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SANTA CLARA, Calif. – The San Francisco 49ers are an NFL enigma. So bad one week, so good the next – and it’s hard to explain why. Other than inconsistency, of course.
The teams are two games apart in the standings, but one position clearly separates the Seahawks from the 49ers: quarterback.
The play came in the opening moments of the first quarter and spoke to the determination of Seattle’s defense. On a third down inside the Seattle 10, 49ers running back Frank Gore caught a short swing pass out of the backfield. Gore, a longtime battering ram nemesis of the Seahawks, had only slender, 180-pound cornerback Kelly Jennings to beat for a first down or potential touchdown.
SEATTLE – Throwing an interception on the first play? Four offensive snaps in the first quarter? No first downs in the first 24 minutes – and then only by penalty? This is what the Seattle Seahawks bought with the $35 million they gave Pete Carroll to remake the franchise?
SEATTLE – Now on sale at the Seattle Seahawks team store: khaki pants and rumpled navy hoodies, essentials from The Pete Carroll Collection. Got to beat that old Pork Chop Womack replica jersey you used to wear on Sundays, right?