GALLERY: 49ers put down by Seahawks on Thanksgiving
49ers host the Seahawks at Levi's Stadium
The 49ers (7-5) faced on the Seahawks (8-4) at Levi's Stadium for the first time since the NFC Championship. Here is how it went down on Thanksgiving night.
Crabtree down early
49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree reels in an intermediate pass from quarterback Colin Kaepernick and is crunched by two Seattle defenders, injuring him on the play. Crabtree would miss a few plays with knee and rib injuries before returning to the field.
Sherman intercepts Kap
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick rolls to his right, looking for wide receiver Brandon Lloyd and fires -- but it's picked off by Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.
Following the interception, Seahawks tailback Robert Turbin gets free in the flat, catching a pass from quarterback Russell Wilson before charging to the goal line for the first points of the game. Seattle takes a 7-0 lead over San Francisco in the first quarter.
Hauschka adds to the lead
Seahawks placekicker Steven Hauschka tacks on three field goals, giving Seattle a 16-0 lead over San Francisco.
49ers on the board
The 49ers put together a 6:59 drive, but it is stopped short in the red zone. Placekicker Phil Dawson comes on the field and boots one through the uprights to make it 16-3 Seattle over San Francisco.
Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka adds another field goal to his total, hitting one from 46 yards out to give Seattle a 19-3 lead with 10:11 remaining in the ballgame. This was enough to seal San Francisco's fate.