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NFL Week 4: Seahawks vs. 49ers live updates

Rohan Chakravarthi
Oct 3, 2021 at 1:11 PM--


4th Quarter


GAME ALERT: The Seahawks defeat the 49ers 28-21 after a slow start to reach 2-2 on the season, moving to 3rd in the NFC West, as the 49ers now drop to 2-2.

Freddie Swain recovers the onside kick and essentially guarantees a Seattle victory, as the Seahawks just have to kneel multiple times to win this one.

TOUCHDOWN ALERT: Trey Lance finds Deebo Samuel for an eight-yard score and rushes up the middle for the two-point conversion to make the score 28-21. The 49ers need an onside kick to have a chance to tie.

On 4th & 10 after an almost-touchdown to George Kittle, Trey Lance maneuvers in the pocket and rushes through the middle for 13 yards to the SEA 8 for another redzone opportunity.

QUARTER ALERT: At the two-minute warning, the 49ers trail 28-13 to the Seahawks and have a 1st & 10 at the SEA 21 with one of their timeouts remaining.

Facing another 4th down, Trey Lance steps in the pocket and delivers to Mohammed Sanu for a first down ahead of the two-minute warning.

On 2nd & 20, Trey Lance makes a strong throw to Deebo Samuel to get 12 yards and to the SEA 30.

The 49ers hold up on defense, forcing another 3 & out, and will get the ball back at their own 20-yard line with 4:30 left in the 4th quarter. Trey Lance will get another shot to compile a solid offensive drive.

On 4th & 2 at the SF 48, Deebo Samuel is stopped on an jet-sweep, capping an 8-play, 29-yard drive for San Francisco, and giving the Seahawks the ball with good field position.

The 49ers defense gets back to business and forces a 3 & out, as Seattle has to punt. San Francisco will take over once again at their own 20-yard line.

Once again, the 49ers are forced to punt after another 3 & out, giving the ball back to Seattle with under 11 minutes left down two touchdowns.

SCORE ALERT: Alex Collins swiftly moves through the defense and finds paydirt for a 14-yard touchdown to give the Seahawks a 28-13 lead with 12:07 left in the 4th quarter.

Two third down penalties cost the 49ers as Dre Kirkpatrick commits a pass interference on Tyler Lockett after an offsides call against Dee Ford to give the Seahawks 1st & 10 at the SF 18.

3rd Quarter


QUARTER ALERT: At the end of the 3rd quarter, the Seahawks lead the 49ers 21-13 and have the ball at the SF 49 on 2nd & 6.

INJURY ALERT: Trent Williams(cramps) is questionable to return.

TOUCHDOWN ALERT: Deebo Samuel is left wide open and Trey Lance finds him for a 76-yard touchdown to bring the 49ers back into this game. Mitch Wishnowsky misses the PAT and the 49ers now trail 21-13.


SCORE ALERT: Russell Wilson evades a sack from Dontae Johnson and fires a strike to Freddie Swain for the 13-yard touchdown. The Seahawks now lead 21-7.

TURNOVER ALERT: Trenton Cannon fumbles not once, but twice on the kickoff following Russell Wilson's touchdown, and the Seahawks get the ball at the SF 14.

INJURY ALERT: On the Wilson touchdown play, Javon Kinlaw is slow to get up, as trainers appear to be tending to his hamstring.

SCORE ALERT: Russell Wilson rushes in and dives for a 16-yard touchdown to give Seattle the lead 14-7 with 5:31 remaining in the 3rd quarter.

REDZONE ALERT: The Seahawks have marched down the field, as an Alex Collins six-yard rush on 2nd & 1 puts the Seahawks at the SF 18 with the game tied 7-7.

Trey Lance's first two passes of the day are incompletions to George Kittle and Deebo Samuel, with the latter throw almost being intercepted. The 49ers are forced to punt to once again, as Seattle takes over at the SEA 34 following an 11-yard return from Freddie Swain.

Update: An illegal touching penalty on the punt will make the Seahawks re-punt, this time going to the SF 26 rather than the SF 8. The 49ers, with Trey Lance at quarterback, will take over from that spot.

Once again, the 49ers force a punt as they stuffed Chris Carson once again to force a long 3rd down, where Russell Wilson threw an incompletion. They take over at their own 8-yard line.


After a couple of impressive Trey Sermon runs, Trey Lance is stuffed on a 3rd & 4 run and the 49ers are forced to punt once again. Seattle takes over at their own 16-yard line with the chance to take the lead.

BREAKING NEWS: Trey Lance is in at quarterback to start the second half as Jimmy Garoppolo is dealing with a calf injury.

2nd Quarter


QUARTER ALERT: At halftime, the 49ers and Seahawks are tied 7-7, despite San Francisco dominating for a majority of the first half. The 49ers will receive the second-half kickoff.

The 49ers can't get enough offensive traction, and are forced to punt the ball away to Seattle with 38 seconds remaining. The Seahawks do have two timeouts, but start at their own 6-yard line.

With 1:54 remaining in the half, Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers have a chance at a 2-minute-drill and will also get the ball at the start of the second half.

SCORE ALERT: D.K. Metcalf catches a Russell Wilson pass over the middle and lunges in for the touchdown to tie the game at 7-7 with 1:54 remaining in the game.

D.K. Metcalf beats Emmanuel Moseley on the crosser to get Seattle into the redzone with a 28-yard completion to the SF 15.

With under five minutes left in the first half, the Seahawks finally get their first 1st down of the game on a Russell Wilson 28-yard completion to Alex Collins, setting up a 1st & 10 at the SEA 48. Seattle trails just 7-0.

The Seahawks defense forces yet another punt, as the 49ers can't capitalize on good field position and have a quick 3 & out. Seattle starts their next drive at their own 20-yard line following the Mitch Wishnowsky touchback.

The 49ers defense stays up to the challenge, allowing only one yard on three plays, with Emmanuel Moseley in great coverage on D.K. Metcalf on 3rd down to force the 4th straight Seattle 3 & out to start the game. The Seahawks have yet to get a first down in this game, and still are down just 7-0.

After another promising drive starting at their own 14-yard line, the 49ers have to punt once again on 4th & 5 at the SF 41, giving Seattle another chance to potentially tie this game.

The 49ers go in their bag of tricks with an attempted trick play, as Jacques Patrick tosses it back to Jimmy Garoppolo, who fires an incompletion down the field, looking for George Kittle.

MILESTONE ALERT: 49ers RB Jacques Patrick's first NFL carry is an 8-yard gain. It is his NFL debut today, and he's the backup to Trey Sermon in the backfield.

On 3rd & 10 at the SF 14, Jimmy Garoppolo finds Deebo Samuel, who muscles through for the 1st down.

The Seattle Seahawks do not have a single first down yet with 11:09 left in the first half. It's been three straight 3 & outs for Seattle.

SACK ALERT: After two Chris Carson rushes gain nothing and a false start by Seattle, Dee Ford and Javon Kinlaw get in the backfield and sack Russell Wilson on 3rd & 15 to force yet another punt.

With Robbie Gould suffering a groin injury, it will be interesting to see whether the 49ers will continue to go out for field goals, or perhaps be more aggressive on later downs.

After a George Kittle screen pass for 7 yards, Mitch Wishnowsky, who's filling in for the injured Robbie Gould, misses a 41-yard field goal, keeping the score at 7-0 49ers.

SACK ALERT: Jordyn Brooks comes up big for the Seahawks, as he reached the backfield untouched and sacked Jimmy Garoppolo on 2nd down to force a 3rd & 15.

1st Quarter


QUARTER ALERT: At the end of the 1st quarter, the 49ers lead the Seahawks 7-0 and have a 2nd & 8 at the SEA 23 to start the second quarter.

Jimmy Garoppolo is on a roll on San Francisco's 3rd drive of the game, completing four straight passes, with the last one being a 26-yard completion to Deebo Samuel. He's now 10/12 for 132 yards in the first quarter itself.

Brandon Aiyuk gets involved early, catching a 15-yard pass across the middle from Jimmy Garoppolo for a first down. The 49ers offense continues to move up the field.

SACK ALERT: Despite having optimal field position at the SF 38, Russell Wilson is sacked once again on 3rd & 7, this time by Nick Bosa, to force a punt.

TURNOVER ALERT: Well, it happened. On the next throw, Jimmy Garoppolo throws a questionable pass over the middle that Quandre Diggs perfectly reads to thwart the 49ers drive.

After six straight completions, Jimmy Garoppolo sails a throw over the middle that is fortunately incomplete.

SACK ALERT: On 3rd & 7, Dee Ford sacks Russell Wilson in a collapsing pocket to force the second straight 3 & out, as the Seahawks

George Kittle seems back to normal, catching two passes for 26 yards on the opening drive, after it was somewhat uncertain if he'd play this weekend.

SCORE ALERT: Jimmy Garoppolo finds tight end Ross Dwelley for a 21-yard score on 2nd & 4 to put the 49ers up 7-0 early in Santa Clara.

Deebo Samuel conttinues where he left off, catching a 28-yard pass from Jimmy Garoppolo that was brought back by a Trent Sherfield holding penalty.

After starting the game off with the ball, the Seattle offense is stumped, as the San Francisco defense forces a 3-and-out against Russell Wilson & Co.

Pregame


The 49ers are starting CBs Emmanuel Moseley and Dre Kirpatrick, who was recently signed, as their outside corners today against Seattle. They'll face the daunting duo of Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf.

The 49ers have listed their five inactives for the game: CB Josh Norman, CB K'Waun Williams, OG Aaron Banks, DT Zach Kerr, and RB Elijah Mitchell. That means that Ambry Thomas, who's been a healthy scratch regularly, is active, along with George Kittle.





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