49ers vs. Seahawks: Live Score, Video and Analysis
Both Kyle Williams and Delanie Walker left the game on plays that looked worse than they actually were, but the status of both players isn't yet known.
The Seahawks are a team that will surely challenge the 49ers next year, and the they performed admirably in the tough loss.
Marshawn Lynch was the star of the game in a losing effort. His tough running broke both of the 49ers defensive streaks as he ran for 107 yards and one touchdown.
I was extremely impressed by what I saw from the Seahawks offense against the 49ers defense. Tavaris Jackson was in synch with his receivers most of the afternoon, and the offensive line was bullying the 49ers front seven the majority of the time.
The Seahawks defense also impressed me with their ability to continually cover the 49ers receivers like a blanket.
The 49ers showed incredible fortitude coming away with this win. Alex Smith, though not overwhelming on the stat sheet, once again showed why he has been able to lead his team to a record of 13-3. His ball security and good decision-making was crucial to the 49ers win.
Frank Gore was a workhorse for the 49ers, as usual, carrying the ball 23 times for 83 yards and one touchdown.
Larry Grant continued to shine in the absence of Patrick Willis, sacking Tavaris Jackson and causing a fumble to seal the game. Speaking of sacks, Aldon Smith added to his impressive total when he sacked Jackson in the third quarter, bringing his season total up to 14.
All in all, this was a huge win for the 49ers because it allowed them to continue to control their own destiny. Even if the Saints win both of their last two games, the 49ers claim the two seed if they win at St. Louis.
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Tavaris Jackson ends the game on a terrible note. The 49ers will take a knee and win their 12th game.
Final Score 49ers win 19-17
Bad throw stops the clock. There is now 18 seconds left and the Seahawks are on their own 36-yard line.
The Seahawks will have one more chance to win the game with 41 seconds left. They have to drive about 45 yards to get within field goal range. No timeouts remain.
Now, all the 49ers need is the New Orleans Saints to lose and they are guaranteed the number two seed.
Seattle came close, but the 49ers will pull away from this one with a hard-earned win.
49ers defense shows up again, as Grant strips the ball from Jackson and the 49ers get the ball back.
Seahawks don't seem to be in much of a hurry here.
Breaking news: Both 49ers streaks are officially over. Lynch is a stud.
Lynch was left all alone on the outside, and then he did the rest by himself.
Charles Davis is my new favorite announcer. He is the most knowledgable guy on T.V.
49ers special teams continue to be special.
Akers continues to provide consistent offense for the 49ers.
49ers now lead 19-17
49ers are now 3-13 on third down. Not good enough.
This is a battle between two great teams.
Larry Fitzgerald called. He said Crabtree can give his hands back to him after the game.
Crabtree! What a catch!
Braylon Edwards looks lost out there.
Michael Robinson got called for a helmet-to-helmet 15 yard penalty.
Kyle Williams is walking off the field. Great news for him and his family.
Boy! The 49ers were already thin at the wide receiver position, and then Delanie Walker and Kyle Williams get hurt.
Kyle Williams is down, and it looks bad.
Will the 49ers bounce back? There is still lots of time left in this game.
Lynch broke the 49ers defense. The streak is over and the Seahawks now lead this game, 17-16
Seattle has been impressive in coverage at times today.
Great save by Colin Jones to save a touchdown.
Seattle will have a first and goal.
Good defense from Seattle, and the 49ers will punt.
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