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football. build your team. think about design offense and defense about beating the three teams you play twice a year. >> jim: 56-13 it adds up to in the meetings last year and this one tonight. >> phil: the pass rush did get therer wide receivers for the san francisco 49ers they had trouble all night trying to get open. the pass protection for colin kaepernick was spotty right from the start no. rhythm to the offense. never gave defense even a chance to rest and maybe go out there and give it an effort where they got the seattle offense off the field a little quicker. >> jim: 390 total yards by seahawks. 142 for san francisco.
down. joe staley has seen some really good years around here. t to be impossible to accept any part of a production like this. with so total feel good about on that offensive. the mazda postgame show coming up next. looking forward to miami and new england next thursday night. rshawnynch,e's heading in early. good night's work. 27 attempts. 122 yards. touchdown.
last snap of the game. seahawks anxiouso get back on to that field ready to get right back out there. >> phil: they showed it. really -- running game, way their defense played. that was most impressive things of the seahawks here tonight. you can count on defense, you can run the football. like they did here. that makes you tough in any wakes home or away. >> jim: updated standing now in the nfc west. the seahawks i iroved to 3-4. niners coming off the win against baltimore on sunday not able to back it up. that had ended four-game losing streak got sense they were
feeling pretty positive about how things -- well things had gone against ravens but just wasn't anything like what they had four days ago. >> phil: they had great rhythm on offense. able to protect colin kaepernick, the receivers, ravens have their own struggles. lot of work for san francisco 49ers, no question, in rebuilding stage jim as you look at their football team. talked about all the players they missed or don't have on defensive side. they're going to have to play well any time give themselves chance to win. >> jim: not something that you want to go out talk about how you're rebuilding in this league any more. that's just word you can't really pass along. it is reality.
kaepernick this evening, 13 out of 24 for 124 yards. again first game in his career where he never had rush attempt. in fact niners tonight had only 15 attempts on the ground. for 16 yards. >> phil: for him not get rush attempt lot of discipline. i know that is going to be the number one thing that they take out of this game. the seahawks, discipline they showed on defense, no major errors. going to enjoy mini bye this weekend after the thursday night game. >> jim: tracy. >> tracy: thanks lot i'm here with russell wilson, you talked about yesterday how confident your team was coming into this game. what was the biggest difference you saw from your team? >> we really executed on all phases, defense was phenomenal.
we had two bad plays on me, other than that we were rolling. i thought - - special teams is great, big plays there. we believe. that's what we said last game. in the locker room we broke it down, we said we got to believe, no reason why not to. we choose to believe. we have best fans in the world they came out tonight, too, which is cool. good thing we have couple much days off here and kind of regroup just see where we can go. >> tracy: how much do you scale winike this can propel you guys down the road? >> it's only one. that's the way we look at it. our goal to go 1-0. nothing changes. we believe that we focus on one game at a time we give ourselves a great chance especially short week. coach got us prepared. we were flying around today. that is the key thing for us. >> tracy: good win, congratulations. >> jim: they were flying around.
marshawn lynch. wilson, 235 yards passing. 157 of the 235 came in the second quarter. highlighted by the long heave right on the money to tyler lockett the 43 yardd touchdown pass that was the play of the game. 20-3 street the final. seahawks take it coming up next is the mazda postgame show. we'll be back with more after this. huh, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yeah, everybody knows that. well, did you know that playing cards with kenny rogers gets old pretty fast? you got to know when to hold'em. now when to fold 'emem now when to walk away. know when to run. you never count your money, when you're sitting at the ta... what? you get it? i get the gist, yeah. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent
half for 43 yards, 41 fewer yards than niners had total yards in the entire first half of dreadful 20-3 loss to seattle week seven kickoff here on thursday nigigootball. ch, marshal, steve, michael. earl thomas richard sherman together will visit mazda postgame in san francisco. just no other way to put it tonight, total domination by team that needed to dominate make a statement and get within one game of .5050 >> m mhael: they may have found what they werer and who they are. who they will be this season. we talked about rawls running. with marshawn lynch running like that, starting with him then you add on the things outside like a tyler lockett, the guy we had on game changer, small guy, 5'10" only 182 pounds but mucuc better
him credit for. this ball was tilted, you know how hard it is to focus on staying with that ball running that fast? he still pulls it down with him up top start finding jimmy graham. groove. >> with all that being said i understand s sttle may have found their groove but san francisco 49ers that was awful effort. the game that is in your house against division rival, game that is hard hitting. we expected a better game but to come outlay a egg the way they did just not be productive, i don't even know what to say. there's no analysis for what we saw tonight except for -- they're going to throw thaha tape out get ready for the rams. >> how much goes on the receivers and everybody else that could not get open? >> spread the blame around. bobby wagner middle linebacker was back, so is that defense. that defense, sacked colin kaepernick six times.
niners were 1-11 on third down. talking about michael bennett three and half sacks. colin kaepernick was under duress all night long. this defense was suffocating looks like the old seattle defense back. >> one time i thought colin could have run for that first down he didn't run. i was like, they are missing with -- they are messing -- >> niners defensive line did show up tonight russell wilson is on pace to be sacked 71 times this season. that is something that seattle will have to get ready to try and plug. certainly before they face the cowboys next. send things back out to the stadium super bowl 50 will be going down to announcers who will be calling that game. jim? >> jimimlet's hope that super bowl 50 is a little more compelling than this one we saw tonight. levi's stadium with the 20-3 victory by the seahawks.
will be more compelling than this game. rich said the right word, dreadful. i nener want to say the effort was not there from the san francisco 49ers. i think we just saw really who they are. they played a team that matches up with them so well in so many areas that there was nothing they can do. michael irvin said it they couldn't get open. they couldn't protect colin kaepernick where do you go? a few successful runs but this league sooner or later have too throw the ball to win theame. they just couldn't do anything. >> jim: is this the start of something for seattle? >> phil: we'll see. i'm not going to say that's it. their intensity never doubted that for second. russell wilson getting sacked not that they were all breakdowns but, jim, what about this game we said. you and i have said donon be misled what happened here because this san francisco defense can't rush the passer. the fact that he got sack the so much, every time they blitzed
they seemed to get there. they're going to see lot of pressure, some good pass rushers that is going to tell the sale for this seattle. >> jim: next thursday night new england. patriots againstolphins. >> phil: dan campbell the new coach of theiami dolphins, you watch them play tennessee it was different acting football team. we'll see if suh the defensive pe they picked up, defensive lineman see if they can be more dynamic be the seem we all thought they were going to be especially on defensive side. >> jim: look forward to seeing you at gillette stadium all of you with us nexthursday night on cbs. and nflfl network. coming up next, your local news except on the west coast don't miss late show with steven colbert followed by late late show with james corden tonight only cbs. for more football mazda postgame show continues on nfl network. for phil, tracy, mike and all the crew, j j nantz saying soo long from santa clara you've
siouxland. pipeline battle>> iowa landowners lose the first round in their legal battle against a new pipeline. rereuer killed>> an american didi rescuing 70 hostages facing execution by isis. and... "everyone on the panel knows these accusations are baseless." pure politics? or fact nding? hillary clinton appears before a special committee investigating benghazi. sioux city police have a warning tonight. a man wanted for murder in miama may be here. thanks for joining us, i'm larry wentz, diana castillo is on assignment. larry>> 28- year- old jonathan berrio is wanted on a warrant for second- degree murder for a homicide that occurred in miama sunday, october 11th. police believe berrio is in the sioux city area... and they're
lookout for him. he is considered armed and dangerous. "we do believe that his family is aiding him, yes. his family is here in sioux city. we have nothing telling us that he has left the area, but we do feel that." anyone who has information about about berrios' whereabouts is urged to call the sioux city police department or crime stoppers. you could be eligible for a reward of up to three - thousand dollars. larry>> land owners fighting a proposed pipeline through northwest iowa have lost a legal challenge. but they say the battle will continue. in a hearing at cherokee earlier this month... three landowners challenged whether the iowa utilities board has the power to grant eminent domain to the company that wants to build the dakota access oil pipeline. the pipeline would stretch from the bakken oil fields in north dakota... through south dakota... and it would also runn om lyon county in northwest iowa all the way to southeast iowa. judge carl peterson dismissed the lawsuit... ruling the landowners have to exhaust the
administrative remedies required... before they can sue a state agency. we spoke with one of the plaintiffs who owns land just west of ames. "well, we're of course very disappointed but we're resolute in our belief that property owners have basic rights." the judge *did not* rule whether dakota access is eligible for eminent domain. the state utilities board is holding public hearings on the pipeline... then will make a decision on whether to grant eminent domain. larry>> some siouxlanders got a chance to enjoy two passions tonight... art... and food. the sioux city art center held its "artilicious" event tonight. it combines culinary talents... with wine, beer offerings from hy - vee.... and a little art on the side. the money raised supports the exhibition and art education programs at the art center. "the f f of food and drink and involves art and so we've e t a natural fit and a fun way to engage people and bring people
never been here before. we have several people here tonight that say 'this is my first time in the art center,' and that is really exciting thing for us." there was also an auction. this unique piece of art sold for 400 - dollars. larry>> speaking of the arts... teachers at hunt elementary school got some lessons in the art of acting today... lessons that could help them in the classroom. a group of experts called "a plus" schools of north carolina... showed the teachers creative ways to educate students through the use of drama lessons...dance... theater, and visual arts. that iludes presenting a play about the civil war era... which will be presented to 5th grade students who are taking social studies. "you want students to come to school, and you want them to feel engaged, you want them to feel like they're in a place where something exciting and fun is going to happen and where they're, obviously, where they're learning and achieving." the a plus schools program is the largest and longest running
arts-based reform effort in the nation. the program was started in 1995. larry>> it's a new twist to a long time tradition in sioux city. the annual super latke (lat - key) fundraiser for congregation beth shalom is just around the cornerer and this year, the menu has something new... matzah ballll matzah balls are a jewish dumpling served in chicken broth. organizer dolf (ive-ner) ivener wanted to bring a little soup into the celebration. they'll also be adding apple cake for dessert. ivener says the congregation prepares the matzah balls and soup in advance so they have less to worry about before the big event. "it allows the jewisiscommunity to get together and work as a cohesive group. share that coadely and brotherhoooo and it allows us to let all the community come see what we're doing here at the synagogue and eat good food." the latke party runs from 11:30 to 5:30 on sunday, november 8th. you can purchase tickets at the
congregation beth shalom. kayla>> . sprinkles and showers have started across the area and will continue throughout tonight and the day tomorrow. temperatures will be back in the 60's for the rest of the week and continue to drop into the 50s during the weekend into the beginning of next week. after a mostly sunny and dry weekend we will see rain return to siouxland on tuesday with temperatures dropping into the 50's for the rest of next week. larry>> today governors from the tri - state region gathered here in siouxland to talk over their
mutual concerns... and plan for the future. nearly 200 people attended the 14th tri - state governor's conference at the marina inn conference center in south sioux city. south dakota's dennis daugaard expressed concern about what he calls the federal governments "overreach" into the operations of state government. iowa's terry branstad talked about the impact of the bird flu. and nebraska's pete ricketts wants to improve education and the tri- state governors' conference is held every two years here in the metro area. larry>> after months of spt today squarely on the hot seat in front of a special house committee investigating the 2012 attack on an american consulate in libya. as scott thun reports... former secretary of state to answer their questions the conditions that led to the deaths of four americans. focus or not, hillary clinton's
specifically, over why ambassador chris stevens' requests for added security, were ignored. (hillary clinton) "i did not see them, i did not approve them, i did not deny them." clinton's emails, again under scrutiny... in this case, a lack of emails that might provide answers, say some republicans. "if you were in my office at the state department, i didn't have a computer//most of myork was not done on emails." democrats on the committee, decried this as nothing more than a way to ruin clinton's campaign for president. (rep. elijah cummings/(d) maryland) "everyone on the panel knows these accusations are baseless." they've even put up a rolling tab for the committee's spending, somewhere just under 5 million dollars they claim. (scott/standup) the committee to investigate benghazi has been active for almost a year and a half now, that's longer than the 4atergate committee and won't end just because hillary clinton's testiony does.
each other, more than clinton. though there were plenty of those moments as well-- like this exchange over the administration's initial stance as to what prompted the deadly attack and if politics was prioritized above truth. (rep. jim jordan/(r) ohio) "we know the attack in libya had nothing to do with the film, why didn't you just speak plain to the american people?" (clinton) "i did, i'm sorry it doesn't fit your narrative congressman." on capitol hill, i'm scott thuman. larry>> it looks like the race to replace john boehner as speaker of the house may be over. wisconsin congressman paul ryan is officially in the race... sending a letter to house republicans saying he's "ready and eager" to be speaker. that decision comes just days after announcing his conditions for taking the top job... and meeting with members of the ultra- conservative house freedom caucus to try and win their support. the vote to select the next speaker is set for early next week. speaker boehner is set to step down next friday after five years in charge. larry>> still ahead tonight on
after weather. kayla>> . larry and kayla>> larry and kayla talk about today's weather and the upcoming forecast. kayla>> . larry and kayla>> larry and ay tk outoy'weh ndhepcinfoca. la . tram rileansherha ttasshereanwi continue throughout tonight and the day tomorrow. temperatures will be back in the 60's for the rest of the week and continue to drop into the
50's for the rest of next week.5 larry>> briar cliff university students got some health and wellness tips this morning. in a change from previous years... this year's health and wellness fair was held during the fall semester. health and wellness- related businesses from across sioux city set up booths at briar cliff... showing off their products and services. "used to always do it in the spring. this is the first time doing it in the fall because we want the students know about these different business. while they are here during their academic year they can use them." briar cliff estimates around 200 students visited each booth at the fair. meanwhile across town... western iowa tech community college hosted a different kind of wellness fair this afternoon. the iowa department for the blind teamed up with local providers for the sioux city vision loss resource fair. visitors got to learn about the various products and services available to people experiencing vision loss and/or blindness... including information on large- print or audiobooks from sioux city's public library... public transit options for the blind... and information on vocational