Phil Dawson's 22-yard field goal with 26 seconds remaining gave the 49ers a 19-17 victory over the division-rival Seattle Seahawks.
Mike Iupati and Tarell Brown are the only 49ers players who will not suit up due to an injury on Sunday.
The 49ers did not make a roster move over the weekend to activate a lineman off the practice squad, so that’s a clear indication the 49ers are confident Joe Staley will be in the starting lineup.
In order to beat Seattle for the first time, Colin Kaepernick must get help from Frank Gore, Vernon Davis, Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree.
Colin Kaepernick is seeking his first win over the Seahawks. To get it, he'll have to avoid Earl Thomas, who Jim Harbaugh compared to Willie Mays.
Rookie running back Marcus Lattimore says he would be game ready if the 49ers needed him, but at this point in the season they don't.
When he went down, it looked like Joe Staley would miss significant time. But the Pro Bowl lineman plans to show his mettle and play Sunday.
In Week 2, Marshawn Lynch ran for 98 yards and two touchdowns. On Sunday, Glenn Dorsey will have to do the dirty work and slow him down.
49ers nose tackle Ian Williams had his season ended on a legal but dangerous cut-block. If all goes well, it won't be legal much longer.
Tackle Anthony Davis and defensive end Cliff Avril have history from their memorable battle in 2011. They'll reunite on the Candlestick turf Sunday.
Joe Staley is talking like he'll be on the field against Seattle. "We’ll see how it (knee) responds day to day, but yesterday was a good day."
The final game in Candlestick history is Dec. 23 and on that night the 49ers will commemorate "The Catch." There's just one problem...
Joe Staley's appearance at practice on Thursday is a signal that he could return to action for Sunday’s game against Seattle.
Joe Staley was back on the practice field on Thursday. His odds of playing Sunday against the Seahawks have greatly improved.