Cowboys @ Giants live stream

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley warms up before an NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys, Monday, Nov. 4, 2019, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

This is the live stream for the Week 9 Monday night game between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants. Ryan Sakamoto and I will announce the game live on the HotMic App.

If you have an iPhone, you can download the app in the App Store using invite code COHN10 and sync our call to your television. If you don’t have an iPhone, you can watch the stream below. It’s about 10 seconds behind the television feed.

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  1. Daniel Jones is better than Dwayne Haskins, but still not very good. He stares directly at his receivers and if the first receiver isn’t open, forget it. Hopefully he learns how to scan the field. Also, if Pat Shurmur is calling the plays, he needs to fire himself. You can’t settle for field goals with Saquon Barkley on your team.

    1. Niners – 37
      SH -17

      It wont be that close. Niners will open up a considerable lead in the first and SH will score some junk points in the second versus a soft zone.

      1. Don’t underestimate Russell Wilson. He is having an MVP level year. Without Wilson the Seahawks have maybe 1 or 2 wins. His playmaking ability when he scrambles is special. The thing about Wilson is he plays under control even when he’s scrambling out of chaos. Always has his feet underneath him with amazing balance. Kyler Murray plays out of control on his scrambles and frequently loses his balance resulting in sacks. That won’t happen with Russell Wilson. I certainly am hoping for a blowout 49er win but I see more of a high scoring, back and forth type game.

        1. I agree regarding Wilson, but their running game is not good. We should be able to rush 4 and pressure Wilson. The key to this game will be Tart, Ward and Warner. If they have a good game/good tackling , Niners will be in good shape. If they play like the did on the Isabella 80 yard TD debacle … not good.

          1. If they play like the did on the Isabella 80 yard TD debacle … not good.

            Lesson learned I’m betting. Those guys won’t want Sherman, let alone Saleh, up in their grills.

            1. Yep, and Sherman doesn’t want Sherman up in his grill. After Mosley, Sherman was the most responsible for Isabella getting loose. He took an atrocious angle.

  2. I’m for a clean game and all, but I’d love to see Russell Wilson take a hit to the medic’s tent. Not career ending, not season ending, but certainly game ending. He reminds me of when I used to watch Fran Tarkenton run around the Niners like an annoying mosquito and all I wanted to see was for him to get plastered. Wilson is in the same camp.

    1. They said the same of a certain #8 in San Francisco.
      You may be too *Young* to remember. ;p
      I do not wish injury on my foes. Not becoming of me.

  3. Stories of injured players coming back—is it a blessing or a curse.

    In the absence of starting OT’s and Juice, Shanahan has had to be more creative, using 49ers more 11 personnel–3 wr, 1 TE, , 1 RB; 12 personnel–2 TE’s, 2 WR’s, 1 RB; and 13 personnel–3 TE’s.

    Dwelley has done his part–actually, from my standpoint—making the game winning catch to help run out the clock vs the cards on a magnificent scramble option pass adlibbed by JG; but the 49ers relied less heavily on FB formations–their staple when juice was present.

    Why having McGlinchey, Staley and Juice back might be a curse?

    Shanahan could go back to his conservative play calling because he can rely on their superior skill—“take the pedal off the metal,” so to speak.

    Why having them back is a blessing? That Bruce Irvin sack over Skule vs Carolina doesn’t happen with Staley in the game…ie, Shanahan can call longer developing routes more often—but will he?

    I think the lesson Shanahan should take into the game is that Pete Carol stops and nothing to hummiliate the 49ers.

    Whether he needs to break a defensive lineman’s leg to send a message (JR Sweezy’s cut block on Ian Williams) or sign Josh Gordon.

    Shanahan better use his entire playbook and finally “cut the head off the snake.”
    Don’t let up until the whistle blows.

    “This Ugly Block From The Seahawks Resulted In A Gruesome Broken Leg

    This is the second time the Seahawks have been involved in a questionable, but legal chop clock resulting in a serious injury. Two years ago, several Niners players called the team out after Ian Williams suffered a broken ankle on a similar play.”

  4. Five things to know about the Seahawks’ Week 10 opponent, the San Francisco—Nov. 5, 2019 at 6:04 am—Seattle Times

    1. The 49ers have the NFL’s No. 1 defense
    2. They have the NFL’s No. 2 rushing offense
    3. They are putting pressure on opposing QBs
    –The 49ers are pressuring quarterbacks on 31.8% of opponents’ dropbacks. That ranks No. 1 in the NFL.
    –The Seahawks, for comparison, are pressuring quarterbacks on 15.5% of opponents’ dropbacks. That ranks 31st of 32 NFL teams.
    –San Francisco has four players who rank among the NFL’s top 50 in sacks, led by rookie Nick Bosa’s seven sacks in his first eight games.
    No one from Seattle’s defense ranks in the league’s top 50

    1. Seahawks are winning despite the defense. And Bobby Wagner knows it

      Seattle’s continued inability to not only sack but at least affect opposing quarterbacks is what got them in a 21-7 hole in the first half against the Buccaneers

      It’s what allowed Jameis Winston to throw for 335 yards.

      It’s why Atlanta fill-in quarterback Matt Schaub threw for 460 yards in his first start in four years.

      It’s why Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson ran for 116 yards against Seattle. Two weeks before that, the Rams’ Jared Goff wasn’t pressured while throwing for 395 yards against the Seahawks.

      Heck, Andy Dalton, now benched for winless Cincinnati, torched the Seattle for 418 yards passing in the opener.

      TomD’s Reply: Niner fans, don’t take Seattle lightly–but I’ve listed a window of opportunity….It’s up to the 49ers to jump through it.

      FYI: 95% of Seattle’s sacks have come from blitzing.

  5. Extended forecast is showing good weather game time for Monday. The crowd at Levi’s should be in post season form–will have a playoff feel.

  6. Grant…

    Up your game. You need a studio for your video work. Looks like you’re broadcasting from a Central Valley Super 8–where housekeeping was a no-show.

    Coat, shirt, and tie are cool. Next step, studio.

      1. I have a garage that’s reasonably uncluttered… Perhaps you could rent a pavilion at Lake Merritt and conduct the broadcast along the lines of College Game Day–capture that ‘outdoor sizzle’ vibe. Fans of yours could make goofy signs and jump up and down behind you.

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