Seahawks defies 49ers in a 43-16 match


Seattle Seahawks celebrates its third victory in a row after beating their rival San Francisco 49ers Sunday evening at  CenturyLink Field with a remarkable 43-16 result.

This stunning triumph resulted from the combined prowess of the Seahawks’ exemplary team. Quarterback Russell Wilson passed 185 yards and accomplished four touchdowns. To their advantage, linebacker Bobby Wagner managed a touchdown by converting a pick in the fourth quarter.

Meanwhile, San Francisco 49ers fell short of their chance to win despite wide receiver Dante Pettis’ incredible performance. During the game, Pettis caught five passes for 129 yards and managed two touchdowns. Although the team did not make it to the lead, Pettis broke record for having caught more than 100 yards – his first in his NFL career.

The game marks promising days ahead for the Seahawks as they celebrate a streak of three continuous victories. As they prepare to defend their turf from Minnesota Vikings this December 11, they look forward to further victories this season.

The San Francisco 49ers will not lay their hopes down as they prepare to tackle Denver Broncos next week.

It can be noted that Seahawks and 49ers have a continuing history of rivalry that can be dated back to 2011.