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49ers dominate Seahawks...again: Rapid reactions

Marc Adams
Dec 11, 2023 at 8:14 AM--


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While the performance wasn't quite as dominant as what the San Francisco 49ers put on film a week ago, the 28-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks was good enough for the team to improve to 10-3 on the season.

The 49ers offense generated several big plays, and the defense came up with some timely sacks and takeaways to send the Seahawks to a fourth-straight loss.

  • Did the 49ers break the Eagles? I sure hope so because the 49ers currently have the number-one seed in the NFC. That comes with a first-round bye, which would be nice for a team that plays as violently as the 49ers.
  • From now on, anyone who says Brock Purdy is a dink-and-dunk QB who would be nothing without his weapons gets throat-punched. Dink and dunk quarterbacks don't throw for 368 yards.




  • Speaking of McCaffrey, he's pretty good.


  • If you want to see something really impressive, watch that McCaffrey run again. This time, watch Brandon Aiyuk. No block, no rock.
  • By the way, Aiyuk went over 1,000 receiving yards for the second straight season.


  • George Kittle surpassed 6,000 career receiving yards.
  • It was good to see Mason get that early touchdown. I have 49ers fans asking me almost every week (in the 49ers mailbag) why Mason doesn't play more.
  • How many times did Nick Bosa get flagged for being offsides? He's such a slouch—even with his one-and-a-half sacks in the game.
  • This wasn't Ronnie Bell's best game.
  • Ambry Thomas isn't near as good when Ward isn't on the field.
  • Clelin Ferrell had a good game. He seemed very active.
  • Deebo Samuel continues his assault on opposing defenses. He's such a valuable weapon.
  • The 49ers offense is incredible. The team no longer has to be carried by the defense.


  • Fred Warner got in on the record-breaking, as well. Can we make the case that he's the best player on defense? I realize Bosa plays on defense. But man, Warner is incredible.


  • This is the best and most complete 49ers team since the 1994 team. I realize Jim Harbaugh had some great teams, but those offenses were never this good. And I know the 1997 and 1998 teams were good, but those defenses weren't as good as this one.
  • D.K. Metcalf is a crybaby. He sure has a short fuse.
  • Per Matt Maiocco, of NBC Sports Bay Area, the 49ers and Jason Verrett have agreed to a reunion that will have the veteran cornerback joining the team's practice squad.

Up next for the 49ers will be the Arizona Cardinals, who are coming off of a bye. The Cardinals will be more rested than the 49ers, but San Francisco has already opened up as a double-digit favorite.
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