With their win over the Cowboys, the 49ers will host the Packers in the divisional playoff round.

With their win over the Cowboys, the 49ers will host the Packers in the divisional playoff round.

The 49ers have learned when and who they will play in the NFC Div. 1 playoff round. After clinching the No. 1 place in the NFC playoffs, San Francisco could watch Super Wild Card Weekend in home. The team did not have to wait long to find out who its first opponent would be.

The 49ers will take on the Green Bay Packers at 5:15 p.m. PT on Saturday, January 20, at Levi’s Stadium.

This comes after they shocked everyone by beating the No. 2 ranked Dallas Cowboys 48–32 on Sunday at AT&T Stadium.

The Dallas defense was blown away by Green Bay quarterback Jordan Love, who completed 16 of 21 passes for 272 yards as well as three touchdowns. Aaron Jones ran 21 times for 118 yards along with three more touchdowns.

The Packers were the seventh seed in the NFC going into the playoffs. Since they beat the 49ers, they immediately drew the top-seeded Seahawks.

The 49ers will be well-rested after resting most of their players in Week 18 and having a first-round bye.

They can now start getting ready for the young Packers, who will be trying to end a four-game losing streak for San Francisco in the playoffs.

The 49ers didn’t have to wait long on Sunday to find out who their first playoff rival would be. That meant that the 49ers could start practicing for their next game as soon as possible since it was their inaugural NFC playoff game.

With the Green Bay Packers’ 48–32 win over the terrible Dallas Cowboys, who came into the playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the NFC, things looked about as good as San Francisco might have hoped.

Plus, they’ll have extra rest if they make it to the NFC Championship Game on Sunday, Jan. 28, because their game against the Packers is set to start at 5:15 p.m. on Saturday.

The winner of the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Philadelphia Eagles will play the Detroit Lions next Sunday in the second NFC divisional-round game.

Another game is between the top-seeded 49ers and the seventh as well as the final team to make the NFC playoffs.

On paper, the Packers were the weakest team that made the playoffs, but against the Cowboys, they played like a major power.

The Packers will have a hard time stopping Purdy and running half Christian McCaffrey, who are both in the race for MVP.

It doesn’t end there. George Kittle, Kyle Juszczyk, and Trent Williams are All-Pros at close end, fullback, and left tackle for the 49ers. Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel are All-Pros at wide receiver.

This season, Aiyuk caught 75 passes for 1,342 yards, which was the most in his career. He was named to the second team of All-Pros.

In his first five seasons, Samuel became the second player in NFL history to have at least 4,000 receiving yards as well as 1,000 running yards. The first was Hall of Famer Charley Taylor.

Purdy had a few of the greatest seasons in the team’s history as a quarterback. In just one season, he threw for 4,280 yards, a 113.0 passer rating, and 9.6 yards per attempt, which were all 49ers marks.

Love has played in the NFL four times, but this is his first year as a starter. As the time went on, love got better. He had 32 touchdowns, 11 picks, and a rating as a passer of 96.0 at the end of the regular season.

Love is great at getting the ball to people like Jayden Reed, Romeo Doubs, and Dontayvion Wicks. His play against the Cowboys’ defense on Sunday was very rough. He completed 16 out of 21 passes for 272 yards as well as three scores.

Their attack is also well-balanced, and the running back Aaron Jones is a beast. He looks and feels better now that he’s healthy.

He usually gained a lot of yardage when faced with the Cowboys. He ran the ball 21 times for 118 yards and three scores.

Since a key defensive player is back, the 49ers should be better able to handle Jones along with the Green Bay running game.

Arik Armstead, a defensive end, looks like he will be able to play again after missing the last five games with foot and knee problems.

Together with Javon Hargrave, he makes up the 49ers’ strong offensive line on the inside. Instead of Clelin Ferrell, Chase Young will play most of the defensive end games since Ferrell hurt his knee.