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No new injuries for San Francisco

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There are no knew injuries according to San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan heading into Sunday. Here is the practice report for Friday:

Limited

Kwon Alexander (pectoral)

Full:

Tevin Coleman (elbow)

Dee Ford (quad, hamstring) George Kittle (ankle)

Raheem Mostert (calf)

Dee Ford told beat reporter Eric Branch, “I feel good. I felt good last week. I feel good this week.”

As for the Green Bay Packers, only fullback Dan Vitale is listed as questionable. Here is their injury report:

Limited:

TE Jimmy Graham (not injury related)
TE Marcedes Lewis (not injury related)
LB Preston Smith (ankle), FB Dan Vitale (knee)
CB Tramon Williams (not injury related)

Full:

WR Geronimo Allison (illness)
S Adrian Amos (chest)
T Bryan Bulaga (not injury related)
DT Kenny Clark (back)
WR Ryan Grant (not injury related)
WR Allen Lazard (ankle)
LB Blake Martinez (hand)
G Billy Turner (ankle)


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Then there were four. Our confidence dipped to 87% Week 17, but in the past two weeks has remained steady at 99%. After blowing out the Minnesota Vikings, for the second time since the draft, our confidence is at 100%. The only other time that happened, coincidentally enough, was heading into Week 13. Guess who the 49ers played the week prior?

Speaking of the Packers, they entered the Wildcard round at 54%, that climbed to 65%, and now it’s at 70%.

Which team will blow it in the each Championship game

Neither of those results are too surprising, considering both home teams are at least a touchdown favorite. The more interesting question would be to flip it around.

Come on, who really wants to see the Titans win it all?