San Francisco's offense picked up just eight first downs total, gaining just 142 total yards on eleven drives. Aside from a Phil Dawson field goal midway through the third quarter, the 49ers offense operated in fits and starts before being forced to punt it away over and over again.
On the other side, Russell Wilson threw two interceptions, but neither of them had much of an impact with the 49ers offense failing to capitalize on his mistakes. He finished 18-of-24 for 235 yards and a touchdown, managing the game and the clock effectively enough to keep the 49ers in check. His one touchdown was a beautiful 43-yard play-action connection.
Wilson was backed up by a solid return to form for Marshawn Lynch. Lynch rushed 27 times for 122 yards and a touchdown, running over 49ers defenders for extra yards on several of those carries.
With the loss, San Francisco falls to 2-5 and will face questions about head coach Jim Tomsula's game planning for the next ten days before November 1st's road game in St. Louis. Seattle moves to 3-4 and will look to get to .500 on the same day in Dallas.Back to the San Francisco 49ers Newsfeed