2013 NFC Championship: San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks | NFL Full Game

2013 NFC Championship: San Francisco 49ers vs. Seattle Seahawks | NFL Full Game

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  1. 1:28 – Aldon Smith strip-sacks Russell Wilson, 49ers Recover

    4:24 – 49ers Phil Dawson makes 25-yard FG

    24:20 – NaVorro Bowman Sacks Russell Wilson on third down to end drive

    31:10 – Colin Kaepernick scrambles for 58 yards

    35:50 – 49ers Anthony Dixon rushes for 1-yard TD on 4th down

    44:04 – Russell Wilson launches 51-yard pass to Doug Baldwin

    48:18 – Seahawks Steven Hauschka makes 32-yard FG

    1:01:12 – 49ers stop Seahawks on 4th down to end half

    1:12:34 – Marshawn Lynch bursts through line for 40-yard TD

    1:18:48 – Colin Kaepernick finds Anquan Boldin for 26-yard TD

    1:25:05 – Steven Hauschka makes 40-yard FG

    1:38:42 – Russell Wilson connects with Jermaine Kearse for 35-yard TD

    1:46:22 – Cliff Avril strip-sacks Kaepernick on 3rd down, Seahawks recover

    1:53:43 – 49ers Stop Seahawks 4th down attempt at the 1-yard line

    1:56:09 – Kam Chancellor intercepts Kaepernick

    2:03:30 – Steven Hauschka makes 47-yard FG

    2:10:20 – Sherman tips pass to Malcolm Smith for game-sealing Interception

  2. I'm a Pats fan but this was one of my favorite games ever. The level of competition and aggressiveness between these two teams made this game. This really was the SB. Neither Denver or New England had a chance against either of these teams that year. The Niners D was awesome too.

  3. We were working the middle and left side of the field to perfection why why why do u try sherman on the right side in that moment WHY?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

  4. 2:10:39 this was the beginning of shermans bad reputation. He goes away from his team celebrating and tries to lift crabtrees head back up. The rest is a long story

  5. It's crazy to think how much better the NFC was than the AFC that year. The Broncos easily won their way to the superbowl but ended up getting destroyed by Seattle and probably would have gotten reasonably beaten by San Francisco too. It would probably still be like that if it wasn't for the Patriots being OP af nowdays.

  6. When football was aggressive and entertaining to watch now the nfl is kind of boring we don’t see hits like this anymore

  7. What idiot would throw in a situation like this to Richard Sherman. I mean you know that the no 1 cornerback in the league at that time was Richard Sherman and you just threw it to him. I get it you need to throw to Crabtree but on the top there were two more men he could've thrown that way.

  8. Under thrown ball on a first and ten with 30+ seconds remaining and targeting the best corner in the game when you had number 11 wide open on the other side of the field.

  9. I LOVE SEEING the look of satisfaction on Kap's face (31:38) when he ran the ball for that huge gain early in the 2nd … FOLLOWED UP WITH the look of utter devastation (2:13:00) when Sherman helps pick him off in the end zone at the end of the 4th… they (the 49's) all looked as if their balls had been lopped off…

  10. I would hope that after Bowman’s injury Marshawn intentionally fumbled as a sign of respect for the miscall.

  11. Last 10 yrs of the nfl, this was the best game ever to watch. It’s like watching the movie GLADIATOR cause there were too many star on both sideπŸ™ŒπŸ½

  12. This is fake. The 49ers and Seahawks can't play in the NFC championship game against each other they are in the same devison. And the 49ers won the 2013 NFC championship game. The Seahawks won the 2014 one but against the Packers.

  13. 2:14:50…when your girl's friends don't approve of you, but they can't do nothin to break y'all up.

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  15. These refs robbed the 49ers. Teams need more ability to challenge the ref, especially with replays. Kaepernick is an idiot and sucks if he isn't running with it. Bowman's snapped leg was disgusting to see, along with how long he was down on the ground being hurt really sucked. Big dogpile on a broken leg.

  16. The Crowd noise during the first minute, the feeling of an epic battle about to begin between two powerful foes, it sends shivers down my spine every time. I’m not a fan of either of these teams but this was a hell of a game, probably one of the best of the decade.

  17. Seattle PEDhawks πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

    PEDgate (8x since 2001)
    Allen Barbre
    Winston Guy
    Brandon Browner
    Richard Sherman
    Bruce Irving

    PracticeGate 2014
    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll was fined $100,000 and the Seahawks were fined $200,000 and the team lost two double practices in 2015

    InjuryGate 2016
    On January 16, 2016, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll explained why cornerback Richard Sherman had such a volatile 2016 season.

    Explained Carroll: "You don’t know that he dealt with a significant knee [injury] the whole second half of the season, and it was stressful to him to try to get out there. He had an MCL problem that he could play with."

    THE PRACTICE REPORT PROVIDES CLUBS AND FANS AN ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF A PLAYER'S INJURY STATUS AND HOW MUCH HE PARTICIPATED IN PRACTICE DURING THE WEEK. IF ANY PLAYER HAS A SIGNIFICANT OR NOTEWORTHY INJURY, IT MUST BE LISTED ON THE PRACTICE REPORT, EVEN IF HE FULLY PARTICIPATES IN PRACTICE AND THE TEAM EXPECTS THAT HE WILL PLAY IN THE TEAM'S NEXT GAME. THIS IS ESPECIALLY IMPORTANT FOR KEY PLAYERS WHOSE INJURIES MAY BE COVERED EXTENSIVELY BY THE MEDIA

    The problem for Seattle? "Significant injury" is the exact phrase that coach Carroll used when describing Sherman's issues this year.

    PracticeGate 2012
    Pete Carroll and the team were fined an undisclosed amount and stripped of two OTA practices for the violation.

    DeflateGate 2016
    November 7, 2016 matchup of the Seattle Seahawks and Buffalo Bills in Seattle, many fans noticed something that appeared strange during a Jon Ryan punt.

    The football Seahawks punter Ryan was using for the punts "appears to be deflated, as Ryan’s one-handed grip seems to easily warp the ball."

    TamperGate and HeadsetGate are still ongoing.

  18. 26:52 should have been a flag because the Seattle guy got CLOTHESLINED BY A MEMBER OF THE 49ers TEAM
    Edit: AND CHOCKED BY A PERSON ON THE 49ers TEAM

  19. Their was a missed fumble call in the end zone. Navarro bowman he broke his leg on the play but cause lynch to fumble the ball before he got in and San Francisco recovered but seattle was given possension and still didn't get in the end zone.

  20. Not too many games that I wanted the Seahawks to win as badly as this one. I think I wanted everyone to stfu about how "great" Kaepernick was!

  21. When the tried Sherman with a sorry receiver like Crabtree they should have known that was the results they would get, don't ever talk about Richard Sherman, he's the best corner in the game L.O.B.!

  22. 2:10:25 Boldin is alone heading into the endzone, Kap didn't even bother to look his way. If he did, and threw to him the 49ers would have won.. what a shame. Instead Kap stared down Crabtree and telegraphed his throw to the defence. He played really well in this game but made a bad decision here.

  23. im a 49er fan, and im not taking anything from the Seahawks, they really a talented team and that LOB was one of the best coverage in NFL history, its just this game does raises questions, there a video out that really questions the refs work….bt like I said, Seahawks was the best team in the NFL, winning the super bowl and could won the super bowl back to back…if they just ran the ball with beast mode….

  24. I was at this game and Sherman’s tip to Malcom Smith was in my Endzone. I will never forget this night.

  25. Niners would've beaten the Broncos too. This was the real Superbowl. Hawks fan, but much respect to harbaughs niners. That linebacking core was legendary. Brooks, bowman and willis?? Jesus.

  26. 49ers would have gone to the super bowl if the refs were good. They missed the roughing the kicker & called it running into the kicker, which was not the case! Then later granted the Seahawks a 58 second play clock on 4th & 7 which led to essentially the game winning TD for the Hawks! Sad.

  27. This was Ravens vs. Steelers of the West. Such a great rivalry between two teams who mirrored each other.

  28. 23:55 LMAO, jerry rice AND deion sanders in the same sentence brings the nostalgia of the cowboys and niners rivalry at their peak.

  29. Seattle had a chance to put that game away in the 4th quarter when on 4th and 1 at the 49ers 1 yard line, Lynch fumbled the ball.

  30. I’m a hawks fan but man the bowman injury that was painful to watch glad he got to continue his career in the nfl

  31. Kaepernick was so overrated. He's your typical one-read, take off and run, or throwing to a specific receiver – no matter what coverage he's against or if he gets moved/slips on his route type quarterback.

  32. Both of that year's teams had the most complete squad of high caliber talent. Only person that was missing was Brandon Browner….amazing.

  33. 13:42 in the 4th Quarter: It's 4th and 7 and you run "Trips Right" to the End Zone for the score!
    Baller Mover by the "Hawks".

    This game was the Super Bowl.

    Great games during this era. I feel like today's NFL game is missing something.

    Thanks for posting this.

  34. I still see a helmet to helmet where there was no helmet to helmet. I still see kicker being run into. I still see Marshawn lynch been given a first down when he was nowhere near the Marker Holding on every play by Seattle.
    This was the beginning of the end of the NFL….

  35. Ill never forget watching Bowman being carted off and Seattle fans throwing popcorn at him as he exits the field… No player deserves that.

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