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If the 49ers can throw the ball better (Colin Kaepernick), get past Seattle (stopping Marshawn Lynch for a change) and avoid distractions (Jim Harbaugh's situation), a Super Bowl is possible.
49ers ILB Patrick Willis wasn't particularly pleased with the Seahawks' cut-blocking and used an animal kingdom metaphor to bring home his point.
San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Ian Williams reportedly broke his ankle during the first quarter of Sunday's game against Seattle.
The 49ers were 5 yards from winning a Super Bowl, and Colin Kaepernick is a huge reason. Can the face of the 49ers sustain the improvement?
Several Super Bowl records could be broken Sunday in New Orleans -- rushing yards by a quarterback, average yards per completion and sacks by an individual player.
49ers defensive tackle Ray McDonald may be an unsung hero for the media and fans, but he's certainly not unappreciated by his teammates and coaches.
Former 49ers coach and Ravens assistant coach Mike Singletary isn't fazed by two of his former teams, both with players he helped shape, playing in the Super Bowl, nor is he deterred in his mission to become a head coach in the NFL again.
Patrick Willis is the best player in this Super Bowl and the NFL's best middle linebacker. Pete Prisco rates all the starters, ranking the Niners and Ravens, from 1 through 46.
Colin Kaepernick is coming to Atlanta, and the Falcons will be ready. Pete Prisco says Atlanta has the tools to stop the 49ers' read-option, then checks the tape to detail the Ravens' stunning late TD in Denver.
As motivation, San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has hung each player's high school picture and recruiting ranking above their respective locker.

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