The Seattle Seahawks decided enough was enough with all of the losing in October and took it to the struggling San Francisco 49ers, riding FB Leonard Weaver's 4 catches for 116-yards and 2 touchdown performance to a decisive 34-13 victory. The game was Mike Singletary's first as head coach of the 49ers.
QB Seneca Wallace started slow but finished strong going 15-of-25 for 222 yards and 2 touchdowns. The 49ers contained the Seahawks running game for the most part but gave up big plays, especially to Weaver.
On defense, the Seahawks played with purpose showing off the ball-hawking style fans expected. On a 4th down play, CB Josh Wilson picked off quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan and ran back for a 75-yard touchdown.
LB Lofa Tatupu left the game with a pulled groin. No word on his condition. The Seahawks head back to Seattle with a much-needed victory with a tough match up at home next Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The win places the Seahawks in second place in the division.
Hold on to your hats fans,
the season's not over yet.