Seattle’s first possession of the game: an interception.
Visiting San Francisco (158) has nearly double the total yardage than Seattle does (82). The 49ers also have nearly tripled the Seahawks in time of possession with 22:03 to 7:42; however, the scoreboard favors the home team.
Matt Hasselbeck has two touchdowns as the Seahawks have a 14-6 lead at the half.
Seattle’s first points came when the quarterback called his own number and scampered into the end zone for a one-yard score with a little over two minutes to go in the second quarter. The rush came after Hasselbeck found wide receiver Mike Williams along the right sideline for a 35-yard strike that brought the team down to San Francisco’s one yard line.
On Seattle’s next series, it took one play for Hasselbeck to get back into the end zone. This time dialing up a 13-yard pass to Deon Butler. Putting the Seahawks deep in San Francisco’s territory was a Jordan Babineaux interception at the 33 with a 20-yard return to the 49ers’ 13 yard line.
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