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Final Score: Seattle 29, San Francisco 3

Seattle,  WA (Sports  Network) -  Marshawn Lynch  scored three  touchdowns and 
Seattle's  defense  picked off  Colin Kaepernick three  times, as the Seahawks 
made a statement with a 29-3 win over the defending NFC champion San Francisco 
49ers. 

Lynch  carried  the ball 28  times for 98 yards  and two scores while catching 
three passes for 37 yards and a touchdown for the Seahawks (2-0), who needed a 
late  touchdown  pass from  Russell  Wilson  to secure  a  12-7  win over  the 
Panthers in Week 1. 

Wilson   completed  8-of-19  passes  for  142  yards,  one  touchdown  and  an 
interception for Seattle, which is off to a 2-0 start for the first time since 
2006. 

Kaepernick connected on 13-of-28 passes for 127 yards for the 49ers (1-1), who 
beat the Packers by a 34-28 margin last week. The San Francisco signal-caller, 
who  threw for 412 yards and three touchdowns in Week 1, also carried the ball 
nine times for 87 yards. 

Anquan  Boldin, who  caught 13 passes for  208 yards and a score against Green 
Bay, was limited to one catch for seven yards. 

San  Francisco turned  the ball over five times and committed 12 penalties for 
121 yards.