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  • Sun., Oct. 27, 2013 10:00AM - 1:00PM PDT 49ers at Jaguars The 49ers will travel across the pond to battle the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, England on Sunday, October 27, at historic Wembley Stadium. The game marks the 11th time the 49ers will play on the international stage, and the third time in the regular season. The team’s most recent trip to the UK occurred on October 31, 2010, as the 49ers defeated the Denver Broncos, 24-16, in front of a sellout crowd of 83,941. The 49ers are 1-2 all-time against the Jaguars, having lost both road contests against the team.
  • Sun., Nov. 10, 2013 1:05PM - 4:05PM PST 49ers vs. Panthers Following a bye in Week 9, San Francisco will host the Carolina Panthers for the first time since 2004, on November 10. The Niners hold a 7-10 overall record against Carolina, including 3-5 at home.
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  • Mon., Nov. 25, 2013 5:40PM - 8:40PM PST 49ers at Redskins San Francisco will make its first appearance of the 2013 season on ESPN’s Monday Night Football at Washington on November 25. The 49ers hold an 18-10-1 edge in the all-time series against the Redskins, including a 19-11 victory at Washington in 2011.
  • Sun., Dec. 01, 2013 1:05PM - 4:05PM PST 49ers vs. Rams In Week 13, the 49ers return home to face divisional opponents in consecutive weeks. On December 1, the Niners host the Rams. The 49ers and Rams tied last season at Candlestick Park.
  • Sun., Dec. 08, 2013 1:25PM - 4:25PM PST 49ers vs. Seahawks Seattle will make the trek south to San Francisco the following week on December 8. The 49ers have won the last four home meetings against the Seahawks, including a 13-6 victory in 2012.
  • Sun., Dec. 15, 2013 10:00AM - 1:00PM PST 49ers at Buccaneers The 49ers hit the road for two of their final three regular season games, first traveling to Tampa Bay to face the Buccaneers on December 15. San Francisco leads the all-time series against the Buccaneers 16-5 and has edged out Tampa Bay 4-3 on the road. This marks the 49ers first trip to Tampa Bay since 2004.
  • Mon., Dec. 23, 2013 6:40PM - 9:40PM PST 49ers vs. Falcons San Francisco and Candlestick Park will be featured together in a nationally televised, prime time bout one last time during the regular season, as the 49ers play host to the Atlanta Falcons on ESPN’s Monday Night Football on December 23. The matchup will mark the 36th Monday Night Football game that Candlestick Park has hosted since opening in 1971, the most of any stadium in NFL history. San Francisco defeated the Falcons 28-24 in the NFC Championship Game last season, earning the franchise’s sixth Super Bowl appearance. The 49ers own the overall series 44-30-1, including a 26-11 mark at home.
  • Sun., Dec. 29, 2013 1:25PM - 4:25PM PST 49ers at Cardinals The 49ers wrap up the 2013 season with a trip to division-rival Arizona. The Niners own an 11-9 record on the road in the series, including a 24-3 victory last season on Monday Night Football.

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49ers ‘Fully-Loaded’ for Jaguars Matchup

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The San Francisco 49ers look "fully-loaded" for Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

LONDON – Jim Harbaugh is a major history buff and is looking forward to touring London, England on Saturday.

After a two-hour workout at Allianz Park, home of the Sacarens rugby club, the 49ers coach said his players and coaches would partake in a sightseeing tour of the largest city in Europe.

Harbaugh had yet to venture into London during the team’s week-long stay in Hertfordshire, England. Harbaugh and his staff have been in full preparation mode for Sunday’s NFL International Series matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Harbaugh, however, will take a break to see the historic city and hopefully learn more on former British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.

“He’s my favorite figures of all-time,” the 49ers own leader said. “As the decades go on, I think the world appreciates his leadership, his character.

“Hopefully getting a chance to see his War Room, that would be one of the highlights of my life to experience that.”

While speaking to the press, Harbaugh pulled out a scripted itinerary of places to visit. It was very much like the regimented portions of Friday’s final practice of the week.

The 49ers coach felt like the week in England was a positive for his 5-2 team.

“It’s gone well,” Harbaugh said. “Everybody has been very focused. The preparation has gone very good. The team is excited to play.”

Harbaugh is also pleased with the health of his team heading into Week 8 of the season.

“It’s a fully-loaded team that we brought over here,” the 49ers coach said. “Some guys that were working through some things, health-wise are good to go this week. We’re a healthy team.”

The 49ers are expecting a competitive game from a winless Jaguars team. Harbaugh hasn’t had to warn his players about overlooking this week’s opponent.
 
“I haven’t had to say anything along those lines,” he said.

Harbaugh believes the challenge of playing overseas against an unfamiliar opponent will give the 49ers another opportunity to reach their full potential.

“What we’ll strive to do is to play as hard as we can, as fast as we can, for as long as we can, and not worry,” Harbaugh said. “Hopefully we’ll play our best football, that’s what we’re really looking for. We’ve played good football, but I think we can play better.”

Harbaugh wants to take a page out of Churchill’s book.

“History will be kind to us because we intend to write it,” the 49ers coach said.


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