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NFC Championship Game 2013: 49ers vs. Falcons

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Watching the Falcons face the 49ers in the 2013 NFC Championship Game? Chat live with other Saints fans right here during the game.

Kevin C. Cox

San Francisco and Atlanta will meet for the 76th time. The 49ers hold a 44-29-1 edge in the regular-season series, but the Falcons won the lone playoff meeting between the two clubs, earning a 20-18 Divisional playoff win en route to their Super Bowl XXXIII appearance.

SERIES

49ERS

FALCONS

LEADER (REG. SEASON)

44-29-1

STREAKS (REG. SEASON)

Past 4, 6 of past 9

COACHES VS. OPP.

(REG. & POSTSEASON)

Harbaugh: 0-0

Smith: 2-0

COACHES PLAYOFF RECORD

Harbaugh: 2-1

Smith: 1-3

VS. COMMON OPP.

(REG. SEASON)

SF: 4-1 (Ari. 2-0; Det. 1-0; NO 1-0; NYG 0-1)

Atl.: 4-1 (Ari. 1-0; Det. 1-0; NO 1-1; NYG 1-0)

PLAYOFF RECORD

27-18

7-11

LAST WEEK

W 45-31 vs. Packers

W 30-28 vs. Seahawks

LAST GAME (REG. SEASON)

10/3/10: 49ers 14 at Falcons 16. Atlanta overcomes 14-point deficit. Falcons WR Harry Douglas catches 8-yard TD from QB Matt Ryan. Matt Bryant kicks 3 FGs, including game-winning 43-yard FG with 2 seconds remaining.

LAST GAME AT SITE

(REG. SEASON)

10/3/10

LAST PLAYOFF

1/9/99: 49ers 18 at Falcons 20. Atlanta RB Jamal Anderson rushes for 113 yards & 2 TDs (2, 34). Falcons defense holds San Francisco to 55 rushing yards & forces 3 INTs, including 2 by S William White.

BROADCAST

FOX (3:00 PM ET): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver & Erin Andrews (Field reporters). Dial Global Radio: Dave Sims, James Lofton, Tony Boselli (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 88 (DGR), 92 (SF), 86 (Atl.). XM: 88 (DGR), 225 (SF), 226 (Atl.).