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Fourth-quarter summary: 49ers 45, Packers 31

Jan. 13, 2013
 

49ers 45, Packers 31
Greg Jennings, 3-yard pass from Rodgers (Crosby kick), 0:57.
Keys: With the 49ers playing back, Rodgers completed seven passes on the drive, including four straight completions before a James Jones' drop, to end a 21-0 49ers' run. Tarell Brown appeared to pick Rodgers off on a second-and-two pass from the 15, but was called for defensive pass interference. Two plays later, Rodgers scrambled until finding Jennings in the back of the end zone.
Drive: 11 plays, 77 yards, 2:37.

49ers 45, Packers 24
Anthony Dixon, 2-yard run (Akers kick), 3:34
Keys: Once again starting at their own 7-yard line, Kaepernick continued to burn both the clock and the Packersí defense with a 16-yard scramble on second-and-15. The Packers came close to stopping San Francisco on fourth-and-1, but B.J. Raji jumped the snap for the automatic first down. After a bulldozing 13-yard run up the middle by Gore, Anthony Dixon powered in for the score.
Drive: 11 plays, 93 yards, 7:54.

49ers 38, Packers 24
Frank Gore, 2-yard touchdown (Akers kick), 14:57.
Keys: The Packers continued to have no answer for the 49ersí offense on the length, time-consuming drive. San Francisco never faced a third down with Tramon Williams holding Vernon Davis on second-and-7. Two plays later, Kaepernick placed a perfectly located pass to Davis over the coverage of Davis for 44 yards.
Drive: 8 plays, 93 yards, 5:03.

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