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Watch: Super Bowl-bound 49ers discuss beating Packers in NFC Championship Game

Jan 20, 2020 at 12:18 AM--


For your viewing pleasure, we have compiled interviews with San Francisco 49ers players and personnel discussing what it means to be headed to Miami to face the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV. The 49ers on Sunday night beat the Green Bay Packers 37-20 in the NFC Championship Game.

All of these videos come courtesy of NBC Sports Bay Area. First up is general manager John Lynch, who, in his third season with the 49ers, has his team ready to complete for its sixth Lombardi Trophy.



Then you have defensive coordinator Robert Saleh and defensive lineman Sheldon Day discussing the game plan on Sunday and a satisfying win.



Next up is defensive tackle DeForest Buckner and cornerback Richard Sherman discussing what it took to knock off the Packers.



Lastly, there is wide receiver Kendrick Bourne (with a brief appearance by Deebo Samuel), fullback Kyle Juszczyk, and guard Laken Tomlinson expressing their excitement about heading to the Super Bowl, their message to the fans, and running back Raheem Mostert's record-setting game.






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