Sunday afternoon saw a match-up between two of the better teams in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers coming out victorious 34-28 over the Green Bay Packers
It wasn’t the legs of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick that caused the demise of the Packers this time around, but rather his arm.
Green Bay’s defense had no answer at any point in the game for San Francisco’s newly acquired Anquan Boldin who hauled in 13 catches for 208 yards and one touchdown on 17 targets.
What It Means: There’s no reason to start panicking about the status of the Packers because there were a lot of things to like about this team. A loss to the 49ers (defending NFC Champions) in San Francisco in a game the Packers actually held a lead in the fourth quarter is nothing to get all worked up about.
The defense did a wonderful job at defending against the run. The 49ers managed only 90 yards rushing and the read-option was pretty much non-existent. While the secondary didn’t have a solid game, they appeared t...