The 49ers were coming off one of their best, most complete games in years, after their victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 11.
They came into Seattle with a new identity and a new attitude. It was their last chance, it was the 11th hour.
It looked good in the beginning, the team was moving the ball, and despite some hiccups, they scored a touchdown to go up 7û0. Immediately after, the defense collapsed the pocket on third down, and sacked Matt Hasselbeck. They were going to get the ball back, with momentum on their side, as well as field position.
Everything was looking identical to the Jacksonville game, except now they were in a stadium which few NFL teams find easy to take control over, especially in the first half.
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Article written by Brian O'Flaherty