Seahawks vs. 49ers: Thursday Night Football Live
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The 49ers defeat the Seahawks and are now in 1st place in the NFC West.
Jim Harbaugh and Pete Carroll shake hands at midfield. No fireworks this time.
The 49ers are sending out Alex Smith to take a knee and win this game.
Oh man, San Francisco is trolling the hell out of Vegas.— Adam Kramer (@KegsnEggs) October 19, 2012
Russell Wilson will have to go 89 yards in 1:36 to tie this game.
Alex Smith is tackled short of the 1st down and Seattle will get the ball back.
Interesting that Kendall Hunter, not Frank Gore, is in the game as the 49ers try to salt the clock. Gore on his knee on the sideline.— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) October 19, 2012
Two-minute warning in San Francisco. The 49ers have the ball while Seattle has two timeouts.
Patrick Willis tips Russell Wilson's 3rd down pass and the Seahawks are forced to punt. The 49ers take over on their own 23-yard line.
Even Donovan McNabb thinks the Seahawks are moving too slowly on this drive.— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) October 19, 2012
The Seahawks are facing a huge 3rd & 12.
Frank Gore's 182 yards from scrimmage are the most for any Seattle opponent this year, surpassing the 138 gained by Wes Welker.— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) October 19, 2012
Frank Gore is well over the 100-yard rushing mark for the night.
Russell Wilson is the first rookie QB in NFL history to have 2 game-winning TD passes in the 2:00 of the 4th quarter.
Surprised at how SF gashing Seattle on the ground. Sure beats Alex Smith, though.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) October 19, 2012
The 49ers call a QB draw on 3rd & 7 that is unsuccessful. David Akers hits a 28-yard field goal to extend the lead to 7 points.
Nice "we don't trust our QB" call.— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) October 19, 2012
Hey Seattle - this isn't rocket science, stack the line already. Alex Smith couldn't throw a loaf of bread into a grocery cart right now.— Bill Simmons (@sportsguy33) October 19, 2012
Another nice punt return by Ted Ginn sets the 49ers up inside Seattle territory.
Marshawn Lynch fumbles on the 1st play but is ruled down. The 49ers tried to challenge the call but it was ruled forward progress had been stopped.
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