Otto Greule Jr
The Seahawks are a machine that can't be stopped as they continue to dominate the 49ers.
The Seattle Seahawks added one more touchdown to their demolition of their NFC West rivals and division-leading San Francisco 49ers and now lead, 35-6, in a game that no one outside of Seattle expected.
Though the Seahawks have been dominant at home, no one saw this one coming as both teams are still battling for playoff positioning and possibly a division title.
Russell Wilson continues to play well with 144 yards on 13-of-19 passing with three touchdowns and one interception. He's been flanked by a running game led by Marshawn Lynch's 89 yards on 18 carries and one touchdown.
But the story is the defense as they've held the 49ers' vaunted running game to a measly 56 yards on 13 carries. Colin Kaepernick is playing decent but his 180 yards have resulted in no scores.
If Seattle wins, they will have to win again next week and hope the 49ers lose in order to win the NFC West.