The Atlanta Falcons struggled to contain or pressure Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on Sunday, but eventually prevailed in a 30-28 thriller that earned them the duties of hosting the NFC Championship.
Enter Colin Kaepernick. San Francisco's first-year starter helped keep the 49ers in the second slot in the NFC throughout the season, despite subtle controversy regarding head coach Jim Harbaugh's decision to replace Alex Smith.
Kaepernick arguably made his full arrival against Green Bay in the divisional playoffs, where he broke a playoff record for rushing yards by a quarterback in a 45-31 victory.
Can the Falcons actually contain Kaepernick if they struggled with Wilson?
The answer is yes. Here's how.