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Saving their worst for last, top-seeded Packers’ season lands with a thud in loss to 49ers

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Rodgers was sacked on the next play, and the Packers chose to run down the clock to attempt a 39-yard field goal on the final play of the half. That kick, though, was blocked by 49ers defensive back Jimmy Ward, sending the game into halftime with the Packers up just 7-0.

Samuel, the 49ers’ do-everything receiver/running back, returned the second-half kickoff 45 yards to get the 49ers into scoring position almost immediately, but again, the 49ers couldn’t get to the end zone against the Packers defense. They did reach the Green Bay 6-yard line on an Elijah Mitchell run, but Mitchell was flagged for a 15-yard personal foul for a facemask on Packers cornerback Eric Stokes, and the 49ers added an illegal formation penalty for good measure.

All of which set the stage for the 49ers’ dramatic fourth-quarter comeback and yet another Packers postseason disappointment.

Photos: Green Bay Packers fall to San Francisco 49ers in playoff battle at Lambeau Field