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The NFC divisional rounds conclude this evening with the

New Orleans Saints gearing up to host the Philadelphia Eagles. The game kicks off at 1:30 p.m PT on FOX , with Kevin Burkhardt on play-by-play. Charles Davis has the commentaryThe Philadelphia Eagles surprised a lot of people last week by beating the Chicago Bears. Some of this is on Philadelphia getting a go-ahead score in the final seconds to take the lead, and some of this is on Bears kicker Cody Parkey for whiffing on a short,walk-off field goal. The Bears have gone home and the Eagles advance to keep their two-peat hopes alive. The Saints are either the biggest sleepers of the year or the ones to win it all this year depending on who you talk to. All the talk has been the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs, but the Saints have been dominating their opponents and when they can’t get the points, they find ways to take care of business. The rebuild they have had officially ended with their playoff appearance last year, and this year, they might be better than their Super Bowl team from a decade ago. This game brings the biggest spread of the weekend, with the Saints sitting at -8. A majority of the public is riding the Eagles once again, which brought the line down a point to a point and a half, depending on your sportsbook of choice. The Saints are the very clearly better team, but the Eagles remaining perpetually scary. They are in New Orleans and the Saints are a different team at home. I’m taking the Saints for this one. Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints Where: The Superdome, New Orleans K'Waun Williams Jersey , LouisianaWhen: January 13, 2018 | 1:30 p.m. PSTTV: FOXAnnouncers: Kevin Burkhardt, Charles DavisRadio: Eagles Radio | Saints RadioOnline Streaming: Fox SportsOdds: Saints, -8Eagles blog: Bleeding Green NationSaints blog: Canal Street Chronicles Our daily breakdown of the 49ers’ 2019 training camp." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesNiners Nation homepageHorizontal - WhiteNiners Nationa San Francisco 49ers communityFollow Niners Nation online:Follow Niners Nation on TwitterFollow Niners Nation on FacebookFollow Niners Nation on InstagramLog in or sign upLog InSign UpSite searchSearchSearchNiners Nation main menuFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibrary49ersOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 321 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference Calls49ers training camp recap: Bosa impressive, defense dominates on Day 1New,39commentsOur daily breakdown of the 49ers’ 2019 training camp.PDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:49ers training camp recap: Bosa impressive, defense dominates on Day 1TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty ImagesThe San Francisco 49ers kicked off their first practice of training camp on Saturday. It was a day dominated by the defense, which is typical for the non-padded portions of practice. It was an impressive display nonetheless for the 49ers’ upgraded defensive front that included plenty of Nick Bosa, the team’s second-overall pick in this year’s draft.The defense gained the upper hand early. Defensive lineman DeForest Buckner and Solomon Thomas broke through the offensive line to end plays early on multiple occasions. Dee Ford and Arik Armstead rounded out the 49ers’ starting front. The team’s linebacking group consisted of Fred Warner, Kwon Alexander and Dre Greenlaw, who seemed to move well as a unit and contributed to the stifling of the offense. Richard Sherman, Ahkello Witherspoon Womens Arik Armstead Jersey , K’Waun Williams, Jaquiski Tartt, and Adrian Colbert filled out the secondary.Bosa impressed in his training camp debut. It was rookie against veteran as Bosa was matched up against veteran Joe Staley for much of the final team portion of practice. Bosa bested Staley on multiple occasions, including a would-be strip-sack of quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. Staley said after practice via SacBee’s Chris Biderman that Bosa’s technique, particularly his hip movement, makes him a difficult assignment. The offense wasn’t without its success, though. Garoppolo struggled out of the gate during the first team portion, with all of his passes falling incomplete as he attempted to avoid the consistent onslaught from the defense. During the final team period, he completed six passes in a row to end unofficially 6 of 8. Garoppolo had an impressive completion to Jordan Matthews over the middle that went for a significant gain. On another play, he stepped up in the pocket, avoiding Bosa and found Dante Pettis over the middle, who made an impressive catch with the defensive back draped on his back.The defense typically begins training camp with an advantage. Monday marks the first padded practice , which is when we’ll start to see a more accurate display of each unit’s ability to impose their will.NotesThomas looked good to kick off his third training camp. His anticipation of the snap and get-off was noticeably faster than those around him, which should aid him in his hopes for a bounce-back year. Coordinator Robert Saleh was complimentary of Thomas’ renewed mindset and clear focus heading into the season.Rookie receiver Deebo Samuel reeled in an impressive reception from quarterback Nick Mullens during the team portion of practice. Samuel was running a deep crossing route and created plenty of separation from the defensive back. He made the catch and was able to generate significant yards after the catch.Greenlaw, the 49ers’ fifth-round rookie linebacker, also put together a strong showing on Saturday. On the very first play, Greenlaw darted through both lines and met Tevin Coleman in the backfield along with Buckner. Fullback Kyle Juszczyk met with media after practice and commented on Greenlaw’s aggression, which is uncommon for a rookie.Saleh had high praise for cornerback Jason Verrett, labeling him a “dog” who was there to impose his will. The 49ers signed the former Los Angeles Chargers cornerback to a one-year deal this offseason. Verrett is coming off his second season-ending injury after rupturing his Achilles tendon at the start of the Chargers training camp in 2018. He’ll be in competition with Ahkello Witherspoon for the starting spot opposite Richard Sherman.The 49ers’ next practice is Sunday, beginning at 10 am PST at the team’s practice facility in Santa Clara.