The Seahawks travel to San Francisco's Candlestick Park this Thursday to take on the 49ers in what might be one of the most anticipated NFC West games of the season. The Seahawks are coming off an amazing comeback victory over the Patriots on Sunday, when rookie QB Russell Wilson rallied his team from a fourth quarter 23-10 deficit, to overtake the Patriots with a final score of 24-23. In a stellar quarterback performance, Wilson completed 16 of 27 passes for 293 yards, including three touchdown passes. Despite the Patriots offense being ranked number one in the league, QB Tom Brady had two passes picked off by the Seahawks: first by CB Richard Sherman in the third quarter, and another by safety Earl Thomas, who snagged a pass in the endzone in the fourth quarter.
The San Francisco 49ers, on the other hand, are coming off a 26-3 drubbing at the hands of the New York Giants, which dropped their record to 4-2, tying them with the Seahawks and Cardinals for first place in the NFC West division. In that game, the normally solid 49ers offense fell apart after the first quarter, and never advanced beyond the Giants 24-yard line. 49ers QB Alex Smith threw three interceptions and was sacked four times in an uncharacteristically poor performance. Alex Smith and the 49ers will be looking to wipe out the memories of this home field loss with a strong win over the Seahawks this Thursday, while the Seahawks will try to keep up the level of play that enabled them to overcome a 13-point deficit against a number-one ranked offense. PSL Source is proud to offer Seattle Seahawks CSLs, your key to season tickets for all Seattle Seahawks games.