How to watch 49ers v. Cardinals Week 4: TV Channel, start time
Sep 30, 2023, 8:30 AM
On cloud 9 after a 3-0 start to the 2023 NFL season, the 49ers will look to make it four in a row when they face the Cardinals on Sunday.
The San Francisco 49ers face their second divisional opponent of the year in Week 4, with an intriguing Arizona team coming to town.
The Cardinals were thought to be tanking at the start of the year, cutting veteran quarterback Colt McCoy before Week 1. That left newcomer QB Joshua Dobbs to led the charge, propelling AZ to a 1-2 start this season. Their lone win came in Week 3, knocking off the Dallas Cowboys, 28-16. A team that has been competitive all year, now looks to take care of the 49ers on the road.
San Francisco currently leads the all-time series with Arizona at 34-29. The 49ers have a two-game winning streak over them at the moment, scoring 38 points against them in both 2022 showdowns.
The Red & Gold won’t be taking their divisonal foes lightly though, expecting to make a statement against former Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon.
San Francisco will be a little hampered this weekend though, with both wide receivers Deebo Samuel (ribs, knee) and Jauan Jennings (shin) in doubt to play in Week 4. The former is more likely to play than the later, taking it easy during the practice week to give himself the best chance to suit up Sunday.
“I feel pretty good…We’ll just see how I continue to progress for the next couple of days and then we’ll just see what happens,” Samuel stated Friday.
The 49ers will also be getting WR Brandon Aiyuk back on the field against the Cardinals, “good to go” after missing Week 3 with a shoulder issue.
“He had a real good week. Yeah, he’s good to go, off the injury report. Excited to have him back,” coach Kyle Shanahan said about Aiyuk.
49ers injury report:
Doubtful: Jauan Jennings (shin)
Questionable: Deebo Samuel (knee, rib), Elijah Mitchell (knee), Dre Greenlaw (ankle), Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles (ankle)
Full go: Brandon Aiyuk
— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) September 29, 2023
What time does the regular-season game start?
Kickoff is set for 1:25 p.m. PST on Sunday, Oct. 1st, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Where can I watch the game?
The game will air live on FOX. The broadcast team includes Kevin Kugler and Mark Sanchez in the booth, with Laura Okmin as the sideline reporter.
How to stream 49ers v. Rams online
Live stream: Fubo, NFL+
Upcoming San Francisco 49ers Schedule
- Sunday, October 1st vs. Arizona Cardinals – 1:25 PM PST
- Sunday, October 8th vs. Dallas Cowboys – 5:20 PM PST
- Sunday, October 15th @ Cleveland Browns – 10:00 AM PST
- M0nday, October 23rd – @ Minnesota Vikings – 5:15 PM PST
- Sunday, October 29th – vs. Cincinnati Bengals – 1:25 PM PST