SAN FRANCISCO -- Colin Kaepernick may have rushed for a team-high 181 yards, but Frank Gore also breached that 100-yard threshold Saturday night for the first time in 10 games.

Gore racked up 75 of his 119 yards after halftime to cap the 49ers' 45-31 win over the Green Bay Packers in an NFC divisional playoff game.

"I was really proud of him," left tackle Joe Staley said. "He was frustrated getting shut out of 100-yard games toward the end of the season, but Frank is a team guy."

With Michael Crabtree totaling 119 receiving yards, the 49ers became the first team in NFL history to have two 100-yard rushers and a 100-yard receiver in a playoff game, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. "If that is the way to get a 'W,' then whatever. I just want to win," Gore said.

Gore pumped the 49ers' lead up to 38-24 when his 2-yard touchdown run opened the fourth quarter, capping a game-high 93-yard drive. Gore failed to run for 100 yards or a touchdown in either of the 49ers' playoff games last season.

"We just have to keep working," Gore said. "We know how it feels from last year and not getting it done (in the NFC final)."

  • Left tackle Joe Staley played the entire game despite injuring his right forearm in the second quarter. "Bone bruise," Staley said afterward. "I thought it was broken." X-rays were negative at halftime.

    Clay Matthews slipped past Staley for a sack on the 49ers' second series, the only time Kaepernick got sacked all game. "I was pretty happy with the way I played," Staley said. "I knew he was going to be a great challenge."

  • Tight end Vernon Davis, who had only six catches in the previous six games, came through with a 44-yard reception late in the third quarter for his only catch of the game. Davis burst past linebacker A.J. Hawk and sent Kaepernick's passing-yards total past the 200-yard mark. Two plays later, Gore scored his touchdown.

  • Kicker David Akers' redemption tour went well. Akers, who fended off Billy Cundiff in a weeklong competition, made a 36-yard field-goal attempt as the first half expired. Two of Akers' three kickoffs in the first half resulted in touchbacks.

  • Cornerback Chris Culliver left in the third quarter with cramps but eventually returned. Tramaine Brock had replaced him as the 49ers' No. 3 cornerback rather than Perrish Cox.

  • James Jones, a San Jose product, had four receptions for 87 yards, including a 20-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter that pulled the Packers into a 21-21 tie.

  • The 49ers converted on 7 of 10 third-down plays in the first half, 8 of 13 overall.

  • Tight end Delanie Walker continued a regular-season trend and dropped three of the four passes thrown to him in the first half. He had a sideline catch nullified by a replay review.

  • The 49ers had a franchise-record six players make The Associated Press' All-Pro first team: safety Dashon Goldson, guard Mike Iupati, punter Andy Lee, outside linebacker Aldon Smith and inside linebackers Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman. Outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks and Staley also made the AP's second team, as did Justin Smith at both defensive tackle and defensive end.

  • Kickoff was delayed 10 minutes, to 5:25 p.m., as a result of the extended AFC playoff game in which the Baltimore Ravens upset the Denver Broncos in two overtime. The Ravens are coached by Jim Harbaugh's brother John. "Congratulations to John and the Ravens," Jim Harbaugh said. "That was a real football fight."

  • Jim Harbaugh became the ninth coach in NFL history to reach a conference final or league championship in his each of his first two seasons.