* Kickoff: 5:15 p.m.
* TV: Channel 7
* Story line: For the 49ers, who needed overtime to beat the Jets at home in Week 1, it's time to see if the offensive line and pass defense are up to Super Bowl caliber. The 49ers had the NFL's top-ranked defense last season and thought they could be just as good this season. But they played conservatively against the Jets, and it hurt them. Steve Mariucci is committed to running the ball, and the 49ers had over 200 yards rushing against the Jets, including 96 by Garrison Hearst on one play. But with Jerry Rice back, the 49ers also have one of the most talented groups of receivers in the league. Redskin Coach Norv Turner came into this season with playoff expectations, but if the Redskins don't start winning soon, he might have trouble just keeping this team together. One week into the season, the team appears to be coming apart. Linebacker Marvcus Patton chewed out quarterback Gus Frerotte on the sideline after one of his two second-half interceptions against the Giants in Week 1. Frerotte has been replaced by Trent Green, who is making his first NFL start. This game is also special for Redskin tackle Dana Stubblefield, who will be facing his former team. "It's like my new family playing my old family," said Stubblefield, who signed a six-year, $36-million free-agent deal with the Redskins during the off-season.