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NFL Week 13: 49ers at Seahawks live updates

Rohan Chakravarthi
Dec 5, 2021 at 1:29 PM--

4th Quarter

The 49ers pass rush gets to Russell Wilson once again on 3rd down, breaking up Wilson's pass attempt, and forcing another Seattle punt.

SACK ALERT: After being inactive last weekend, Jordan Willis gets by Duane Brown almost instantly, sacking Russell Wilson for a loss of ten on 1st & 10.

Following San Francisco's punt, Seattle has the ball to start the 4th quarter up 30-23 after dominating the 3rd quarter due to a multitude of self-inflicted mistakes.

3rd Quarter

On 4th & 1, Jimmy Garoppolo is stopped very short on an ugly read-option playcall, which is luckily killed due to an illegal snap from center Alex Mack. Instead, the 49ers punt.

SCORE ALERT: Almost immediately following the Garoppolo interception, Russell Wilson hit Josh Norman over the shoulder for a 12-yard touchdown, embarrassing Josh Norman in coverage.

TURNOVER ALERT: After a nice third down conversion to Brandon Aiyuk, Jimmy Garoppolo throws a horrible overthrown pass right to Quandre Diggs, who returns the interception 29 yards to the SF 28.

SACK ALERT: Arden Key and Azeez Al-Shaair combine for a crucial 3rd down sack of Russell Wilson to push Seattle out of field goal range, forcing a punt.

SCORE ALERT: On 3rd & Long in San Francisco's endzone, Carlos Dunlap kills the 49er offensive line and sacks Jimmy Garoppolo to tie this game at 23-23 with a safety.

INJURY UPDATE: CB Emmanuel Moseley(ankle) is OUT for the remainder of today's game. It's unclear whether Deommodore Lenoir or Dontae Johnson will continue to play in his place.

TURNOVER ALERT: On 3rd & 4 at the SF 5, Russell Wilson's throw to Gerald Everett is bobbled and intercepted by K'Waun Williams, as San Francisco catches a break following their special teams miscues.

TURNOVER ALERT: On the kickoff to start the 2nd half, Travis Benjamin fumbles and Seattle's Travis Homer recovers, adding to the abysmal special teams day for the 49ers as Seattle starts in favorable field position.

2nd Quarter

Following another 15-yard roughing the passer penalty, this one committed by Charles Omenihu, Russell Wilson exploits the soft coverage by Deommodore Lenoir, hitting Dee Eskridge for a 7-yard touchdown to put Seattle down 23-21.

Arden Key commits a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty, putting Seattle at the SF 34 with just over a minute remaining in the half.

SCORE ALERT: George Kittle catches a 48-yard touchdown from Jimmy Garoppolo, accelerating past his defenders with help from blockers Brandon Aiyuk and Jauan Jennings, to put the 49ers up 23-14 after a missed Robbie Gould extra point.

SCORE ALERT: Adrian Peterson rushes it in for the Seattle touchdown following the Lenoir penalty, cutting San Francisco's lead to 17-14 with under 7 minutes to go in the half.

Deommodore Lenoir is burned on a Russell Wilson deep ball, as DK Metcalf makes a 33-yard catch to set Seattle up inside the SF 5 and then is caught on the wrong end of a pass interference call, giving Seattle optimal field position.

SCORE ALERT: The 49ers march down the field, but a Trent Sherfield holding penalty and a Tom Compton false start forces San Francisco to settle for a 50-yard field goal, which Robbie Gould drills. Niners up 17-7.

INJURY ALERT: CB Emmanuel Moseley(ankle) is QUESTIONABLE to return. Rookie Deommodore Lenoir has taken his place opposite Josh Norman in the secondary.

1st Quarter

SACK ALERT: Arik Armstead collapses on Russell Wilson in the backfield quickly on first down, notching his third sack of the season.

SCORE ALERT: Elijah Mitchell fights his way in, lowering his head and getting the San Francisco touchdown to put the 49ers up 14-7 in the first quarter.

Following a Nick Bosa sack on first down forcing a Russell Wilson fumble, Seattle can't capitalize on the Jimmy Garoppolo turnover, as Jason Myers misses wide right on a 55-yard field goal.

TURNOVER ALERT: Jimmy Garoppolo fails to see Bobby Wagner and throws a questionable interception behind Trent Sherfield right in the hands of Wagner, giving Seattle great field position.

Following an impressive defensive coverage play by Emmanuel Moseley to force DK Metcalf out of bounds on a catch attempt, Seattle is forced to punt.

SCORE ALERT: On the first play of the drive, Jimmy Garoppolo confidently hits George Kittle in the back of the endzone for a 24-yard touchdown, tying the game up for the 49ers.

TURNOVER ALERT: D.J. Jones makes two huge plays: a tackle for loss on first down, followed by a forced fumble on DK Metcalf to give the 49ers great field position at the SEA 24.

The 49ers fail to gain any traction on their first drive, as Jimmy Garoppolo can't hit his receiver, forcing a 49ers punt.

Trent Sherfield is starting opposite Brandon Aiyuk at the second receiver spot, and figures to have a significant role with Deebo Samuel out.

Following two strong tackles by Azeez Al-Shaair, Jaquiski Tartt breaks up a second Seattle screen play forcing an early 4th down, but a fake punt completely fools the 49ers, as Travis Homer rushes it in for a 73-yard touchdown, giving the Seahawks a 7-0 lead early.

On the opening kickoff, 49ers specialist Trenton Cannon appears to have taken a knee to the head/neck area, needing a stretcher and an ambulance. Prayers up for Cannon.


As expected, Deebo Samuel and Fred Warner will not suit up, meaning that Brandon Aiyuk will step up as San Francisco's No. 1 receiver, and Azeez Al-Shaair will take over at MIKE linebacker.

The 49ers have listed their inactives for the game: DL Maurice Hurst, WR Deebo Samuel, OL Colton McKivitz, LB Fred Warner, LB Marcell Harris, and LB Dre Greenlaw.

One notable name not on this list: RB Adrian Peterson, who signed to Seattle's practice squad earlier in the week after being cut from the Tennessee Titans.

The Seahawks have listed their inactives for the game: QB Jacob Eason, CB Nigel Warrior, RB Alex Collins, G Phil Haynes, G Damien Lewis, and DT Robert Nkemdiche.

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