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San Francisco 49ers vs. St. Louis Rams Open Thread

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Date: November 16, 2008
Time: 1:05pm PST
Location: Bill Walsh Field @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA
Records: 49ers (2-7) Rams (2-7)
Bodoglife.com Spread: 49ers -7; Over/Under 43.5; Money Line: 49ers -275, Rams +235 - 49ers win, but I'm torn as to whether they cover. I'd say take the under and 49ers to cover.
Weather: 70°, 20% chance of showers, Wind NE 3mph
TV Broadcast: FOX - Matt Vasgersian, J.C. Pearson, Nischelle Turner
Radio: 107.7 The Bone, 680/1050 KNBR - Joe Starkey, Gary Plummer, Rod Brooks
Spanish Radio: KIQI 1010-AM, KATD 990-AM - Fernando Arias and Ambrosio Rico
Rams Coverage: Turf Show Times

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Week 11 Prediction Contest - Remember that if you don't get predictions in for the morning games you can still enter predictions for later games and get credit. You get credit for any predictions entered by kickoff of the given game. So, if you forget today, you can still predict the MNF game.

Injuries
49ers: Probable - RB Frank Gore; Questionable - FS Mark Roman; Doubtful - OT Barry Sims, TE Delanie Walker; Out - S Dashon Goldson, WR Josh Morgan, WR Arnaz Battle

Rams: Probable - WR Derek Stanley, DT Adam Carriker, QB Trent Green, RB Antonio Pittman; Questionable - OT John Greco; Out - LB Chris Draft, CB Tye Hill, RB Steven Jackson, DE Eric Moore

I'm opening this up early for use as a morning game thread, so go to town with that. Make sure and check out today's Golden Nuggets and and Florida Danny's statistical preview comparing Steven Jackson and Frank Gore.

As for our 49ers, it's hard to know what to take from the game today. They're favored by a touchdown, so a win should be expected. Of course, given the performances over the last two months, a win is something none of us have always come to expect. So what we're looking for here is a quality performance against what most would consider an inferior opponent. Fewer turnovers on offense, more pressure on defense and a solid performance all around. I'm not sure yet if you want to hold your breath for that. Here's hoping for something solid.

GO NINERS!