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Seattle has won nine straight games versus San Francisco and are one of four teams with an active win streak of at least that length versus a single opponent. A win for Seattle will tie the longest win streak versus a single opponent in franchise history (10 straight vs. Rams from 2005-2009).

The Seahawks have won four straight, including a 43-16 win over the 49ers in Week 13. Seattle has given up a combined 23 points in two games this month after allowing an average of 28.0 in four November games.

The 49ers beat the Broncos at home last week, 20-14, snapping a three-game losing streak. All three of San Francisco's wins have come at home this season. The 49ers allow an average of 296.5 total yards at home compared to 382.9 on the road.

San Francisco has not forced a turnover in five consecutive games, the longest drought in franchise history. Seattle has committed only one turnover over its last three games.

The Seahawks beat the Vikings on Monday despite Russell Wilson failing to throw a touchdown pass and throwing one interception. Seattle has gone 4-5 in Wilson's 0 TD/1+ INT games -- among active players, only Teddy Bridgewater's teams (4-3) have a better record in such games (min. 5 games).

George Kittle reeled in seven catches for 210 yards against the Broncos, finishing four yards shy of the single-game record for most receiving yards by a tight end (Shannon Sharpe). Kittle caught all of those balls in the first half and was only targeted once in the second half.


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