(SAN FRANCISCO) -- Colin Kaepernick will look to conquer his own demons on Sunday when the 49ers take on the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in the NFC Championship game.
The second-year quarterback is 4-0 on the road in the playoffs, but is 0-2 all-time in the regular season at Seattle.
"Those games really don't matter at this point," Kaepernick said on Wednesday. "We're trying to win this game to get to where we want to be."
Kaepernick has completed 32 of 64 passes for 371 yards with one touchdown and four interceptions during his two visits to Seattle.
"Big stage never seems to bother him,"49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said on Wednesday. "He has that special ability that the great ones have to elevate their game in those situations."
49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin has faith that the young quarterback will do whatever it takes to bring his team to a second straight Super Bowl.
"He is confident in his abilities," Boldin said. "He doesn't waiver. Even when (reporters) say bad things about him, he's still confident about getting his job done. He comes out here, he works his butt off every day, one of the first guys here, last to leave."
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