Mike Singletary made a very curious decision to go for it on fourth and four from Seattle's 29 rather than kick a 47-yard field goal and trim the Seahawks' halftime lead to 13-6. Instead, JTOS threw an interception that Josh Wilson returned 75 yards for a TD and a 20-3 lead.
That was very similar to the two INTs Wilson had in preseason practices, when he was sitting on Seneca Wallace's out passes and intercepted them. This one, he was sitting on OS's pass, broke on it and was gone. It's a funny coincidence because somebody was sitting at practice this week and actually said, "That guy is going to take one back before this season is over." He should have last week in Tampa. He did today.
Before Wilson's TD, I was thinking the Niners are creeping back into this game, and they are dangerous sitting at 13-6 at the half with all the mistakes they have made. But with that, I have to think that Singletary is wondering if he should replace JTOS, who has fumbled twice and thrown an interception.
If anything, that final score has to have shattered San Francisco's hopes. It would be interesting to be a fly on the wall in their locker room right now.