Watching winning football will rejuvenate a fan base. That's exactly what the San Francisco 49ers are experiencing at Levi's Stadium this year. The team is 9-1, and fans have had the privilege of witnessing some pretty impressive play on the field.

Even on the road, members of the Niner Faithful have been there in force, often taking over an opposing team's stadium.

The vibe of the fan base has been different this season, and fullback Kyle Juszczyk, who joined 95.7 The Game on Wednesday, is among the 49ers players who have noticed.

"Levi's, it's like a totally different stadium," Juszczyk said on the "Joe, Lo and Dibs" show. "It's a totally different fan base this year. It's been so much fun. I can't stress to the fans enough how we appreciate it and what a toll that can take on the opposing team. On third down, it is deafening out there, and it's awesome.

"It just motivates us, and it really helps the team. Hopefully, the fans keep coming out, keep doing their thing because it's helping the team."

We'll see if the trend continues on Sunday night when the 49ers host the Green Bay Packers, whose fan base travels well too, with the best record in the NFC on the line.

Juszczyk was also asked about exciting rookie receiver Deebo Samuel, who has recorded back-to-back 100-plus-yard games over the past two weeks, joining some illustrious company.

"He's so aggressive, and he attacks the ball," Juszczyk said of Samuel. "Every time he catches the ball, you expect broken tackles. It's so rare to see one guy take him down or for that first defender to take him down. He's special with the ball in his hands.

"What's been cool is, the night before games, we go through our opening play list, and Deebo sits next to me before every one of those, and I watch him take notes on that opening play list. He's a pro, man, and he continues to grow each week."

You can listen to the entire conversation with Juszczyk below. It begins at about the 20:25 mark.