The Seattle Seahawks tied up the NFC Championship game at 10 points a piece in the third quarterback after a Beast Mode run from running back Marshawn Lynch, but Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers answered.
San Francisco dialed up a running play to Kaepernick for a big gain, but that wasn’t the best play of the drive.
After feeling the pressure a few plays later, Kaepernick scrambled out of the pocket and looked like he was going to cut the ball up field, but he pulled a fast one on the Seahawks defense.
Kaepernick left his feet and tossed a beautiful pass right in the back of the endzone to wide receiver Anquan Boldin for the touchdown.
Center Jonathan Goodwin also came up with a big play on the ball, where he scooped up a fumble by Kaepernick and turned the mistake into a positive gain.
The score gave San Francisco a 17-0 lead with 6:29 remaining in the third quarter.