Social Recap: Colin Kaepernick, Alex Smith Postgame Handshake

Alex Smith facing his former team dominated the storylines heading in to the 49ers Week 5 matchup.

During the week, Colin Kaepernick praised Smith for the handling of the situation when the former Nevada signal caller took over as the 49ers starting quarterback during the 2012 season.

The two greeted each other after the game, and we captured the moment via Vine.

As part of our Forty Viners program presented by Levi's®, we captured several other moments from the game – some light-hearted and some surrounding the action during the 49ers 22-17 win against the Kansas City Chiefs.

In case you missed it, here's a roundup of all of our social media posts from the sidelines, bringing you even closer to the action.

Comedian Al Madrigal, a former member of "The Daily Show" and lifelong 49ers fan, was at the game.

He's appeared in our "Rules of Engagement" video series and will also be staring in an upcoming episode of The Faithful.

Always eager to entertain, the Forty Viners had some fun with Madrigal as well as his father and son before the game. Yes, that's three generations of Madrigals…

In case you've ever wanted to get a glimpse inside of the 49ers locker room, here is a 360-degree view.

When the players arrived, 49ers Studios was there to document the team's pregame preparation.

You've never seen the national anthem performed quite like this. A special thanks goes to our anthem singer, Carolyn Malachi.

Once it was time for kickoff, the Forty Viners were ready.

Phil Dawson was 5 for 5 on the day, including this 30-yard field goal that gave the 49ers a five-point lead with 2:12 remaining.

The Chiefs needed a touchdown to win and the Faithful at Levi's® Stadium rose to the occasion.

Just like wide receiver Stevie Johnson did last week, safety Antoine Bethea had this to say to the fans…

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