The Seattle Seahawks have a 6-3 lead at halftime of their game against the San Francisco 49ers. The game has been a back-and-forth defensive battle with neither offense able to find the endzone in the first half.
Seattle scored on each of its first possessions, taking a 3-0 lead and then going back up 6-3 after the 49ers tied the game. While the Seahawks lead, they missed several opportunities in the first half. Rookie running back Robert Turbin dropped what could have been a potential touchdown on the first drive and Steven Hauschka missed a 51-yard field.
While the offense has been up and down, the Seahawk defense was solid in the first half. San Francisco was able to move the ball during the first quarter, but gained just 12 yards in the second quarter. Seattle out-gained San Francisco 177 yards to 115 in the first half.
Marshawn Lynch was solid in the first half for Seattle, rushing for 55 yards on nine carries. Seattle will receive the kickoff to open the second half.