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Enigmatic Niners

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.

Seattle’s defense paves way to dominating win

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.

Seahawks storm to win over West favorite 49ers

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?

Blanchette: Culture of Pete gains followers

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?