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49'ers top Redskins in Monday Night Football, Lions prepare for Thanksgiving Day match-up with Green Bay

Monday Night Football
Monday Night Football

WASHINGTON DC (WTVB) - Forget about winning the NFC West, the San Francisco 49ers are just hoping to stay in the playoff hunt. Colin Kaepernick shook off his woes and helped the 49ers get back on track by outdueling another young struggling in Washington’s Robert Griffin III. Kaepernick threw two of his three touchdown passes to Anquan  Boldin  and eclipsed the  200-yard passing mark  for the first time in more  than  a month  as the  49ers took  down the  Washington Redskins 27-6 on Monday  night.  Kaepernick was 15-of-24  for 235  yards, and Boldin totaled 94 yards  receiving on  five receptions  as the  49ers (7-4)  snapped a  two-game losing streak to move into  a tie with the Arizona Cardinals for the sixth and final  playoff  spot in  the NFC.   It was just the third time this year Kaepernick has gone over 200 yards passing.  Robert   Griffin  III   completed  17-of-27  passes  for  127  yards  with  an interception for Washington (3-8), which has dropped three in a row.

The Lions are getting ready for Thursday's Thanksgiving Day showdown against the Green Bay Packers.  Despite losses to Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay in the last two weeks, Detroit remains tied with Chicago for first place in the NFC North.  The Packers are 5-5-1 and could take top spot in the division with a win Thursday.  During a press conference yesterday, Green Bay head coach Mike McCarthy said the chances of quarterback Aaron Rodgers playing against Detroit are "slim to none," but he did not say who will get the start. 

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