San Francisco 49ers vs. Carolina Panthers Live Stream: Watch Online Free 49ers vs. Panthers NFC Divisional Round Playoffs, Radio Stations [FOX TV]

( [email protected] ) Jan 12, 2014 07:47 AM EST

The San Francisco 49ers will be playing against the Carolina Panthers for the 2014 NFL (NFC divisional) Second Round Playoffs at 10:05 a.m. PT on Sunday, January 12, 2014. The 49ers will be visiting the Panthers at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Information on how and where to watch the 49ers vs. Panthers game on live stream online free can be found below.

Niners have won seven straight games, rolling into Carolina to attempt to make Panthers their eighth prize. The defending NFC champion hasn't turned the ball over since Week 14. They've averaged 30 points per game over the last three weeks.

San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick
Colin Kaepernick ran for a touchdown against Green Bay on Saturday in San Francisco. Mike Blake/Reuters

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick led San Francisco in the 23-20 win over the Green Bay Packers. He has turned to receiver Michael Crabtree, who caught eight passes with 125-yards outing in that game. Crabtree returned from an Achilles' Hill surgery and didn't immediately make an impact until game against the Packers.

Running back Frank Gore is considered the main engine that runs San Francisco's offense. He finished ninth in the NFL with 1,128 rushing yards, which brings his record of reaching more than 1,000 yards to seventh-time in his nine-year career.

Although the 49ers lost 10-9 to the Panthers in Week 10, the 49ers are in a different position with Crabtree back and Gore consistently outputting the rush yards.

Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton
Carolina Panthers' quarterback Cam Newton (1) runs with the ball against the New Orleans Saints during an NFL football game in Charlotte, North Carolina October 9, 2011.CREDIT: REUTERS/CHRIS KEANE

Panthers' Cam Newton will make his first postseason play, and he will be looking to wide receiver Steve Smith as his No. 1 wide receiver. While Smith certainly can catch passes and make plays, he hasn't fully recovered from a knee injury. Wide receiver Brandon LaFel and former 49er Ted Ginn will need to step up to gain an edge over San Francisco, whose defense has yielded a league-low of 14.9 points per game since Week 4.

The terrain at the Bank of America stadium will be rugged as Carolina is ranked 2nd and San Francisco 4th in rush defense. Success will most likely be determined by the passing game.

Panthers' Jordan Gross and 49ers' Joe Stanley were two of the best left tackles in the league this season. They will each face two of the league's most dominant pass rushers, 49ers linebacker Aldon smith and Carolina defensive end Greg Hardy.

49ers' fans can find the list of radio stations in its affiliate network here, and online radio live streaming broadcast stations here.

Panthers' fans can find the list of radio station networks here, and online radio live streaming broadcast here.

FOX Sports is televising and live streaming 49ers vs. Panthers playoff game. Through FOX Sports GO app, fans can watch the games directly from the website on their computer or through the app on their tablet device. The service is free through participating local TV providers.

FOX Sports GO will also live stream the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 19, and the Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, February 2, 2014.

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