In the 49ers' 2014 schedule that was announced Wednesday night, San Francisco's NFL team received both good and bad news.But perhaps one of the biggest pluses is the fact the Niners won't play the Super Bowl-champion Seahawks until Thanksgiving night, Nov. 27, at Levi's Stadium. The previous thinking had been that perhaps the NFL would pair the NFC West rivals in an early-season game on national TV. But the fact the 49ers and Seahawks won't play until Nov. 27 – and then Dec. 14 at Seattle – gives the 49ers a chance to play both games with standout inside linebacker NaVorro Bowman.Bowman, injured in the NFC Championship Game loss in Seattle in January, isn't expected to be ready to play until midseason, which would be late October. If he stays on track, that means Bowman can fully recover, get three or four games under his belt and be ready to help against the Seahawks on Thanksgiving.There's no question that to beat the Seahawks, the 49ers will have to be at full strength and with all their weapons.Last season, the two teams met in the second game of the year in Seattle when San Francisco was without wide receiver Michael Crabtree, and the 49ers not only lost the game,...