The Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers will face each other on Sunday for the second time since late November.
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The Seahawks (9-4) are trying to keep up with the Arizona Cardinals (11-3) in the NFC West race while the 49ers (7-6) are just trying to stay afloat with three games left.
Seattle’s defense has been solid lately, allowing two touchdowns in their past three games while dominating both up front and in the secondary.
That’s bad news for Colin Kaepernick, who has only beaten the Seahawks once in his career and has never won at CenturyLink Field. In five games, in which he is 1-4, Kaepernick has thrown three touchdown passes and nine interceptions.
Richard Sherman and company are surely licking their chops once again for this one.
A Seahawks win would keep the NFC West race in their hands as they can win the title upright by winning each of their last three games.
A 49ers win would force Seattle to focus a bit more on the wild card spot. San Francisco would still be on the outside looking in, but at least with eight wins they would have something to look at.
Kickoff is at 1:25 p.m. PT at CenturyLink Field, where the high should be in the 40s on a chilly Seattle day.
Will the Seahawks win their 10th game of the season and sweep the season series against their bitter division rivals?
Or will the 49ers upset the Seahawks and save their gloomy season?
Here is the broadcast information so you don’t miss any of the action: