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Week 1 Sept. 9 Jacksonville Win 26-23 (OT) Week 2 Sept. 16 at Indy Loss 23-20 Week 3 Sept. 23 San Fran. Noon Ch. 9 Week 4 Sept. 30 at Detroit Noon Ch. 9 Week 5 Oct. 7 Tennessee 3:25 p.m. Ch. 4 Week 6 Oct. 14 at Washington 3:25 p.m. Ch. 9 Week 7 Oct. 21 Arizona Noon Ch. 9 Week 8 Oct. 25 Tampa Bay 7:20 p.m. NFL Network Week 9 Nov. 4 at Seattle 3:05 p.m. Ch. 9 Week 10 Nov. 11 Detroit Noon Ch. 9 Week 11 Nov. 18 Bye Week 12 Nov. 25 at Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 13 Dec. 2 at Green Bay Noon Ch. 9 Week 14 Dec. 9 Chicago Noon Ch. 9 Week 15 Dec. 16 at St. Louis Noon Ch. 9 Week 16 Dec. 23 at Houston Noon Ch. 9 Week 17 Dec. 30 Green Bay Noon Ch. 9

Chart: A look ahead to the 49ers

  • September 16, 2012 - 11:44 PM

NEXT OPPONENT:

SAN FRANCISCO

The 49ers, who lost the NFC Championship Game to the Giants in overtime in January, opened the season by beating the Packers in Green Bay last weekend.

49ERS WEEK 2

San Francisco 27, Detroit 19

The 49ers defense didn't allow a TD until the final 1:29, holding Matthew Stafford to 230 yards passing, and tight end Vernon Davis caught two TD passes in an efficient victory over the Lions.

WHAT TO WATCH FOR

Randy Moss, what else?

No matter what Randy Moss does, Vikings fans seem to have a soft spot in their hearts for him. After a season off, he's making a comeback with San Francisco as a reserve wideout.

OUTLOOK

San Francisco clearly has one of the most powerful, and best defensive, teams in the league. The Vikings will be hard pressed to move the ball offensively. Outlook: Horns down

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