49ers will play on January 12 at 5 PM

Dec 30, 2012 at 9:52 PM--


Start your planning. According to Ticketmaster, the San Francisco 49ers' next game, in the divisional playoff round, will be played on January 12, 2013 at 5 PM.

The 49ers will play the strongest victor from the NFC Wildcard round.

The following are scenarios where each team would travel to San Francisco after a victory.

Green Bay Packers: A Packers win over the Vikings

Washington Redskins: A Redskins win over the Seahawks and a Packers loss

Seattle Seahawks: A Seahawks win over the Redskins and a Packers loss

Minnesota Vikings: The Vikings cannot face the 49ers in the divisional round




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