Seahawks vs. 49ers: 5 takeaways from Seattle’s dominant win

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Oct 22, 2015; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Seattle Seahawks surround San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Bruce Ellington (10) during the fourth quarter at Levi

The defense finally finished

Seattle’s defense had blown fourth quarter leads in all four losses this season. They also almost blew the lead in the win over the Lions. The Seahawks defense just couldn’t seem to finish a game this year.

That didn’t happen this week. Finally they were able to put their foot down and stop a team from rallying.

When the Seahawks gave up a scoring drive and then had Wilson throw his second interception, the defense didn’t collapse like they have the last two weeks. Instead, they clamped down even tighter and didn’t give up another significant drive.

That’s a very good sign. This team has the talent on defense to be dominant like in past seasons. They seemed to find their swagger tonight.

Hopefully, they won’t lose it again this season.

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