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It compared lock-jawed Kaepernick to charming and engaging Russell Wilson and said, in the manners category, there is no comparison.
Any challenge getting the guys back up for a game that doesn't have quite the luster as this one yesterday? "Every game's a challenge.
The 49ers offense couldn't afford to be normal. Nickel-and-diming wasn't going to be enough.
They whooped and bellowed, but later Jim Harbaugh's band of large athletes slumped down and contemplated the bruises and bloody patches, too.
This is the live blog for the fourth quarter of the 49ers' Week 14 game against the Seahawks.
Staley said during the week he expected to play a week after he went down in the first quarter against the Rams and didn't return because of a sprained right knee.
Joe Staley, the 49ers' Pro Bowl left tackle who sprained a knee last week, will play in Sunday's big game against the Seahawks at Candlestick Park.
He can change that Sunday against the team that has handed Kaepernick the two most lopsided losses of his starting career.
Between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, who play Sunday at Candlestick Park, the words are harsher and the hits are harder.
The San Francisco 49ers are looking up on the injury front. Joe Staley practiced Thursday, relatively quickly after spraining his MCL this past Sunday.
The San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks each released their injury reports, and we have a few notable names.
With injuries to their top two offensive lineman, the 49ers were forced to reach to the bench and reshuffle things up front.
In 2013, Seahawks fans have generated seismic activity, set a Guinness World Record for crowd noise and have maintained their title as the most ear-splitting in the NFL.
What does Justin Smith call the move in which he drives a 300-plus-pound offensive tackle straight back into the quarterback? “I call it, ‘I wish I had another move,’” Smith, the 49ers’ veteran defensive lineman, said Wednesday.