Anytime San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick starts to move around, feel free to move up in your seat. You never know what he might do.
In the third quarter, shortly after Marshawn Lynch's long run to tie the game 10-10, the 49ers marched right back down field. And Kaepernick and Anquan Boldin hooked up on a highlight-reel touchdown to give San Francisco the lead.
Kaepernick ran around and flung a pass to the end zone where only Boldin could catch it.
It was the kind of play most NFL quarterbacks can't make. But Kaepernick, an insanely skilled player who had more than 100 yards rushing in the first half alone, makes it look easy.
And perhaps just as enjoyable for 49ers fans was the always-animated Richard Sherman's reaction to Boldin's score.
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