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Sunday, December 14, 2014 at CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA.) Seahawks 17, 49ers 7 The San Francisco 49ers came into this rivalry with their backs against the wall in a must win situation. Kaepernick appeared to have his game together in the first half while the defense shut down the Seattle offense keeping them to a mere 3 points in the first half. With a Eric Reid interception to end the half, the Niners had all the momentum heading into the locker room. The 12th man would liven up in the second half getting behind the Seahawks to create one of the toughest atmospheres in the NFL. After a controversial roughing the passer call on San Francisco, Seattle would take the 17-7 lead on a 10-yard touchdown pass to Richardson and eliminate the 49ers from the 2014 NFL Playoffs.
Thursday, November 27, 2014 at Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, CA.) Seahawks 19, 49ers 3 In the first Thanksgiving Day game ever at the new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, the Seattle Seahawks threw a major blow to the 49ers 2014 playoff chances. Both teams came into the game with 7-4 records and needing a win to move closer to the division leading Arizona Cardinals. Although ths score was only 10-0 at halftime, the Seahawks dominated the game in every facet. Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch ran for over 100 yards, averaging more than 5 yards per carry. But the real story was Seattle’s defense. Led by Richard Sherman’s 2 interceptions, the Seahawks stifled Colin Kaepernick, holding San Francisco to only 164 yards of total offense.
Sunday, January 19, 2014 at CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA.) Seahawks 23, 49ers 17 The Seahawks and 49ers took their rivalry to the next level showcasing the game on the biggest stage in the NFC for the Championship Game. Kaepernick got San Francisco off to a big start with over 100 rushing yards in the first half to take a 10-3 lead. With Super Bowl contention looming in the air the second half got underway and after a back and forth swap of points Seattle would head into the fourth quarter down by 4. Russell Wilson did what he does best and extended multiple plays to take a 6 point lead and give Kaepernick just over 2 minutes to pit a comeback. After building a 4th quarter drive Kaepernick's pass to Crabtree in the endzone would be denied by Sherman and intercepted to send Seattle to Super Bowl XLVIII.
Sunday, December 8, 2013 at Candlestick Park (San Francisco, CA.) 49ers 19, Seahawks 17 The bitter NFC rivalry came down to the wire at Candlestick as both Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick exchanged big play offense drives. Crabtree appeared in his second game of the season since injuring his achilles and racked in 40 yards but it was Boldin who turned out to be Kaepernicks favorite target with 93 yards. Wilson led the Seahawks down to take their first lead of the game late in the fourth quarter at 16-14. Thanks to a 51-yard run from Frank Gore the 49ers were able to get with in field goal range for Dawson to split the uprights with a game winning kick to remain unbeaten at home against the NFC West since 2008.
Sunday, September 15, 2013 at CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA.) Seahawks 29, 49ers 3 It was rough and rowdy for the 49ers at CenturyLink, with the Seahawks dominating the line of scrimmage and beating down their divisional rival 29-3 on Sunday night. Marshawn Lynch had 135 total yards and 3 TDs while the Seahawks D was able to hold Frank Gore to only 16 yards on 9 attempts. The Seahawks defense caused a safety to open the scoring, then Lynch and kicker Steven Hauschka provided the rest of the scoring. The loss moved the Niners to 1-1, moving the 2-0 Seahawks into first place.
Sunday, December 23, 2012 at CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA.) Seahawks 42, 49ers 13 Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson combined to make this a blowout pretty quickly, taking a 28-6 lead into halftime before finishing the Niners off in the second half with two more touchdowns. Lynch had 130 total yards and scored 2 TDs, while Wilson threw four 4. Doug Baldwin caught two TDs in the second half to put the game completely out of reach for San Francisco, who could only muster 82 yards on the ground. The game put the Seahawks at 10-5 and dropped the Niners down to 10-4-1.
Thursday, October 18, 2012 at Candlestick Park (San Francisco, CA.) 49ers 13, Seahawks 6 Frank Gore took top billing in this one, outgaining Marshawn Lynch 182 to 116 in total yards as the 49ers took over first place in the NFC West. The two teams traded field goals back and forth and the Seahawks were up 6-3 until Alex Smith found Delanie Walker for a 12-yard touchdown pass late in the third quarter. Both teams intercepted the other in the fourth, and the Walker TD proved to be the difference in the end.