Seattle Seahawks Score, The San Francisco 49ers edged the Seattle Seahawks, 19-17, in an ugly, penalty-filled divisional slugfest on Sunday. Colin Kaepernick got his first career win over the Seahawks.
The 49ers struck first with a short field goal midway through the first quarter. The Seahawks’ offense got off to a slow start, and things weren’t helped by a blocked punt. Seattle’s defense held up to the challenge, holding San Francisco to another field goal.
The Seahawks woke up in the second quarter. Golden Tate split the defense for a 24-yard catch-and-run to set up an 11-yard touchdown by Marshawn Lynch, giving Seattle a 7-6 lead. Phil Dawson tacked on his third field goal of the day to get the lead back for San Francisco, but Seattle took it right back. Russell Wilson found a wide-open Luke Willson for a 39-yard touchdown to take a 14-9 lead. The 49ers continued the back-and-forth, as Kaepernick hit Vernon Davis for an eight-yard score at the end of the second quarter. San Francisco went into halftime leading 16-14.
After the teams traded punts in the third quarter, the 49ers threatened in the redzone again, but Byron Maxwell came up with an interception at the goal line. The Seahawks were unable to capitalize, leading to another punt. The score stayed the same heading into the third quarter.