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Published: Monday, December 9, 2013, 8:27 a.m.

Monday Seahawks links

The Seahawks lost in San Francisco with a chance to clinch the NFC West, but as several players and Pete Carroll noted, all of their goals are still in front of them. That and a few other topics are in my takeaways from the game on the blog.

Coverage from the Tacoma News Tribune here, and from the Seattle Times here. And for the view from the Bay Area, coverage from the San Francisco Chronicle here, and from the San Jose Mercury news here.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle offers his take on a slugfest.

Peter King’s weekly Monday Morning Quarterback column has plenty of good stuff about the entire weekend of football. He also keeps the Seahawks atop his rankings despite the loss. takes a look at what we learned from the game. notes that while the 49ers won, their offense is still flawed.

Lindsay Jones of USA Today says the 49ers made a statement that they are still a factor in NFC West rivalry.

From the weekend, an interesting look in the New York Times about the different personalities of the two quarterbacks in the rivalry.

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