will travel to Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, December 3, for the late kickoff against the Philadelphia Eagles (10-1). It’s a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship game, which the 49ers lost.

To their credit, the Eagles are on a five-game winning streak and will need some power to stop them. However, compared to last year, most of their victories have been narrow wins. One great example would be the Buffalo Bills game, which they could have lost if Josh Allen had connected with Gabe Davis. Then there was the Chiefs game, in which they scraped past due to several fumbles by Kansas players.

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On the other hand, the 49ers seemed to have rediscovered their early-season winning momentum after losing three straight games. Their asset is undoubtedly their offense. Philadelphia needs to be wary because San Francisco will have a full-strength squad after a while. The biggest fear should be keeping Christian McCaffrey quiet as much as possible. He has been electrifying, to say the least, securing 11 touchdowns and being 61 shy of 1,000 rushing yards.

What time is the NFL game tonight?

  • Game: Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers
  • Day: Sunday, December 3
  • Time: 4:25 p.m. ET (3:20 p.m. CT)
  • Venue: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Sunday, December 3, game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the San Francisco 49ers will take place at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at 4:25 p.m. ET (3:20 p.m. CT).

What time is the NFL game today? Schedule, TV Channel, kick-off time, and How to watch Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers
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What channel is Sunday Night Football on tonight?

Television:

  • Game: Eagles vs. 49ers
  • Date: Sunday, December 3
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Play-by-play: Kevin Burkhardt
  • Color Analyst: Greg Olsen
  • Sideline Reporters: Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi

The Sunday, December 3, game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the San Francisco 49ers will be broadcast on FOX Sports. 

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Radio:

Merrill Reese and Mike Quick will be present at Lincoln Financial Field to provide every second of the Sunday night game. Tune into SportsRadio 94WIP.

SiriusXM NFL Radio will also carry the game on select channels. 82 or 227 for the Eagles and 83 or 382 for the 49ers.

NFL live streaming for the Sunday night game

The NFL game between the Eagles and 49ers can be viewed live on Paramount+. There’s one month free for new subscribers, or Paramount+ Essential, for $1.99/month for 3 months, $59.99 billed annually.

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Watch Broncos vs. Texans on FUBO TV, which is free for the first month. New subscribers can save $40 on Fubo’s Pro, Elite, and Premier plans.

There’s also DAZN, which will stream every NFL game.

NFL Odds and Betting Lines for the Philadelphia Eagles vs. San Francisco 49ers Game

Here are the betting lines and odds for the Eagles vs. 49ers game provided by BetMGM.

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  • Moneyline (ML): 49ers -155 (bet $155 to win $100) | Eagles +130 (bet $100 to win $130)
  • Against the spread (ATS): 49ers -3 (-110) | Eagles +3 (-110)
  • Over/Under (O/U): 48 (O: -110, U: -110)

Predicted line-up for the Philadelphia Eagles vs. the San Francisco 49ers

Philadelphia Eagles:

Offense: Jalen Hurts (quarterback), A.J. BrownD’Andre SwiftDeVonta SmithJulio JonesKenneth Gainwell, Dallas Goedert, and Jack Stoll

Defense: Kevin ByardReed Blankenship, Jason KelceZach CunninghamBradley RobyDarius SlayNicholas Morrow, and Haason Reddick

Kicker: Jake Elliot

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Punter: Branden Mann

San Francisco 49ers:

Offense: Brock Purdy (quarterback), George Kittle, Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk, Kyle Juszczyk, Jauan Jennings, and Elijah Mitchell.

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Defense: Fred Warner, Nick Bosa, Javon Hargrave, Arik Armstead, Oren Burks, Randy Gregory, Ambry Thomas, Jordan Mason, Dre Greenlaw, and Deommodore Lenoir

Kicker: Jake Moody

Punter: Mitch Wishnowsky

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Why can the Philadelphia Eagles win?

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts is in the running for the NFL MVP award, and there’s a good reason behind it. He is one of the few QBs in the league who can be considered a dual threat. Not only has he had 18 passing touchdowns, but Hurts has also run the ball 11 times over the endzone (the most by any QB in 2023).

Hurts will be on the hunt for his #1 receiver, AJ Brown, and also DeVonta Smith, with whom he has an 11-3 TD-INT ratio. But Brown has been quite consistent for a few games, combining for just 111 yards. Tight end Dallas Goedert has taken his place. Philadelphia has one of the best-run defenses in the league that can overpower any opposition.

Why can the San Francisco 49ers win?

In three games since their bye week, the 49ers have won by a margin of 31, 13, and 18 points. Although McCaffrey’s rushing touchdown streak came to an end, his red-hot form will keep the Eagles’ defense on their toes.

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Then there’s Brock Purdy, who continues to prove the doubters wrong. The second-year quarterback is just under 250 yards shy of reaching 3,000 passing yards in 2023. He has 19 touchdowns and thrown only six picks, with a passer rating of 112.6.

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