Nothing worked for the Seahawks in the 27-7's from the 49ers If the Santa Clara, California drama called DJ Dallas Sports

Center works as planned, it will be replayed on highlight shows throughout the week. Seattle's only scoring threat of the day

was the sign of the afternoon when little went right in their 27-7 defeat to the 49ers. Seahawks coach Pete

Carroll said we didn't do anything Monday night was the exact opposite when the Seahawks made almost all the right plays

at just the right time to beat Russell Wilson 17-16 to the Denver Broncos. The 49ers regained control from the start,

despite losing quarterback Trey Lance to an ankle injury late in the quarter. San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan

said after the game that Lance broke an ankle and would be sidelined for years. . The 49ers took a 3-0 lead when Jimmy

Garoppolo ended the drive helping the 49ers to a 6-0 lead. A touchdown pass was thrown on the next drive as the 49ers

took a 13-0 lead, The Seahawks caught a break in the middle of the second quarter with a clear Geno Smith interception canceled by

a near-interference penalty on San Francisco's Emmanuel Moseley. Smith hit Tyler Lockett for 27 yards for 49 yards 13 for Seattle's

longest advantage. Unveil the formation in the backfield with four running backs Smith split to the left.

the left. Worked on the first play, Kenneth Walker III took a straight snap and ran from 5 yards to 8.