Good news for 49ers’ banged-up offense: Seahawks’ defense appears historically awful

Oct 27, 2020 at 3:40 PM--


The 49ers will play at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, but this trip will be far different from their visits in recent years. For starters, there will be no fans at the raucous stadium. In addition, the tenants are playing no defense. The Seahawks' 5-1 start fueled by MVP candidate quarterback Russell Wilson has obscured the fact that Seattle's defense appears to be historically awful.
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