San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo didn't have to do much against the Minnesota Vikings in the Divisional Round and the team still came away with a win. It's not that he struggled, the team just jumped out to a big lead and ran the ball for success.

So what should we expect from him against the Green Bay Packers? Will he have a game big and lead the 49ers to a win or will he struggle?

Let's break down three bold predictions for Garoppolo.

3. Garoppolo throws for under 200 yards

Garoppolo looked good in the first team's matchup against the Packers as he threw for 253 yards and two touchdowns. The Packers defense overall isn't good, but their biggest issue has been slowing down the run. On the season, they are giving up 120.1 points per game, which is 23rd in football.

Look for the 49ers to have success running the ball early and for the team to not really stop. Garoppolo is still going to have to throw the ball at times, but probably not as much as he has had to in other games. Look for him to finish with under 200 yards passing in the game.

2. Targets George Kittle at least eight times

Against the Vikings, the team didn't need George Kittle to have a big game and that led him to finish with only three receptions for 16 yards. In this game, Garoppolo is going to make it a point early to look Kittle's way a lot, and attack a Packers defense that has had issues at times this year against tight ends.

The first time these two teams faced off, Kittle finished the game catching six passes for 129 yards and a touchdown. 129 yards might be a stretch for how many yards he finishes with, but he is going to get plenty of opportunities to catch the ball.

1. Garoppolo hits Kittle late with a game winning touchdown

The 49ers are big favorites against the Packers, but this game is going to finish closer than people think. Late in the game, the Packers will actually have the lead with Garoppolo having a chance to lead a game-winning drive. He will drive them down the field and hit Kittle with a pass that results in a touchdown.

Even though stats wise his game isn't going to look all that impressive, he is going to make the big throws late to lead the team to a victory.