The San Francisco 49ers play their final road game of the 2016 season as they head down to Los Angeles to continue “reigniting” their California rivalry with the Rams. Reignite is probably not the proper term given how bad these teams are, but it’s sort of football, so that’s something. The game kicks off at 1:25 p.m. PT on FOX, with Chris Myers and Ronde Barber in the booth, and Peter Schrager on the sideline.
The folks at 506sports.com are back with their weekly broadcast maps. Their maps cover the entire United States, and accurately portray who can watch each NFL game. The game is entirely a regional broadcast. FOX has the doubleheader coverage this week, and that means enough games to spread around that 49ers-Rams gets only regional coverage. And it’s tiny coverage for sure. Here’s a look at where the game will be broadcast.
1. California - Everywhere but San Diego
2. Nevada - Reno market
3. Oregon - Southern portion
Yep. That’s it.
There are not many international viewing options, as some of our resources have gone away. If you know of an international broadcast option, let us know in the comments.
United Kingdom: Just NFL Game Pass (per NFL UK). SkySports will broadcast Dolphins-Bills at 6:00 p.m. GMT, Colts-Raiders at 9:05 p.m., and Bengals-Texans at 1:25 a.m. as the “Saturday Night Football” game.
Armed Forces Network-Europe: No 49ers broadcast - in early slot, airing Vikings-Packers on the "Sports" channel, and Dolphins-Bills on "Sport2"; in late slot, airing Bucs-Saints on "Sports" and Colts-Raiders on "Sport2"; Bengals-Texans SNF airing on "Sports."
Canada: Our friends at A Rouge Point do not appear to be updating anymore :(
Far East: Our friends at All Sports Network TV are still updating their website, so I am not sure if it is playing.