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2019 Schedule
10-2, 1st in NFC West
Brees, Saints will overcome adversity to defeat 49ers (1:13)
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5hNick Wagoner

Sherman: 49ers analyst apologized to him, others

Radio analyst Tim Ryan offered a mea culpa to players and members of the 49ers organization Thursday for saying Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's dark skin helps him conceal a dark football when using fake handoffs in Baltimore's zone-read-heavy offense.

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AP among 8 finalists named for Rooney award

Finalists for the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award are Adrian Peterson, Calais Campbell, Thomas Davis Sr., T.Y. Hilton, Matthew Slater, Matthew Stafford, Joe Staley and Eric Weddle.

Stephen A.: Tim Ryan shouldn't lose his job over racial comments (1:03)
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1dNick Wagoner

49ers suspend analyst for QB Jackson comments

Radio analyst Tim Ryan was suspended for one game by the 49ers on Wednesday after making offensive comments on KNBR radio related to Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's skin color.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers Wednesday participation report: Did not participate - WR Dante Pettis (knee), S Jaquiski Tartt (ribs), DT Jullian Taylor (elbow). Limited participation - DE Dee Ford (quadricep, hamstring), DT D.J. Jones (ankle), TE George Kittle (knee, ankle), CB Richard Sherman (knee), T Joe Staley (finger). Full participation - RB Matt Breida (ankle), WR Deebo Samuel (shoulder), WR Emmanuel Sanders (ribs).

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers HC Kyle Shanahan said CB Richard Sherman (knee sprain), DT D.J. Jones (ankle sprain) and SS Jaquiski Tartt (rib fracture) will be day to day this week. Shanahan is optimistic that OT Joe Staley (finger), RB Matt Breida (ankle) and DE Dee Ford (hamstring) will return this week. Less so for WR Dante Pettis (knee). And DL Jullian Taylor (elbow) could miss a couple of weeks.

McAfee likes the Ravens to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl (1:17)

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers can go toe to toe with anyone in the league and if they can fix some of the correctable mistakes they made Sunday, beat anyone in the league. "(We) definitely played against a real good team but I was real happy with our guys and how they played," coach Kyle Shanahan said. "We had every chance to win that game. We came up a little bit short there at the end. Give credit to them. Hopefully, we can earn an opportunity to maybe get a chance to play them some other time again."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Strong pass blocking game for the Ravens today: a 76% pass block win rate vs. the 49ers. For context, the Packers entered the week with the best season-long PBWR of 68%. (ESPN stat, Next Gen Stats data)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

First half pass block win rates: Ravens: 64% 49ers: 33% (ESPN stat, NGS data)

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers exchanged blows with the Ravens and only trail 17-14 at the half but they also have themselves to blame for some costly mistakes that led directly to Baltimore points. Jimmy Garoppolo's fumble led to the Ravens' first touchdown and a pair of roughing the passer penalties led to 10 more points for the Ravens. Against lesser teams, those mistakes are easier to overcome but won't be against the high-powered Ravens. For the Niners to win this one, they'll have to cut down on the mistakes.

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4dJamison Hensley

Andrews answers Bosa, 'plants flag' after TD

Tight end Mark Andrews not only helped the Baltimore Ravens set a franchise record but he delivered a response to San Francisco 49ers pass-rusher Nick Bosa as well.

Team Stats

Passing Yards230.016th
Rushing Yards148.02nd
Points For29.12nd
Points Against15.3