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After Ken Dorsey's two-point conversion pass with 28 seconds left took an unlucky bounce, Seattle avoided another collapse and escaped San Francisco with the NFC's best record.

Seattle has the league's most prolific offense and it dominated the first three quarters, racking up 357 total yards. But it stalled in the fourth; the Seahawks had just 16 yards and no first downs.

The 49ers nearly rallied from a 15-point deficit in the fourth quarter with backups making most of the big plays. After snapping a streak of 47 consecutive possessions without a touchdown earlier in the game, San Francisco made a last-ditch, 13-play scoring drive stretching nearly six minutes.

Dorsey was 6 for 8 for 77 yards in the series. But on the two-point conversion attempt, Dorsey bounced a tough throw to Johnnie Morton in the back of the end zone and the Seahawks had their fifth straight victory over the 49ers.


Seattle: FG J.Brown 21, 10:03.

San Francisco: FG Nedney 33, 4:03.


Seattle: Alexander 8 run (J.Brown kick), 13:09.

San Francisco: FG Nedney 31, 10:07.

Seattle: Hackett 12 pass from Hasselbeck (J.Brown kick), 6:28.

San Francisco: FG Nedney 40, 2:00.


San Francisco: FG Nedney 22, 6:24.

Seattle: Alexander 1 run (J.Brown kick), 3:51.

Seattle: FG J.Brown 47, 2:23.


San Francisco: Lloyd 22 pass from Dorsey (Nedney kick), 14:18.

San Francisco: Hicks 1 run (pass failed), :28.

Attendance: 63,590.

Seahawks49ersFirst Downs 2117Total Net Yards 373336Rushes-Yards 34-14526-110Passing 228226Punt Returns 2-152-12Kickoff Returns 5-1166-125Interceptions Ret. 0-00-0Comp-Att-Int 19-31-018-29-0Sacked-Yards Lost 1-54-23Punts 5-43.04-43.8Fumbles-Lost 0-02-1Penalties-Yards 5-756-34Time Of Possession 28:2031:40RUSHING

Seattle: Alexander 24-115, Morris 2-17, Hasselbeck 6-7, Warrick 1-5, Strong 1-1.

San Francisco: Hicks 11-83, Barlow 12-21, Dorsey 3-6.


Seattle: Hasselbeck 19-31-0-233.

San Francisco: Dorsey 18-29-0-249.


Seattle: Engram 6-93, Hackett 6-67, Jurevicius 4-40, Stevens 1-27, Alexander 1-7, Strong 1-(minus 1).

San Francisco: Lloyd 7-119, T.Jackson 2-23, Morton 2-22, Barlow 2-17, McAddley 1-29, Jones 1-19, Battle 1-11, Bajema 1-5, Hicks 1-4.


Seattle: J.Brown 51 (WL).