The 2012-2013 San Francisco 49ers had a monumental year on their way to Super Bowl XLVII (47). Throughout their journey to the big game, the 49ers won the NFC Championship, defied critics and odds, and endured a heated quarterback controversy. Eight games into the season, quarterback Alex Smith, who had led the 49ers to great success and the league in completion percentage, suffered a concussion and was not given an opportunity to return to his position after he had recovered. In his place, backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick was playing a completely different role, rushing to win games and throw off opposing defenses, more than relying on his passing skills. In the process, Kaepernick's approach set a record for quarterback rushing in the off-season, upsetting favored teams and leading San Francisco all the way to the Super Bowl. Through all of their challenges, the 49ers found a way to win, which is the true measure of a championship team. Join them on their quest for history and relive this amazing season, game-by-game, score-by-score, controversy-by-controversy, and victory-by-victory.