As the 49ers headed toward the playoffs, head coach Jim Harbaugh was totally confident in his team."I love our team," he said this past week. "I love our fight. They compete always. They play this game like they really want to win every time they play, and it's very important to them that they not let anything slip."Sunday, in pulling out a 23-20 playoff victory over the Green Bay Packers at frigid Lambeau Field, the 49ers lived up to Harbaugh's words.When the Packers took an early fourth-quarter lead, withstood a 49ers score and then tied the game at 20-20 with 5:25 remaining, San Francisco didn't let a victory slip away.Instead, the 49ers never let the Packers touch the ball again, marching from their own 20 to the Green Bay 15 on a 13-play drive that ate up all but two seconds on the clock.Then, kicker Phil Dawson came on to kick a 33-yard field goal to give the fifth-seeded 49ers the first-round playoff victory and a date against the No. 2 seed Panthers this coming weekend in Carolina.It marked the fourth straight victory for the 49ers over the Packers under Harbaugh, and this one had a familiar theme: the playmaking ability of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.Though...