With the victory, the 49ers improved to 10-4 and clinched the NFC West title.
Here are the highlights!
San Francisco’s offensive line opened up a huge hole for Christian McCaffrey, who ran up the middle for a 23-yard gain.
Kittle up the middle
Third-string quarterback … no problem. Purdy faked one throw, faked another, and then found George Kittle over the middle for a picture-perfect 28-yard touchdown to give the 49ers an early 7-0 lead.
The Seahawks added a field goal and were looking to put together a drive before halftime. Geno Smith connected with Travis Homer on a short pass, but San Francisco’s Dre Greenlaw and Jimmie Ward combined to make huge hit, which forced the ball loose.
Taking advantage of the turnover
The 49ers capitalized on the turnover, as McCaffrey scored on a 2-yard run, giving San Francisco a 14-3 lead before the half.
Kittle strikes again
The Brock Purdy-George Kittle connection is for real. The rookie QB connected with Kittle for a huge 54-yard touchdown, giving the 49ers a 21-3 advantage.
New NFL leader in sacks!
Nick Bosa entered Thursday night’s game tied for the league-lead with 14.5 sacks. The 49ers’ dominant pass-rusher got to Smith midway through the third quarter, overtaking New England‘s Matthew Judon for the lead.
One possession game
Smith dropped back and found tight end Noah Fant for a 10-yard touchdown with 3:35 remaining in the game. The Seahawks’ first score of the game made it 21-13.
Looking to seal the deal
Facing a third-and-1 with 2:42 remaining in the game, Purdy rolled out to his right and ran for a huge first down, which helped the 49ers seal the victory.
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