Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers: Live Score and Analysis for Seattle

Marlon Maloney@@marlonmaloneyCorrespondent INovember 27, 2014

SAN FRANCISCO, CA - DECEMBER 08:  Quarterback Colin Kaepernick
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The implications of this game could not be any more grandiose for the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers. The Detroit Lions improved to 8-4 in their matinee victory over the Chicago Bears on Thanksgiving, adding even more pressure to these two clubs to pick up a win.

The 49ers have won six straight home games in a row against the Seahawks and will look to keep that trend in motion for Thanksgiving's prime-time game. Seattle's offensive line allowed seven sacks last week to the Arizona Cardinals and will need to keep linebacker Aldon Smith and Co. out of the backfield to keep quarterback Russell Wilson upright.

A win for either team will allow them to keep pace with the Lions in the playoff race and possibly move to within a game of the Cardinals should they lose on Sunday. 

You can catch all the action at 8:30 p.m. ET on your local NBC affiliate. Leave it here for live analysis, scoring updates and more throughout the game. 

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