The surprise team of the NFC this year emerged as Champions behind a surprise performance by an unexpected hero. San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert gashed the Green Bay Packers defense for huge chunks of yards and there was nothing they could do about it. And it had very little to do with respect for the Niners passing game, which only had to throw it 8 times. Mostert ended the afternoon with 220 yards on 29 carries; the 2nd most rushing yards in a playoff game ever behind legendary Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson. To go with that, four TDs in which he becomes on the the third player to have that many in a playoff game (Ricky Watters with 5 and LeGarrette Blount with 4). Mostert's rise to get to this point is equally as amazing. Having played for 5 teams in 2 years, the undrafted Purdue alumnus almost quit the game before the 49ers found a spot for him. In a three-headed 2019 Niners backfield along with Tevin Coleman and Matt Breida, it was Mostert who caught fire when San Francisco needed it. And now he'll live every football player's dream. Playing in a Super Bowl. Mostert is a worthy Sportsman of the Week!