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Since October of 2011, the 49ers have lost just two games at home (including the playoffs). Both were to the New York Giants.
San Francisco's 13-2-1 record in that stretch includes nine victories by at least 10 points, and its defense allowed just 12.9 points per game.
Meanwhile, the Packers went just 4-4 on the road this year, although three of those losses were decided by three points or less.
Still, you'd think that the home crowd might just be the difference in this matchup, unless you remember what Rodgers did in the 2010 playoffs.
That's when he led the sixth-seeded Packers to three road victories before dominating the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV on a neutral field.
In that playoff run, Rodgers threw nine touchdown passes and two interceptions, and Green Bay averaged 30 points per game.
If the Packers can reach the 30-point plateau, they should win this game. If San Francisco can hold Green Bay closer to 13 points, it should have enough firepower to advance.
The Candlestick crowd has historically aided the 49ers defense, but Rodgers might be immune to its effects.
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