San Francisco gained their first lead of the game with :37 seconds left on the clock following a 12-yard touchdown reception from Kyle Juszczyk to take a 28-27 lead. But :37 seconds proved to be be too much time. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made two big-time throws to Davante Adams that set up Mason Crosby for a walk-off field goal for the 30-28 win over the 49ers.

The Packers dominated in the first half, taking a 17-0 lead late in the second quarter. But a long kickoff return by the 49ers set up a touchdown right before halftime, and then San Francisco scored on the opening drive of the second half to make it 17-14. It went back-and-forth from there. 

The 49ers have a tough task up ahead. Up next in their schedule are games against division rivals Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals.