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. … NFL live stream: how to watch every 2019-20 regular season football game The Vikings and Seahawks close out an unpredictable Week 13 on Monday Night Football at CenturyLink Field. Given some of the week’s developments thus far, we could be in for a wild finish to the first football weekend of December. The theme for Sunday could have been Revenge of the Bullied, as the doormats of either conference were on the right side of the score for a change.
The Dolphins played the spoiler role to perfection against the Eagles with a shocking 37-31 win against a Philadelphia squad that was essentially playing for its postseason life. Meanwhile, rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins led the Redskins into Carolina and emerged with a surprising road victory, likely dashing the hopes of another NFC playoff hopeful. And the Bengals commemorated veteran Andy Dalton’s return to the starting quarterback job with a 22-6 win over a perplexing Jets team.
Other notable results included the Bills’ impressive Thanksgiving road win against the Cowboys, the Ravens’ narrow win in a marquee interconference matchup against the 49ers, and the Texans handing the Patriots only their second loss of the season Sunday night.
As the stakes get even higher in Week 14, we’ll kick off with two underachieving squads in the Bears and Cowboys on Thursday night in a critical game for both teams’ playoff hopes. The headliner of the early window of games Sunday will be a Ravens-Bills showdown in Buffalo, while the Chiefs and Patriots are the main event of the second wave of contests. As far as the final two primetime matchups of the week, Sunday night’s Rams-Seahawks NFC West battle certainly holds more cache than the Giants-Eagles tilt 24 hours later.
Without further ado, here’s a live look at the lines at sportsbooks in the US as we begin looking toward Week 14. Leading rusher Matt Breida is scheduled to return to action on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints after missing three games with an ankle sprain. Raheem Mostert is coming off a 146-yard day, the best game from a 49ers running back in three years. But what kind of role will he play on Sunday?
That question leads off this edition of the 49ers Mailbag: Coach Kyle Shanahan and his staff put a lot of discussion into how they are going to use their backs. Shanahan talks to his entire offensive staff, as well as quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, about which plays are best fits for which players.
Then, Shanahan’s in-game decisions are also influenced by which running back is having the most success.
“None of them are bad at anything, so whatever we end up going with, all of them have a chance, whatever play it is,” Shanahan said on 49ers Game Plan, which airs Saturday at 7 p.m. on NBC Bay Area and 9 p.m. on NBC Sports Bay Area.
“We definitely try to decide which one we prefer during the week. We go into the game with a plan, but then we always stick with what’s hot.”
Tevin Coleman has been getting the starting assignments. It remains to be seen if that will continue, but Breida and Mostert should get their opportunities, too. I don’t know about using Daniel Brunskill for any trick plays, but it might not be a bad idea to mix him in for a series here and there to ease Joe Staley back into the action.
Staley has missed nine games this season, and Brunskill has shown to be a very effective player. It could be something along the lines of how the 49ers got Ahkello Witherspoon back into his starting role. At first, they had Witherspoon and Emmanuel Moseley sharing the playing time before Witherspoon was all the way back.