Through all the deafening noise at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Sunday night, the San Francisco 49ers heard one very crystal-clear message:Right now, the Seattle Seahawks are the kings of the NFC West.The Niners, the division's two-time defending champions, entered CenturyLink Sunday night with a chance to avenge a 42-13 beat-down in Seattle last December. Instead, the 49ers were knocked down again, this time 29-3.The Seahawks are now 2-0, and the 49ers are 1-1. Though 14 games remain for each – and the Seahawks will have to play at Candlestick Dec. 8 -- the Seahawks delivered a powerful message after a long offseason of verbal sniping and gamesmanship between the bitter rivals:Not in our house. Not this year.Seattle's defense was physical and stifling, holding Niners running back Frank Gore to just 16 yards on nine carries, smothering San Francisco's wide receivers and holding the 49ers without a touchdown. Anquan Boldin, who had 13 catches in Week 1 vs. Green Bay, had just one catch Sunday night, unable to shake the tight coverage of Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman.Earlier in the week, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll made no secret of what the Seahawks planned to...