San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan admitted they were worried Aaron Rodgers would orchestrate a game-winning drive on Sunday Night Football.
With 37 seconds left to go, the Niners scored a touchdown to go 28-27 up.
The Packers started their last drive from the 25-yard line and Rodgers completed two passes — one for 25 yards and one for 17 yards.
The Packers then sent their kicking unit on the field as kicker Mason Crosby made a 51-yard field goal to give the Packers a 30-28 win.
“Yeah, you always worry with Aaron on the other side,” Shanahan said.