Odell Beckham and the 1-7 Giants are searching for answers this season. (AP) Here’s a look at the Week 10 “Monday Night Football” matchup, including the broadcasting TV network and kickoff time. You can also livestream the game on the Yahoo Sports App

NFL picks: 49ers vs. Giants Week 10 score predictions originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.comFor the second straight week, the 49ers (2-7) will play under the prime time lights. Last week, they beat the Raiders on Thursday Night Football. This week

Monday night's game between the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium could possibly be postponed or relocated due to smoke from the recent California wildfires. 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said Saturday that the game is still scheduled for Monday night but realizes that may change. "I know it's a possibility because of what's going on," Shanahan told reporters, per NBCSports.com.

Nick Mullens remembers getting the phone call from Archie Manning inviting him to the prestigious Manning Passing Academy two summers ago. Mullens savored the chance to take part in the four-day clinic run by Archie and his two NFL quarterback sons, Eli and Peyton. Mullens especially relished the opportunity to watch Eli Manning take part in some of the drills.

The San Francisco 49ers are sticking with Nick Mullens as their starting quarterback after his spectacular debut performance. Mullens said coach Kyle Shanahan told him Tuesday that he will remain the starter for the upcoming game against the New York Giants. Obviously the situation is what it is,'' Mullens said.

San Francisco and Oakland, you glorious, infuriating cities, you with your twelve-dollar coffees and Golden State Warriors and magnificent vistas … you’re an impressive corner of our country, and that’s why we don’t feel too bad noting that both of your football teams lead the parade of the NFL’s worst. History repeats itself, my friends, and the Browns and Giants are now the Sub-Sorry Six and thus ineligible for this list.

Fans of the 1-and-5 Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers or New York Giants are already suffering plenty this season, but a new report by Bloomberg News’ Lynnley Browning might depress them even further. The reason: teams paying more to compensate for higher taxes run into salary cap constraints.

The Bills destroyed the Vikings! The Lions took out the Patriots! BAKER MAYFIELD! All this drama means there are a lot of big movers in this week’s Fun Power Rankings, including  a very new look top 10, and a new team at the bottom too. The San Francisco 49ers’ hopes of a revival all hinged on Jimmy Garoppolo - we knew as much last season when he turned their fortunes around within seconds of entering the line-up.

The New York Giants want in on this Seattle Seahawks cornerback thing. They have signed Seahawks corner Walter Thurmond, who helped form the league's best secondaries this season en route to a Super Bowl title. Thurmond took visits to the San Francisco 49ers, Jacksonville Jaguars and Washington Redskins, indicating he was looking for a bigger role elsewhere. [Be sure to check out Shutdown Corner's NFL free-agent rankings. Click here for the list of offensive players , and click here for the list of defensive and special teams players ] He'll find that with the Giants, who also have bolstered their secondary with the signing of safety Quintin Demps, whose biggest role might be as a kick returner. The Giants might not be done, either. They still will meet with free-agent corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. DRC is taking a New York, New York double dip, having already met with the crosstown Jets for a visit. If the Giants were to sign Rodgers-Cromartie, they'd suddenly turn a dearth into serious depth at corner, with Prince Amukamara and Trumaine McBride also in the fold. They have allowed Terrell Thomas, who gamely played 16 games a year ago following two lost seasons to ACL injuries, shop himself around in free agency. Aaron Ross also is unsigned and will not be back by all indications.   - - - - - - - Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at edholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Eric_Edholm
COMMENTARY | In one of the more surprising and shocking trades of recent memory, the Indianapolis Colts made a blockbuster trade by acquiring Cleveland Browns running back Trent Richardson, the No. 3 overall pick in last year's draft, for a 2014 first-round draft pick. The Colts acquired him just days before their Week 3 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, a team facing an early season turning point game after their blowout loss to the Seattle Seahawks last week. ...

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