No. 2: Home-field advantage for San Francisco
The last time the 49ers hosted the Seahawks was Dec. 16, 2018, when the Niners squeezed out a 26-23 victory. Levi’s Stadium felt more like a home game for the visitors, which is understandable. It happens to every team, in every league.
But this season, the Niners Faithful have made every single game a home game, and they’ve only played at Levi’s three times so far. In each of the actual home games, there hasn’t been an attendance lower than 69,000 fans.
Take a look at what the “Niner Gang” can do when they take over the other team’s stadium:
If the 49ers want to have deep playoff run with home-field advantage in the divisional game, winning Monday night against Seattle will be a fantastic start. Considering the Niners play at home for the next three weeks and will be in the comfort of Levi’s Stadium for five of their final eight contests, the Niners Faithful will play an extremely important part of the team’s success.