Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks Fall to 49ers 13-6 After Defensive Battle

In a low-scoring game where defense was paramount, San Francisco managed to pull ahead with a final score of 13-6. The Seahawks started the scoring, with a 52-yard field goal from kicker Steven Hauschka. It wasn't long before the 49ers responded with their own field goal from kicker David Akers late in the first quarter. In the second quarter and with their second possession of the game, Hauschka provided the Seahawks with another 3 points, which concluded the scoring for Seattle Thursday night. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson threw several fantastic deep passes in the first half, but his receivers were unable to hold on to the ball, leaving the onus on the kicker to score the points. Taking into consideration that San Francisco currently has the top-rated defense in the league, Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch racked up an impressive 103 yards rushing. Are you a serious Seattle Seahawks fan? Nothing shows your commitment to your hometown team like owning your own Charter Seat License (CSL). Click on the link to learn about the benefits of owning your own Seattle Seahawks CSL and find your perfect seat today!

Late in the third quarter, 49ers QB Alex Smith threw a short 12-yard pass to TE Delanie Walker to give San Francisco their first touchdown in seven quarters. Seattle's offense was unable to respond after they lost possession when a deep pass from Russell Wilson was picked off by safety Dashon Goldson after Wilson took a hard hit from LB NaVorro Bowman as he was trying to throw. At the end of the third quarter, the 49ers had maintained their lead at 10-6. In the fourth quarter, QB Alex Smith returned the ball to Seattle when he threw an intercepted pass intended for WR Randy Moss. However, the Seahawks were unable to capitalize on this opportunity and the 49ers sealed their victory with a final 28-yard field goal from David Akers, making the final score 13-6. Fans of the 49ers were relieved to chalk up a touchdown and a home field victory after their embarassing 26-3 loss to the Giants last Sunday. After this win, the 49ers advanced to the top of the NFC West with a record of 5-2. The Seahawks drop to third place, with a record of 4-3. The Seahawks take on the Detroit Lions (2-3) next at Ford Field on October 28th. Looking for tickets to the next Seahawks game? Check out these great deals on Seattle Seahawks at Detroit Lions tickets from Maxim Tickets, our online resale ticket partners.