Final Score: San Francisco 34, Green Bay 28

San  Francisco,  CA (Sports Network)  - Colin  Kaepernick kicked off his first 
full  season  as San Francisco's  starting signal-caller with a resounding win 
over the same team he torched in last year's NFC Divisional Playoffs. 

Kaepernick  threw for  412 yards and three scores, while Frank Gore's go-ahead 
1-yard  touchdown  late in the  fourth helped  the reigning NFC champion 49ers 
claim  a  34-28 victory  over the Green  Bay Packers on  Sunday in the season- 
opener for both teams at Candlestick Park. 

Kaepernick  completed  27-of-39 passes  and  became  the first  San  Francisco 
quarterback to throw for 400-plus yards since Tim Rattay accomplished the feat 
on Nov. 10, 2004. 

Anquan  Boldin,  acquired  from  Baltimore  for  a  sixth-round  pick  in  the 
offseason,  quickly  asserted himself as Kaepernick's favorite target, hauling 
in 13 passes for 208 yards and a score. 

Vernon  Davis added six  catches for 98 yards and two touchdowns for the 49ers 
(1-0),  who dropped a heartbreaking 34-31 decision to the Ravens in Super Bowl 
XLVII back in February. 

Aaron  Rodgers  finished 21-of-37 passing  for 333 yards, three touchdowns and 
one interception, while Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb each caught seven passes 
for 100-plus yards and a score. 

Rookie  running back  Eddie Lacy rushed 14  times for 41 yards and a touchdown 
for the Packers (0-1), who won the NFC North for a second straight season last 
year before being bounced in the playoffs by Kaepernick and the 49ers.