Good morning folks. I wholeheartedly hope all of you had a good day of stuffing your faces in spite of the San Francisco 49ers going out there and getting completely dominated by the Seattle Seahawks. It was kind of a pathetic game, and if I didn't have to cover the thing for Niners Nation, I probably would have turned it off at some point during the second quarter. It's just not worth watching this offense anymore.
But here I am, writing about it all the same just a few hours later. I was beginning to think today that perhaps we, as 49ers fans, simply have too high of expectations and that we're all just kind of unrealistic. But I'll write a separate post on that. For now, I'll take solace in the fact that there's plenty of misery for me to associate with -- as misery does love company and all.
Onto your links. Go Niners, I guess.
Notes: Harbaugh will 'evaluate' offense while Roman comes under fire; Borland has 15 tackles (Inman)
49ers' Jed York offers apology to fans (Gutierrez)
Harbaugh has no reaction to York's public apology (Maiocco)
49ers notes: Crabtree's sore, but it's not related to Richard Sherman (Barrows)
Offensive leaders don't disagree with CEO Jed Yrok's apologetic tweet to fans how this 'wasn't acceptable' (Inman)
Notes: Crabtree not worried about 'that dude;' screens, Lynch hurt 49ers (Branch)
49ers exposed as incomplete work they clearly are (Ratto)
49ers flop vs. rivals -- cue the drama (Barrows)
Report card: Ffforty-Niners fail biggest test of season in 19-3 loss to Seahawks (Inman)
Seahawks put 49ers on brink (Biderman)
49ers owner Jed York gets message across (Purdy)
49ers report card from Thursday's game against Seattle (Barrows)
Colin Kaepernick has a Seahawks problem (Gutierrez)