Time to make your predictions: The 49ers' 2019 regular-season schedule has been released.
After going just 4-12 last season, optimism remains high in San Francisco. The 49ers will open the season Sept. 8 on the road against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Fans will see the 49ers’ first home game at Levi's Stadium in Week 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The 49ers will get three prime-time games this year: Monday Night Football on Oct. 7 against Odell Beckham Jr. and the new-look Cleveland Browns, Thursday Night Football on Halloween against the Arizona Cardinals, and Monday Night Football on Nov. 11 at home against the Seattle Seahawks.
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Here is the 49ers' complete regular-season schedule for the 2019 season.
San Francisco strikes first.
49ers running back Raheem Mostert went untouched on a 36-yard touchdown in the first quarter of Sunday's NFC Championship Game at Levi's Stadium, giving the Niners an early 7-0 lead over the Green Bay Packers.
After going three-and-out on the first possession, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo showed off his connection with rookie wideout Deebo Samuel, finding the South Carolina product twice on the drive for big gains. Samuel seemed to impersonate teammate George Kittle with the physical finish to his second run.
Mostert finished the run with his signature celebration, surfing through the end zone with his teammates.
The TD was Mostert's first in his playoff career. If the 49ers keep the lead and advance to Super Bowl LIV, he could surf in Miami in a couple of weeks.
It has been eight years since the 49ers hosted the NFC Championship Game, so the stars have turned out for the huge game Sunday at Levi's Stadium.
The sidelines were packed with local sports stars before the game between the 49ers and Green Bay Packers.
Injured Warriors star Klay Thompson, fresh off his Washington State jersey retirement, showed up with his girlfriend Laura Harrier.
Sharks stars Erik Karlsson and Timo Meier are in attendance to cheer on the "lovely 49ers."
The GOAT, Jerry Rice, is in the house, and he was so jacked up for the game that he was running routes on the field.
Rice also got a big hug from all-time home-run king Barry Bonds.
Rice also caught up with actor Rob Lowe before the game.
Bonds shared moments with The People's Tight End -- George Kittle -- and Thompson.
Two members of the last 49ers team to go to the Super Bowl, Alex Boone and Patrick Willis, saw each other and shared a big hug as well.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom made the trip from Sacramento to Santa Clara for the game.
The 49ers are hoping they can put on a show for all the local celebrities. If San Francisco can take down Green Bay, it will be interesting to see how many of these stars make the trip to Miami in two weeks.