San Francisco 49ers at Baltimore Ravens on ‘Thursday Night Football’ November 24 at 8:00 PM ET
On Saturday, November 26 at 8:00 PM ET, experience an NFL game in a way only NFL Network can bring you on Sound FX: Thursday Night Football Special Edition 49ers vs. Ravens, an exclusive one-hour “all-sound” cut down version of the Thanksgiving Day Thursday Night Football game between the division-leading San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens.
Produced by NFL Films, the show offers a unique look into the first-ever meeting between NFL head coaching brothers, featuring more than a dozen players and coaches wired for sound throughout the game.
Additionally, Sound FX: Thursday Night Football Special Edition 49ers vs. Ravens includes 17 all-access cameras dedicated to capturing sights and sounds from the field, sidelines and coaching booth, bringing viewers a multitude of elements that are not provided in a regular NFL broadcast and allowing fans to experience the game in a unique way.
It is the second consecutive year of the once-a-season show. Last season’s Sound FX: Cincinnati Bengals at New York Jets, won a 2010 Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Event Turnaround.
For a clip from last year’s Sound FX featuring Jets head coach Rex Ryan, please visit the following link:
A first-ever Thanksgiving edition of NFL GameDay Morning kicks off the day’s coverage on NFL Network at 10:00 AM ET, with host Rich Eisen and analysts Steve Mariucci, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders previewing the day’s games and what is to come in Week 12 live from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
At 7:00 PM ET, Thursday Night Kickoff Presented by Sears takes viewers right up to kickoff between the 49ers-Ravens, and features a special edition of The Season: A Biography on the Harbaugh Family.
For the first time in NFL history, two brothers will be facing each other as head coaches, with Jim Harbaugh leading the 9-1 San Francisco 49ers into Baltimore to face John Harbaugh and the 7-3 Ravens at 8:00 PM ET. Brad Nessler provides the play-by-play and Mike Mayock serves as game analyst. Alex Flanagan provides reports from the sidelines.
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