Following a disappointing start to the 2017 season, the San Francisco 49ers will travel north to face division foe, the Seattle Seahawks.
Both the 49ers and Seahawks are looking to rebound following lackluster season openers, where both teams failed to find the end zone in their Week 1 losses.
Here's a quick breakdown of the 49ers Week 2 matchup.Series Highlights
San Francisco is looking for their first win in Seattle since Week 16 of the 2011 season.
Sunday marks the 37th matchup between the 49ers and Seahawks, and Seattle leads the series 22-15.
Sunday's contest against the Seahawks is the 1st of three consecutive games against NFC West opponents for San Francisco.**
Notes from Last Week**
Panthers at 49ers
The 49ers struggled to find a rhythm in their 23-3 loss to the Carolina Panthers to open the season.
Passing Leaders: Pierre Garçon made his 49ers debut completing 24-of-35 passes for 193 yards and an interception.
Rushing Leaders:Though the 49ers abandoned the run game early, Pierre Garçon still finished the game with nine carries for 45 yards. San Francisco was limited to just 51 rushing yards on the night.
Receiving Leaders:Pierre Garçon led 49ers receivers with 81 yards on six receptions, including a 22-yard catch on fourth down to move the chains.
Defensive Leaders:Safety Jacquiski Tartt led the team with seven total tackles and an impressive one-handed interception at the goal line. Tartt jumped Newton's pass intended for Kelvin Benjamin for his second-career interception.
Special Teams Leaders: Trent Taylor had one punt return for nine yards.
Seahawks at Packers
The Seattle Seahawks opened the 2017 regular season with a 17-9 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambaeu Field on Sunday.
Passing Leaders: Quarterback Russell Wilson completed just 14-of-27 passes for 158 yards with a 69.7 passer rating.
Rushing Leaders: Seahawks rookie Chris Carson led Seattle's running backs with 39 yards on six carries. Wilson led the team in rushing with 40 yards on two attempts.
Receiving Leaders: Doug Baldwin caught all four of his targets on Sunday for 63 yards, including the longest catch of the day, a 34-yard pass from Wilson.
Defensive Leaders:Nine-year veteran Michael Bennett finished the game with three total tackles and 1.5 sacks for 9.5 yards.
Special Teams Leaders: Similar to San Francisco, Seattle's offense failed to reach the end zone on Sunday. Kicker Blair Walsh was the lone Seahawk to put points on the board, making three field goals for Seattle's nine points of the day.Team Comparisons