Packers vs. 49ers: Aaron Rodgers Is the Key to a Green Bay Win

September 7, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Green Bay Packers will face the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on Sunday to open the the 2013 NFL season. Unlike most games that quarterback Aaron Rodgers plays in, the focus is more on the opposing quarterback in the game, Colin Kaepernick.
That's what happens when Kaepernick put up the type of numbers he did the last time the two teams met during the NFC Divisional Game last postseason when the Niners beat the Packers 45-31.
Kaepernick had 444 total yards by himself in the game, as he ran the read-option play to perfection. San Francisco had 579 total yards in the game.
Rodgers meanwhile, will be looking forward to getting the focus shifted to him after the game on Sunday.
This will be the last year the 49ers play at Candlestick Park, as they will be moving to Levi's Stadium in 2014. Rodgers has seen many a game at Candlestick Park, as he grew up a big fan of the Niners in Chico, California.
Rodgers talked about that situation in America's G...

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