Colin Kaepernick threw 11 interceptions this season. Six of those were into the hands of the Seattle Seahawks.And in the end, Kaepernick's final two interceptions and a fumble – all coming in the fourth quarter – proved to be the difference in Seattle's 23-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game at CenturyLink Field.Though the Niners came into the game with an eight-game winning streak and two straight road playoff wins, they couldn't overcome some costly mistakes late in Sunday's game. Instead of a return trip to the Super Bowl, it will be this year's NFC West-champion Seahawks that will play the Denver Broncos in New Jersey.The 49ers made the first big play of the game, with Aldon Smith stripping Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson of the ball on the game's first play from scrimmage. That set up a Phil Dawson field goal to give the visitors a 3-0 lead.They led at halftime, 10-3, thanks to a 58-yard run by Kaepernick that set up Anthony Dixon's 1-yard TD plunge in the second quarter.And, heading into the fourth quarter, the 49ers held a 17-13 lead.But Seattle took a 20-17 lead on a 35-yard TD pass from Wilson to Jermaine Kearse that proved...