49ers’ Carlos Rogers thinks he’ll play on Sunday

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The San Francisco 49ers are set to take on the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship game. They could be getting cornerback Carlos Rogers back in the line up after he missed the last two games.

“I think I’m going [to play],” Rogers said, via the Sacramento Bee. “You know, it depends on how practice goes. No setbacks and I’ll be out there.”

Rogers already has a game plan.

“On defense, we can’t let them come down and drive the ball,” Rogers said, via the team’s website. “Offensively, we can’t start with a three-and-out… because the crowd will get loud.

“We got to come out fast, strike fast and counteract what they’re going to come with and be on top at the end.”

Rogers still needs to participate in practice to show coaches he is ready to play before the biggest game of the season.

Topics: San Francisco 49ers

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