In the 49ers' first game against the Seahawks, back in Week 2, the San Francisco stat sheet was ugly.The 49ers turned the ball over five times in a 29-3 loss, committed 12 penalties for 121 yards and had control of the ball for just over 23 minutes – nearly 13 minutes less than the Seahawks.The Niners' passing game was particularly woeful, with quarterback Colin Kaepernick completing just 13-of-28 throws for 127 yards and three interceptions. Wide receiver Anquan Boldin was held to just one catch for 7 yards, and tight end Vernon Davis had only three for a grand total of 20 yards.Said Kaepernick, after that September loss: "We're not going to win games if I play like that."So as the 49ers prepare for the rematch Sunday afternoon against Seattle at Candlestick Park, why should the outcome be any different?Seattle, at 11-1, is running away with the NFC West and is coming off a lopsided win over the Saints on "Monday Night Football." The Seahawks rank No. 1 in the NFL in total defense and pass defense and lead the league in takeaways (27), and are No. 2 in turnover differential (plus-12).Plus, the Seattle secondary was terrific in that first game against San Francisco, taking...