Coming off a big victory over the Seahawks last week, the 49ers knew it would be easy to trip and fall."This game, for us and all intents and purposes, is just as important as last week's was," 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio said this week, leading into Sunday's game in Tampa, Fla., against the Bucs. "With the division title realistically not in the picture, all these games weigh the same."With that in the mind, the 49ers took care of business, sidestepping a potential "trap game" and beating the host Bucs 33-14 for their fourth straight victory to improve to 10-4 and maintain their position as the potential No. 6 seed in the NFC playoffs.With two games remaining in the regular season, the 49ers would stay tied with the Panthers for best record among wild-card contenders, if Carolina wins Sunday afternoon vs. the Jets. The Panthers hold the tiebreaker, however, because of their victory over the 49ers earlier this season. The 49ers would lock up a playoff spot with losses by the Cardinals and either the Eagles or Cowboys Sunday afternoon.The 49ers took a 17-0 lead late in the second half Sunday on two Colin Kaepernick touchdown passes (to Michael Crabtree and...