clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys: The Return Of "The Rivalry"

New, comments

49ers_logo_medium vs Th_cowboys_icon_medium

Date: September 18, 2011
Time: 1:05pm PST
Location: Bill Walsh Field @ Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA
Odds Shark Spread: +3, O/U 41
Weather: 75°F, 10mph WNW WindTV Broadcast: FOX - Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin
Radio: 107.7 The Bone, 680/1050 KNBR - Ted Robinson, Eric Davis, Rod Brooks
Spanish Radio: KIQI 1010-AM, KATD 990-AM - Armando Botello, Juan Carlos Sierra, Matias Godinez Melvin Moran
Cowboys Coverage: Blogging the Boys

Sports Bar Thread

Injuries
49ers: Questionable - FS Dashon Goldson (knee), Michael Crabtree (foot)

Cowboys: Out - CB Terence Newman (groin), CB Orlando Scandrick (ankle); Doubtful - OG Bill Nagy (neck); Questionable - WR Dez Bryant (knee); Probable - LB Anthony Spencer (shoulder), CB, Mike Jenkins (shoulder), WR Miles Austin (knee), TE Martellus Bennett (ankle), C Phil Costa (knee), OT Tyron Smith (knee)

Inactives
49ers: QB Scott Tolzien, WR Michael Crabtree, FS Dashon Goldson, OL Daniel Kilgore, OL Mike Person, DT Ian Williams, DE Demarcus Dobbs

Cowboys: QB Stephen McGee, CB Terence Newman, CB Orlando Scandrick, OG Bill Nagy, WR Dez Bryant, OG David Arkin, DE Clifton Geathers

The 49ers and Cowboys have a rivalry that has cooled in recent years as one or both teams has struggled at times. Both teams have question marks in 2011 and will look to this game to get on track. The 49ers did win last week but they left a lot of points on the board and continued to struggle with a conservative gameplan on offense. The Cowboys looked ready to roll out of New York with a big opening win against the Jets but Tony Romo imploded in the fourth quarter. A win would be huge for both teams at this early juncture. Let's hope the 49ers can take care of business.

GO NINERS!