NFL Schedule: San Francisco 49ers vs Carolina Panthers Live Coverage - The San Francisco 49er were able to come up with a most coveted first victory of the season last week by showing an impressive game of their quarterbacks. Thus the Carolina Panthers is also ready now to face the 49ers in a Sunday Football match at the North Carolina.
Live at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, the match between the San Francisco 49ers vs Carolina Panthers wills start at exactly 1:00 pm ET, October 24, 2010.
Meanwhile, Alex Smith looks to help spoil Moore’s first start since Week 2 when the 49ers visit the Panthers on Sunday in a matchup between two of the league’s worst teams.
The 49ers have scored the third-fewest points in the league (15.5 ppg) and have an NFL-worst minus-eight turnover margin, with maligned triggerman Alex Smith’s nine interceptions the highest number among individuals at the moment.
They’re also two of the lowest-scoring, as San Francisco (1-5) ranks 30th with 15.5 points per game while Carolina (0-5) is last at 10.4 en route to its worst start since opening 0-7 in 1998.
On the other hand, Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith has practiced for a third straight day and is probable for Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers.
The Panthers are dead last in the NFL in scoring (10.4 ppg), total yards (236.0 ypg) and passing yards (136.4 ypg), and had their worst output in eight years in an ugly 23-6 home loss to Chicago just prior to the bye.
Moore has thrown for 342 yards, six interceptions and two touchdowns while completing 42.4 percent of his passes for a 33.3 quarterback rating.
Nevetheless, the Carolina holds an 9-7 edge in its all-time series with San Francisco and has won the last two meetings between the teams, the most recent being a 31-14 verdict in Charlotte during Week 13 of the 2007 season. Fox is 2-0 against the 49ers all-time, while Singletary will be opposing both Fox and the Panthers for the first time as a head coach.
The Panthers vs 49ers match will have a live coverage via FOX. You may now start checking your local channel listings now for the updated coverage schedule of the game and for your guide in watching the game.
GAME UPDATES: Panthers is leading against the 49ers during the 3rd quarter of the game (13-10).
With Smith watching in a sling, backup David Carr threw into double coverage with just over a minute left on Sunday. Richard Marshall’s interception led to John Kasay’s 37-yard field goal with 39 seconds left and the Panthers beat the 49ers 23-20 for their first win in six tries.
It made Moore, who threw for 308 yards and two scores after getting his starting job back, celebrate like the successful team in San Francisco, the Giants.