Fooch's Note: We've got your Week 5 inactive report. Some big names on it.
The San Francisco 49ers are back home for a Week 5 primetime showdown with the Houston Texans. The Sunday Night Football contest features a pair 2-2 teams looking to climb over .500. The 49ers snapped a two-game losing streak with a big win over the Rams, while the Texans are trying to bounce back from a late game collapse last week against the Seahawks.
This marks only the third time these two teams have squared off. The 49ers won the first matchup during the 2005 season, when they edged out Houston 20-17 in overtime on New Year's Day 2006. That game saw Frank Gore reach 100-yards rushing for the first time. The Texans won the 2009 follow-up, 24-21, in a game that saw Michael Crabtree make his 49ers debut.
The game kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Pacific time, and will be broadcast across the country on NBC. If you do not have a television, or are simply away from it through the evening, you can watch the game via free, live online stream at SNF All Access.
Here is a rundown of all the pertinent broadcast details, along with the final injury report, officials and more.
Game time: 5:30 p.m. (Pacific Time)
Location: Bill Walsh Field @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA
TV Channel: NBC
Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michelle Tafoya
Radio: KGO 810 AM, The Bone 107.7 FM; 49ers Radio Network - Ted Robinson, Eric Davis; Westwood One Sports - Kevin Kugler, James Lofton, Hub Arkush; Univision Radio Network - Raul Striker, Joaquin Duro; Spanish Radio KTRB 860 - Erwin Higueros, Jesus Zarate
Odds: 49ers favored by 6 1/2 points
Online streaming: SNF All Access (Live) NFL Rewind (Not Live)
Out: WR Quinton Patton (foot)
Questionable: CB Nnamdi Asomugha (knee), OT Anthony Davis (shoulder), TE Vernon Davis (hamstring), DT Ray McDonald (ankle, ankle), RB Bruce Miller (quadricep), CB Carlos Rogers (knee), DT Justin Smith (shoulder), LB Patrick Willis (groin)
Last time they played: Texans won 24-21 (10/25/2009)
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