Colin Kaepernick and Frank Gore decided to change the play call from Jim Harbaugh that led to a two-yard touchdown to extend the San Francisco 49ers' lead to 27-17 in the fourth quarter.
“We had a different play call and Frank said he wanted the same thing,” Kaepernick said, via Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com. “I wasn’t about to argue with him.
“I don’t think Coach was too mad because we scored. So it was all right.”
“I kind of saw the defense, how they were playing, and we were at what? The inch line,” Gore said. “And the ‘backers were playing like 5 yards back. I knew it was a quick hit, and I know I quick-hitted it. I barreled through. I knew they were going to come on top of me because my running style is low.
“I’m happy he listened to me. That the thing I love about Kap. He listens to his teammates.”