SEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 17: Safety Eric Reid #35 of the San Francisco 49ers is checked by trainers on the field after a play against the Seattle Seahawks during the second quarter of the game at CenturyLink ... moreSEATTLE, WA - SEPTEMBER 17: Safety Eric Reid #35 of the San Francisco 49ers is checked by trainers on the field after a play against the Seattle Seahawks during the second quarter of the game at CenturyLink Field on September 17, 2017 in Seattle, Washington.
SEATTLE — This is the 49ers’ personal house of horrors, a place where Super Bowl dreams have died, humiliation has been suffered and futility is the norm. The 49ers have won just four times in what is now known as CenturyLink Field since it opened in 2002. They last won in 2011 and the team’s average margin of defeat in the subsequent six visits is 17.7 points. For some, a trip to Seattle means oysters and IPA; for the 49ers it means pure, undiluted misery.
SEATTLE — Before the season started, Carlos Hyde said his goal was to be the top rusher in the league. After one week, that looked a bit like a pipe dream. But after two weeks, Hyde’s goal seems decidedly more realistic. After two games, Hyde is third among league rushers, behind two rookies: Kansas City’s Kareem Hunt and the Vikings’ Dalvin Cook. Hyde rushed for 124 yards on Sunday against the Seahawks, a total that included a 61-yard run, the longest of his career.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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