The 49ers won the NFC West with a 21-13 win over the Seahawks. It is the first division win since 2019.
The 49ers are on a six-game winning streak, 10-4. The Seahawks lost him 5-4 to put him 7-7, jeopardizing his playoff hopes.
San Francisco had too much for Seattle, but the Seahawks made it interesting with Noah Fant’s 10-yard touchdown catch with 3:35 left. The 49ers ran out his 3:35 of the last, with a 1-yard block Purdy run on 3rd down and Jordan his Mason on a 55-yard run to Seattle’s 2-yard line to his line.
Since replacing Jimmy Garoppolo, the 2-0 rookie quarterback as a starter has handled himself admirably in one of the toughest venues in the NFL. He went 17/26 for 217 yards and two touchdowns, both going to George Kittle who had four catches for 93 yards.
Purdy has six touchdowns and one interception in his last three games.
Christian McCaffrey recorded 26 carries for 108 yards and 1 touchdown and 6 catches for 30 yards.
The 49ers never outpaced the Seahawks by 381 for 277 yards.
Jenno Smith has been fired three times, including once by Nick Bosa. Bosa’s sacks are his 15.5, matching his last season total. He ransacked his penalty passer and his 37-yard interception of Deommodore Lenoir for a touchdown nullified his return, keeping the game closer than it should have been.
Smith went 31/44 for 238 yards and 1 touchdown. Tyler Lockett had 7 passes for 68 yards and DK Metcalfe had 7 receptions for 55 yards.
Metcalfe also received a 15-yard taunt penalty while joeing with Dre Greenlow and a 10-yard offensive pass interference penalty that nullified a 27-yard catch.