2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
11-2, 1st in NFC West
Stephen A. still not ready to give Jimmy G high honors (1:32)
19h
Hasselbeck: Shanahan has the ability to win anywhere (1:09)
1d
Garoppolo throws 4 TDs in wild 49ers win (2:04)
2d

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Through the 4 p.m. games: there is now a 91% chance the No. 1 seed in the NFC will come from the West. 49ers: 60% Seahawks: 31% Saints: 8% Packers: 1%

Shanahan credits Kittle's play to get 49ers in field goal range (0:37)
1d

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

George Kittle's 39-yard reception (and the facemask penalty on the play) in the final minute had a win probability added of 69 percentage points — the biggest WPA play so far today.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers have what it takes to win in the most difficult situations, including in the super loud Superdome. After their two losses this season, the Niners insisted that the close calls would pay off down the line. Sunday's scintillating 48-46 win against the Saints proved them correct and showed that a Niners team that has leaned on its defense most of this season can win a shootout against another top contender. In the process, the Niners kept control of their future in the NFC playoff race.

2d

Garoppolo's 4 TD passes help 49ers top Saints, 48-46

Jimmy Garoppolo decisively delivered a fourth-down pass to George Kittle with time running out, and the veteran tight end vigorously galloped up the sideline, embracing an opportunity to defiantly jerk his head back and forth as a Saints defender...

Sanders falls down while making catch, recovers for 75-yard TD (0:33)
2d
Kittle's huge play leads to 49ers' game-winning FG (0:47)
2d

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers fell short twice on last second field goals earlier this season and insisted they'd be better for it. They were on Sunday as they battled back time and again to win a scintillating thriller 48-46 against New Orleans. At 11-2, the Niners remain in control of their position in the NFC playoff picture with the NFC West and top seed all within their grasp.

Sanders, Mostert link up on crafty TD pass for 49ers (0:16)
2d
Kittle dives for the TD (0:23)
2d

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers center Weston Richburg was taken to the locker room on a cart for right knee and ankle injuries. A return has already been ruled out for Richburg, which is a big blow for the Niners offense. Ben Garland is in for Richburg, a move that could turn into a long-term one barring some good news for Richburg upon further testing.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

An absolutely scintillating first half between the 49ers and Saints ended with the Niners up 28-27. The Niners defense had easily its worst performance of the season but it's been balanced by an offense that has had its best. The 49ers are averaging 14.5 yards per play and have scored touchdowns on four of five possessions. Coach Kyle Shanahan is locked in and so is his offense. It'll be up to the defense to make the corrections to get this huge win in the NFC playoff picture.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers inactives: SS Jaquiski Tartt (ribs), DL Jullian Taylor (elbow), WR Marquise Goodwin (knee, toe), QB C.J. Beathard, RB Jeff Wilson Jr., TE Levine Toilolo, WR Dante Pettis.

49ers vs. Saints (-2) (0:50)
2d

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers injury report for Sunday against New Orleans. OUT - DL Jullian Taylor (elbow), SS Jaquiski Tartt (ribs). QUESTIONABLE - OT Joe Staley (finger), WR Dante Pettis (knee), WR Marquise Goodwin (knee, toe). Everyone else is good to go.

Team Stats

Passing Yards239.513th
Rushing Yards149.12nd
Points For30.52nd
Points Against17.6