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• Seattle continues to look like a dominant running team. They have clearly settled on an offensive strategy that is working, and for that we credit their play calling, personnel, and game planning.
• San Francisco was able to cross midfield several times but were held to just a field goal in the first half, and by that time Seattle had already scored 20 points. While San Francisco did call some effective plays, Seattle’s pass rush was dominant on 3rd downs and was often able to get to San Francisco quarterback Nick Mullens.
• San Francisco had some communication and game flow control issues in the 3rd quarter. On one defensive snap they had players subbing in late and were called for offsides. This created some frustration that led to an unsportsmanlike conduct called against Kyle Shanahan.