How San Francisco 49ers Match Up with Remaining Playoff Teams

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How San Francisco 49ers Match Up with Remaining Playoff Teams
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After routing the Green Bay Packers 45-31 on Saturday night, the San Francisco 49ers were being praised as the favorite to win Super Bowl XLVII by many pundits.

Then, on Sunday, the New England Patriots clobbered the Houston Texans 41-28, stirring the debate of which team is the NFL's best.

Not that the Baltimore Ravens and Atlanta Falcons are pushovers. They both won thrilling games this weekend, as Joe Flacco and Matt Ryan silenced a lot of critics with their performances. 

Still, the talk of the league is Colin Kaepernick, who broke the NFL record for the most rushing yards by a quarterback in a single game by rushing for 181 yards against Green Bay.

He added 263 passing yards and accounted for four touchdowns (two passing, two rushing) in leading the 49ers to 579 yards of total offense.

With Kaepernick's emergence, along with their stellar defense, the 49ers have a great chance at winning it all. 

The following slides break down how San Francisco matches up with the remaining playoff teams.

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