The San Francisco 49ers will compete in at least four primetime games in 2014.
The 49ers will host two of those night games at the team’s new home, Levi’s® Stadium, and travel on the road for the other two national-TV tilts.
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There could also be more marquee games by way of the NFL’s flex schedule, which is now in play as early as Week 5 of the regular season, according to an NFL.com report.
San Francisco’s bright-light games begin on Sept. 14 in the team’s Week 2 home opener on “Sunday Night Football” against the Chicago Bears.
The 49ers lone appearance on “Monday Night Football” will be a Week 6 NFC West matchup against the St. Louis Rams.
San Francisco returns to primetime the following week, on Oct. 19, for a “Sunday Night Football” contest against Peyton Manning and the defending AFC champion Denver Broncos.
The 49ers close out primetime action in arguably the biggest game of the season, a Thanksgiving night home matchup against the Seattle Seahawks. The 49ers have never hosted a game on the holiday.
Dating back to 1970, San Francisco has a 67-33 record in primetime games. The 49ers also have a 40-15 record at home in such contests.
San Francisco is 10-3 in primetime under Jim Harbaugh. The club produced a 4-1 record in night games last season.
Which primetime game do you think is the biggest game of 2014?