Anthony Davis and Stevie Johnson: Out. Chris Culliver and Marcus Martin: Questionable.

Here is the 49ers’ game status report and the Seahawks’ game status report, courtesy of the 49ers’ p.r. department.

49ers

OUT: LB Navorro Bowman (knee), T Anthony Davis (concussion), DT Glenn Dorsey (forearm), WR Steve Johnson (knee)

QUESTIONABLE: CB Tramaine Brock (hamstring), CB Chris Culliver (knee), C Marcus Martin (knee), S Raymond Ventrone (groin)

PROBABLE: G Mike Iupati (elbow), DE Ray McDonald (finger), DE Justin Smith (back)

Seahawks

OUT: DE Demarcus Dobbs (ankle)

DOUBTFUL: C Max Unger (knee, ankle)

QUESTIONABLE: TE Cooper Helfet (ankle)

PROBABLE: CB Jeremy Lane (glute), RB Marshawn Lynch (back)

  1. Will be interesting to see who they use as the #3 WR this week with Johnson out.

    Patton was the #4 WR last week with Lloyd benched. Will he get a crack at the #3 WR role this week? I sure hope so, I’d like to see Patton and Ellington more involved so we have a better idea of what the team has in them for next year.

    1. Scooter ..

      Coule you tell me something positive
      to make me think we stand a chance against
      the SeaChickens ?

      (This Niner Faithful has problems finding any “faith”
      these days)

      1. I bet there weren’t many Raiders fans that really believed they’d be celebrating a win last week. Anything is possible.

        1. In 49ers case, it’s hard think that they’ll have any chance against the Seahawks. Because this hawks team are picking at the right time and seeing them blow up very good teams in the last two weeks and the way the 49ers are playing the odds aren’t good for the 49ers:-)

          1. What’s scary, I was watching the Seahawks their defense are playing the same way they did last season. And we all know they’re trying to catch the Cardinal for the Division lead. If they stay on the same course that they’re playing right now at a high level playing football they might win the SB again, no doubt.

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