The 49ers' first drive against the Green Bay Packers in this past Sunday's playoff matchup was a preview of things to come.The Niners ran off 13 plays and nearly 4½ minutes of the clock in moving the ball 69 yards. But the drive ended not with a touchdown, but with a Phil Dawson 22-yard field goal.On their next possession, it was the same thing: an 11-play, 42-yard drive of 4:49 that ended with Dawson's 25-yard field goal.Though the 49ers won the game, 23-20, to earn a date this Sunday against the Carolina Panthers in the NFC divisional round, San Francisco could have made the victory a much easier proposition by converting at least one of those two early drives into a touchdown instead of a field goal.It was the same situation a week earlier in a win over Arizona when San Francisco scored just two TDs in five red-zone opportunities.In fact, in the 49ers' first game against the Panthers this season, a 10-9 loss to Carolina at Candlestick Park, San Francisco settled for three Dawson field goals and twice had possessions stall at the Carolina 25- and 7-yard lines.In the second quarter of that game, in fact, an interception by Tramaine Brock gave the 49ers the ball at the...