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San Francisco 49ers vs. Green Bay Packers Open Thread

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Date: November 22, 2009
Time: 10:00am PST
Location: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
Records: 49ers (4-5) Packers (5-4)
Bodoglife.com Spread: Packers -7; Over/Under 42; Money Line: 49ers +245, Packers -290 - The Packers are pretty big favorites after opening as 5.5 point favorites.
Weather: 47°F, 11mph S Wind
TV Broadcast: FOX - Thom Brenneman, Brian Billick
Westwood One Radio: Howard David, Dan Reeves

Radio: 107.7 The Bone, 680/1050 KNBR - Ted Robinson, Gary Plummer, Rod Brooks
Spanish Radio
: KIQI 1010-AM, KATD 990-AM - Mathias Godinez, Melvin Moran, Marcos Gutierrez
Packers Coverage:
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Week 11 Prediction Contest: Remember that if you didn't get in your 49ers prediction you can use the wildcard game on Sunday.

Sports Bar Thread

Injuries
49ers
: Out - CB Nate Clements (shoulder), OT Joe Staley (knee); Questionable - LB Takeo Spikes (shoulder); Probable - WR Isaac Bruce (ankle), RB Glen Coffee (concussion), S Michael Lewis (quadricep), RB Michael Robinson (stinger), WR Michael Crabtree (knee), DT Demetric Evans (shoulder), S Mark Roman (knee), DE Justin Smith (back), OT Adam Snyder (shoulder)

Packers: Doubtful - OT Allen Barbre (ankle); Questionable - G Evan Dietrich-Smith (ankle), RB Ahman Green (groin); Probable - LB Desmond Bishop (ankle), LB Brandon Chillar (hand), TE Jermichael Finley (knee), DE Cullen Jenkins (ankle), DE Johnny Jolly (back), LB Brad Jones (concussion), LB Aaron Kampman (concussion), RB John Kuhn (hand), LB Clay Matthews (jaw), LB Brady Poppinga (quadricep), T Mark Tauscher (knee), C Scott Wells (concussion), CB Charles Woodson (hip)

Inactives
49ers: QB Nate Davis, LB Takeo Spikes, WR Brandon Jones, C Cody Wallace, CB Keith Smith, DT Ricky Jean-Francois, OT Joe Staley, CB Nate Clements

Packers: WR Biren Ealy, RB Ahman Green, S Matt Giordano, OT Breno Giacomini, OT Allen Barbre, DE Michael Montgomery, LB Jeremy Thompson

We're back with just a monster game for the 49ers. A win puts them right in the thick of the wildcard race and of course keeps them in shouting distance of the Cardinals in the West. The 49ers face a tall task in a Packers team that has quite a few playmakers on defense, and of course a solid arm in Aaron Rodgers. This battle of the top two defenses in the NFL will go a long way for one team's playoff chances.

GO NINERS!