The San Francisco 49ers managed to secure a hard-fought victory over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional Round, despite facing several challenges.

The 49ers struggled early on, losing key player Deebo Samuel in the first half and encountering difficulties with quarterback Brock Purdy's passing in the rain.

However, the team displayed resilience, overcoming these obstacles with Purdy leading crucial scoring drives in the fourth quarter,

kicker Jake Moody contributing a field goal, and Christian McCaffrey delivering a game-winning touchdown.

Green Bay's quarterback Jordan Love, in his first full season as a starter, reverted to self-destructive tendencies from earlier in the season,

attempting risky throws that resulted in an interception, ultimately ending the Packers' season.

The Packers also faced issues with rookie kicker Anders Carlson, whose missed 41-yard field goal proved pivotal in the game.

Despite defensive challenges, the 49ers showcased toughness by limiting the Packers and ultimately securing the win.

This victory marked a significant moment for the 49ers, breaking a trend of struggling to overcome fourth-quarter deficits, and they now advance to the NFC Championship Game.

Christian McCaffrey's impressive performance included a statistically unlikely 39-yard touchdown run, tying him with Jerry Rice for the most scrimmage touchdowns in a season in 49ers franchise history.

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