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Seattle Seahawks – Closing the Book on Jim Harbaugh & Colin Kaepernick

Posted on 15 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

Because of other results, the 17-7 win over the San Francisco 49ers was a very festive occasion for the Seattle Seahawks: They’re in a good position to grab a bye week spot and maybe even the #1 seed in the NFC playoffs, but also humiliating Colin Kaepernick once again and probably seeing the last of Jim Harbaugh as the head coach of this team, and maybe in the league. More

49ers vs Seahawks – The End of a Rivalry?

Posted on 10 Dec, 2014, by in NFL

Rivalries never really end. They get stalled, evolve, change. The Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers have been going at it for the last three seasons with more than just division pride at stake. However, this season, with Colin Kaepernick playing like a sub par quarterback and Jim Harbaugh on the verge of leaving, it’s not surprising that it feels like a change is going to come. More

49ers vs Seahawks – Richard Sherman Can’t Stop Talking About Michael Crabtree

Posted on 10 Jul, 2014, by in NFL

If anyone thought that a few months of not playing against each other will calm things down between the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks and especially in the way Richard Sherman feels about Michael Crabtree, what comes next should be a bit surprising. More

NFL Playoffs – Colin Kaepernick Still Bitter About Richard Sherman

Posted on 31 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

It’s hard to say what’s worse: Being a sore loser or an annoying winner. Colin Kaepernick made a lot of mistakes that cost the San Francisco 49ers at the end of their NFC championship game with the Seattle Seahakws, but he forgets his own moments that lacked class and radiated with arrogance as he criticizes Richard Sherman. More

Richard Sherman Didn’t Say Anything Wrong to Michael Crabtree

Posted on 23 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

As we inch closer towards the Super Bowl, one of the most talked about moments in the conference championship weekend was Richard Sherman not getting a handshake from Michael Crabtree, which led to Sherman’s rant on national television, immediately gaining cult status. More

49ers vs Seahawks – Hatred Doesn’t Have Off Days

Posted on 21 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

We’ve already established that the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks really don’t like each other, with Richard Sherman and Michael Crabtree still not done bickering and snapping at each other, even though the game is over, with one team going to the Super Bowl and the other going into a long, slightly painful offseason. More

Richard Sherman

49ers vs Seahawks – Defensive Arrogance Comes Out on Top

Posted on 20 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

No one has called Richard Sherman modest or classy, but it doesn’t really matter. The cornerback came up with the big play that gave the Seattle Seahawks the seal of victory, while the San Francisco 49ers and Colin Kaepernick end another season deep in the playoffs with a what if pass that didn’t really make it. More

NFL Playoffs – 49ers vs Seahawks Predictions

Posted on 19 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

At the moment, this is the best rivalry in the NFL, so it’s quite fitting that the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks meet for the third time this season in the NFC Championship Game. More

Jim Harbaugh

NFC Championship Game – 49ers vs Seahawks Preview

Posted on 18 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

So many similarities, so much disliking between these two teams. The Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers have been on a trajectory for a big playoff showdown these last couple of seasons, and those hoping to see it happen got what they wish with this year’s NFC Championship game. More

49ers vs Seahakws – Clean, Old Fashioned Hate

Posted on 16 Jan, 2014, by in NFL

Some teams simply don’t like each other very much, and the fact that they play each other two times a year (if not more, thanks to the playoffs), doesn’t really help patch things up. The San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks don’t have one specific event that turned this rivalry into something special. It’s a simple case of proximity, a rise to power at the same time and having figures who aren’t afraid of talking to the media. More