After leading both at the end of the first quarter and at halftime, the Seattle Seahawks trail the San Francisco 49ers 10-6 heading into the fourth quarter.
San Francisco took the lead on an 86-yard touchdown drive after gaining just 12 yards in the second quarter. The 49ers ran 10 plays, gashing the Seahawks both on the ground and through the air. Frank Gore has been the focal point of the 49er offense as he's rushed for 66 yards on 12 attempts while also catching five passes for 51 yards. The 49ers capped the drive with a 12-yard touchdown pass from Alex Smith to Delanie Walker.
While the 49er offense has started to have some success, the Seahawks' offense struggled in the third quarter. Seattle gained 50 yards on two drives in the quarter, but their possessions ended in a punt and Russell Wilson's first interception of the game. Wilson has completed 6-of-16 passes for 103 yards through three quarters.
San Francisco will have the ball in Seattle territory when the third quarter begins.