Hugh Millen analysis: What really happened on Richard Sherman’s picks, how Seahawks stuffed 49ers’ run | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Seattle appears to again be playing the hunter, not the hunted Super Bowl champs. My thoughts on Thursday’s 19-3 victory over the San Francisco 49ers...
Seahawks Second Thoughts | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
As noted earlier this week, Seattle regained the top spot in the NFL in total defense in terms of yards allowed per game at 296.8. That number dropped a whole lot more tonight, to 285.8. That sets up a delicious matchup next week against a Philadelphia team that ranks No. 4 in the NFL in total offense at 416.2.
Seahawks’ Russell Wilson did not mean to offend the 49ers with ‘Bye Felicia’ video - The Washington Post
Obviously, 49ers fans didn’t take too kindly to what they perceived as a snub, so Wilson — probably because he’s so nice — decided to clarify, saying the video was not meant to be disrespectful in any way.
The fight is clearly back in Hawks, who are again bullies of NFC West | Jerry Brewer | The Seattle Times
"The fight in the guys’ eyes tonight was unmatchable," Wilson proclaimed.
Seattle Seahawks Are Back—Big Hits, Trash Talk and All | Bleacher Report
On the field, before the game in which the Seattle Seahawks outcoached, outhustled, outsmarted and outpunched the San Francisco 49ers, Richard Sherman was taunting the 49ers' crowd. He pointed to some of them, who were taunting him first. It didn't stop there.
Kawakami: 49ers shaken to their core by Seahawks - San Jose Mercury News
The Seahawks have beaten the 49ers before, but on Thursday at Levi's Stadium before a national TV audience, Seattle shook the 49ers to their very core.
Seahawks' Richard Sherman haunts and taunts the 49ers once again - ESPN
"I was laughing the whole time," Sherman said. "I told their sideline if they threw it my way I would end the game."
Here’s is the strength of schedule for the four NFC teams in wild-card contenders at the moment: Seahawks (8-4) -- .630. 49ers (7-5) -- .556. Dallas Cowboys (8-4) -- .522. Detroit Lions (8-4) -- .422.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Fitzgerald was limited in practice Friday, the first time in two weeks he participated because of a sprained MCL in his left knee suffered against Detroit in Week 11.