Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Monday

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11-2.

Sherman expected blowout win, blames loss on bad calls | ProFootballTalk
“We didn’t project it to be this way,” Sherman said, via quotes distributed by the 49ers. “We expected to blow them out but they got the benefit of a few calls tonight throughout the game and that helps you especially on third down, we will see them again and it will be a different result.”

San Francisco 49ers defeat Seattle Seahawks 19-17 - San Jose Mercury News
Defending their NFC West crown on their home turf apparently meant as much to the 49ers as enhancing their playoff hopes. By nightfall Sunday, the 49ers still hadn't been dethroned just yet as the reigning division champions, knocking off the first-place Seattle Seahawks 19-17 at Candlestick Park. "It's a statement to the world this is still our division, and until Seattle takes it from us, we'll continue to represent it," linebacker NaVorro Bowman said.

Thiel: Seahawks done in by own misdeeds | Sportspress Northwest
Penalties and a rare blocked punt were enough to sink the Seahawks in a game the 49ers had to have. But Seattle still in charge of its fate.

Roman saves the right plays for the right moments | CSN Bay Area
The 49ers’ game-winning drive was highlighted by two plays that offensive coordinator Greg Roman kept in reserve for when they were needed most.

Notes: Wright overcomes head injury to make clutch INT; Boldin flourishes; Lynch held under 100 | 49ers Hot Read
Nickel back Eric Wright overcame a third-quarter head injury to record his first interception with the 49ers and seal their 19-17 win Sunday over the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks' slugfest loss an example of what to expect - 710sports.com
Seattle's second loss of the season wasn't decided by a field goal. The 49ers' 22-yard chip shot of a kick may have accounted for the final margin of the Seahawks' 19-17 loss, but it wasn't the difference in this game.

Seahawks' slugfest loss an example of what to expect - 710sports.com
Seattle's second loss of the season wasn't decided by a field goal. The 49ers' 22-yard chip shot of a kick may have accounted for the final margin of the Seahawks' 19-17 loss, but it wasn't the difference in this game.

49ers' next task: win at Seattle in playoffs - San Francisco 49ers Blog - ESPN
As players dispersed onto the field Sunday afternoon after a physical battle that cemented this as one of the NFL's finest rivalries, many San Francisco 49ers had a message for the Seattle Seahawks.

49ers get revenge, beat Seahawks 19-17 | HeraldNet.com - Sports
SAN FRANCISCO — Phil Dawson kicked a 22-yard field goal with 26 seconds remaining and the San Francisco 49ers held off the Seattle Seahawks 19-...

Quick reaction: Seahawks fall to San Francisco 19-17 | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
What happened: The Seahawks defense, the unit that has been so steady this season, gave up a lead in the final minutes. That’s not an entirely fair way to canvass Seattle’s 19-17 loss at San Francisco on Sunday, but it is, in the end, what happened. The Seahawks offense couldn’t get much going in the second half — they only scored after a big punt return from Golden Tate gave them the ball in San Francisco territory — but they did enough to give Seattle a 17-16 lead with 6:20 left in the game. Frank Gore’s 51-yard run put San Francisco inside the red zone, and Colin Kaepernick picked up eight yards on 3rd-and-8 to keep the drive alive. The loss snapped a seven-game winning streak for the Seahawks.

Injury updates: Wright out six weeks with broken bone in his foot | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here are a couple of injury updates from the Seattle locker room:

Richard Sherman's Technique - ESPN Video - ESPN
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman describes how to execute press coverage and how to jam receivers at the line of scrimmage.

Rapid Reaction: Seattle Seahawks - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
A few thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks' 19-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at Candlestick Park:

NFL - Despite loss, Seattle Seahawks are still NFC's best - ESPN
The Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers played a very physical football game Sunday in San Francisco, with 49ers prevailing 19-17. It was a heavyweight battle between two of the league's best teams in what I believe to be the best rivalry in the NFL right now. The win keeps San Francisco in the driver's seat for a wild-card berth in the NFC, even with the Cardinals handling the Rams with ease in Arizona on Sunday.

49ers edge Seahawks 19-17 after late field goal - 710sports.com
The game was decided by the 49ers kicking a 22-yard field goal with 26 seconds left.

Seahawks notebook: 'The penalties, they killed us today' - 710sports.com
Penalties have been the norm for the Seahawks, a tradeoff of the unrelentlingly physical style with which Seattle plays. They were something else on Sunday.

Seahawks just miss clinching NFC West
Seahawks took late lead, only to relinquish it in a 19-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at Candlestick Park on Sunday that prevented them from clinching the NFC West title.

Seahawks fall just short in first shot to win NFC West
Just after the Seahawks took a one-point lead in the fourth quarter, Frank Gore broke a 51-yard run to setup the 49ers’ game-winning field goal in a 19-17 decision at Candlestick Park.

Instant reaction: Seahawks lose in San Fran, drop to 11-2 | Seahawks Draft Blog
Penalties, two big red zone sequences and one run decided this game. In the first half the Seahawks consistently extended 49er drives with a series of holding or P.I. calls. From what I saw, all were called fairly. In the second half it was something much more avoidable.

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I just got yellow carded by the 49ers. Sorry for being a #seahawks fan? #FortyWhiners

NFL Recap - Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers - Dec 08, 2013 - CBSSports.com Game Recap
Phil Dawson kicked a 22-yard field goal with 26 seconds remaining and the San Francisco 49ers held off the Seattle Seahawks 19-17 on Sunday.

Recapping An Incredible Slate of 1:00PM Games
With nine games kicking off at 1:00, you had a feeling that it might be difficult to keep up. That would be true on a normal Sunday, but week 14 provided some of the craziest games in recent memory. So let’s bring everyone up to speed on what they might have missed:

2014 NFL Draft: Darqueze Dennard, Ryan Shazier shine in title game - CBSSports.com
Trademark performances from two future first round picks played critical roles in the Spartans' victory over the Buckeyes.

NFL Mock Draft 2014: Projections for 10 worst teams after Week 14 | Audibles - SI.com
Almost another full week of NFL action in the books means more movement among the 2014 NFL draft order.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
A look at what’s next for the stumbling Houston Texans.

Cardinals' Tyrann Mathieu likely tore ACL vs. Rams - NFL.com
The Arizona Cardinals will likely be forced to go the rest of the way without Tyrann Mathieu. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said the rookie free safety appeared to suffer a torn ACL on Sunday.

Arizona Cardinals keep playoff pace but lose Mathieu - NFL.com
Carson Palmer showed no ill effects from his elbow injury, throwing just five incompletions in the Cardinals' 30-10 win over the Rams. Arizona remains a game behind the 49ers in the wild-card chase.

Wes Welker suffers second concussion with Broncos - NFL.com
Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker suffered his second concussion of the season Sunday against the Tennessee Titans. Find out the other key injuries from a wild Sunday across the NFL.

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