What a start to the NFL playoffs!
In Game 1 of the Wild Card Round, the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 41-23. The secret favorite excels at the Super Bowl especially after halftime.
After two wins in the regular season with 27: 8 (September 18) and 21:13 (December 16), the 49ers defeated the Seahawks in the knockout round.
Bang start to the stadiums
10-0 start for the 49ers! Christian McCaffrey catches a pass from rookie playmaker Brock Purdy (23) and walks to the end zone for a touchdown. Previously, Robbie Gould had put the Reds ahead with a field goal. And also sinking the extra point.
In the 2022 draft, Brock Purdy (23) was selected 262nd and last, after which he was named Mr. Cross.” But he’s miles away from that now! He’s now the NFL’s newest quarterback sensation, propelling his team to the next round with magical passes.
Seahawks are coming! Kenneth Walker III runs for a touchdown. With an extra point being only 7:10.
Gould scores again for the 49ers – then DK Metcalf comes in! Very strong landing run! With an extra point, 14:13 suddenly came to the guests.
Lead changes back and forth! Field goal from the 49ers for Gould to 16:14. From 56 yards out, Jason Myers gets the chance to return the field goal again before the end of the second quarter. His shot is in! 5:16 Seahawks at rest.
Touchdown for the 49ers! Brock Purdy does it himself, sprinting into the end zone with the quarterback sneaking up. With the kick 23:17 now.
Another walking drop! Elijah Mitchell gets the egg from Purdy and jumps for joy into the end zone. The two-point conversion works on George Kittle, too. 31:17!
Initial decision! Deebo Samuel scores a touchdown after a Purdy pass. A crazy 74-yard race! In addition, the extra point flies and soon after another field goal by Gould.
Cosmetic result: Naturally, a DK Metcalf touchdown wasn’t enough for the turn with 1:48 to go.
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