One of the better interviews for 49ers fans, this week, came courtesy of former San Francisco kicker Robbie Gould.
During an interview at Super Bowl LVIII Radio Row, Malcom Harris-Gowdie, along with Sterling Holmes of FanSided's Stacking the Box podcast, asked Gould if he could pick out just one memorable kick during his career.
"You know, it's funny. That's such a loaded question. I get that a lot. I can't pick just one," Gould said.
But, when it came down to it, Gould knew which kick he was going to choose.
Robbie Gould will forever throw shade at the Green Bay Packers.
"If I had to pick, I think one of my favorite kicks is the Green Bay playoff kick from two years ago in the divisional round. Zero degree weather. 45 yards.
"That one was significant for me, because, I know what that meant to Chicago Bears fans, but I also know what it meant to the Bay Area and San Francisco 49ers fans to get to the NFC Championship."
Gould, of course, spent the bulk of his career with the Chicago Bears, starting back in 2005. So, getting the chance to poke fun at Green Bay is always within reach. As for the 49ers' side of this rivalry, San Francisco has currently won its last five postseason meetings with Green Bay.
After his final season with the Bears in 2015, Gould spent one year with the New York Giants before the 49ers scooped him up and saw a huge resurgence out of the future Hall of Fame kicker.
Gould missed some crucial kicks in his final days with the Bears, but would go on to enjoy a 6-year stretch in San Francisco that saw him continue what will go down as one of the best careers any kicker has ever had.
Of all kickers in the top-10, all-time, in career makes, Gould's 86.5 percent accuracy takes the top spot. Both 49ers faithful and the city of Chicago will forever love this guy, and thoroughly enjoy his lifelong vendetta against the green and gold.
Robbie Gould made an appearance with FanSided on behalf of DiGiorno.