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The Green Bay Packers are defeated by the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday, here is what the players had to say following the game. Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers: “Well, it’s pretty frustrating, put a lot into this. Now I stand here and you realize that this is the last time that group is going to be together. It will be a different team next year. There will be additions, subtractions and that’s the most frustrating part. You spend a lot of time with those guys, you care about them, you care about this a lot and then to go out there and play like that it’s disappointing.” CB Casey Hayward: “They just came out and hit us in the mouth. They just beat us tonight.” WR Greg Jennings: “It has been great. I love this organization. The reality is that there will probably be some changes made. Hopefully I stay here. If not I am ready to move wherever. It is what it is, I am not naïve to that. I am being a realist. I love this organization I wouldn’t want to go anywhere else. If I have to that is what I have to do. DT B.J. Raji: “It is tough. It never gets easy, especially when you are a Green Bay Packer. A lot is expected of you. In a season like this for the second year in a row it is definitely painful. Hopefully we will learn from this and we will be a better team next year.” San Francisco 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh: “Thought it was a great team performance, great team victory. Highlight the special teams where we got the big turnover. The coverage was outstanding. [S] C.J. Spillman, a bunch of guys – [LB] Tavares Gooden, [LB] Larry Grant, [FB] Bruce Miller, [TE] Delanie Walker, [K] David Akers, [P] Andy Lee, tremendous job there. Defensively we got the great interception, got stops, which is really tough to do against this offense. Offensively, thought we played great. [QB] Colin [Kaepernick] had a great game. Just excellent team performance.” QB Colin Kaepernick: “It’s a great accolade, I think it means a lot to this team. Our offensive line did an amazing job, our receivers, tight ends and running backs did amazing jobs. They opened up a lot of lanes for me.” WR Michael Crabtree: “Every playoff game I have something to prove. Last year it was bad, it was what it was. We are on a new year and I’m just trying to make a play and get that win.” RB Frank Gore: “I am a football player. I just adjust to whatever. That is the way to get a “W”, then whatever, I just want to win.” Via Packers.com
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San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick had quite a Saturday evening. Against the Packers, he ran for 181 yards setting an NFL record for quarterbacks.The highlight was undoubtedly this run in the third quarter which broke a 24-24 tie. The 49ers won the game 45-31 advancing to the NFC Championship round.
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The San Francisco 49′ers ROCKED the Green Bay Packers on Saturday night, punching their ticket to the NFC Championship round next weekend. 49′ers Michael Crabtree was sensational, he caught nine passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns. During his postgame interview with the NFL network, rapper 2 Chainz video bombs his interview. Ironically enough, Michael [...]
Colin Kaepernick repeatedly raced past the Green Bay defense on option runs. Frank Gore barreled over the Packers on more traditional plays.
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The San Francisco 49ers expect all players on their active
roster, including defensive lineman Justin Smith and linebackers Aldon Smith
and Patrick Willis, to play during tonight’s NFC Divisional round matchup
against the Green Bay Packers.
Smith has garnered the most attention of all the players
listed on the 49ers injury report. The defensive tackle had been out since he