Sunday's 49ers-Packers playoff matchup was the most-watched Wild Card game in NFL history. The game on Fox drew 47.1 million viewers, ranking as the most viewed TV program since Super Bowl XLVII.
San Francisco's 23-20 victory also sparked a number of memorable social media posts from media outlets, former members of the 49ers and current players on the team.
Let's look back on how the game was celebrated on Twitter.
And of course, we had to close this post out with the words of game-winning kicker
You can take 45-44. We'll take 49ers-Packers http://t.co/iBN1dOXQCJ— NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) January 6, 2014
49ers. Panthers. Grudge match! Sunday. 12pm ET. pic.twitter.com/vqyIgjMLXP— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) January 6, 2014
49ERS WIN! Congratulations!— Bill Romanowski (@billromanowski) January 6, 2014
Apologies to our Wisco boys, but... #BeatthePackers— San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) January 5, 2014
Hey CLE, just want to thank y'all for your continued love. Much respect & appreciation for y'all.— Phil Dawson (@phil_dawson_4) January 6, 2014
The coldest game I ever played in! Thank God for a Great team win tonight. Now Sleep time and back on the grind in t… http://t.co/fzEJXmfnV5—
Patrick Willis(@PatrickWillis52) January 6, 2014
Ryan Seymour(@SEYMONSTER62) January 6, 2014
Tony Jerod-Eddie(@T_J_E_83) January 6, 2014
Kevin McDermott(@KMcD47) January 6, 2014
Great win. Now let's get outta here— daniel skuta (@Dskuta51) January 6, 2014
Bruce Miller(@BruceMill49er) January 6, 2014
Much respect to anyone who attended that game. Don’t know how you guys just sat in that weather. #respect— jonathan goodwin (@jgoody59) January 6, 2014
We did it we did it!! Coldest game ever lol #Blessed—
Eric Reid(@E_Reid35) January 6, 2014
Great team win!!—
Michael Crabtree(@KingCrab15) January 6, 2014
Worth the wait... #PlayoffWin— Phil Dawson (@phil_dawson_4) January 6, 2014