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After surviving their record sixth elimination game of the 2012 postseason on Monday night, the San Francisco Giants advanced to the 2012 World Series. There, they will face the Detroit Tigers starting Wednesday night at AT&T Park in San Fran. Here's a preview of the 2012 World Series:
Brian Urlacher and D.J. Moore each collected turnovers to stifle potential second-half touchdown drives, and the Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions, 13-7, in Chicago on Monday night. It was the fourth straight win for Chicago (5-1).
The Bears led 13-0 when the Lions threatened in the third quarter, advancing the ball to the 1-yard line before Urlacher recovered a fumble by Joique Bell of Detroit (2-4). Quarterback Matthew Stafford drove the Lions back into the red zone three possessions later, only to have Moore intercept his pass from the 3-yard-line.
Matt Cain pitched his second series-clinching game of the postseason, and the San Francisco Giants beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 9-0, in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series on Monday night at AT&T Park.
Eli Manning threw a 77-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz with 1:13 left, and the New York Giants beat the Washington Redskins, 27-23, in East Rutherford, N.J. on Sunday. Cruz's score came just 19 seconds after rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III had given Washington (3-4) the lead via a 30-yard TD pass to Santana Moss. Griffin had a final chance for another rally, but Moss fumbled the ball away with 39 seconds to play as the Redskins were driving on New York (5-2).
Frank Gore ran for 131 yards and Alex Smith threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Delanie Walker to secure the win, as the San Francisco 49ers beat the Seattle Seahawks, 13-6, at Candlestick Park on Thursday.
San Francisco (5-2) held the Seahawks to 251 yards of total offense on its way to claiming first place in the NFC West. Down 6-3 at the half, the 49ers scored all of the second half points while stiffening on defense.
Jhonny Peralta homered twice, and the Detroit Tigers beat the New York Yankees, 8-1, at Comerica Park on Thursday to sweep the American League Championship Series and advance to the World Series for the first time since 2006.
American League Triple Crown-winner Miguel Cabrera and former Yankee Austin Jackson added home runs for Detroit, and starting pitcher Max Scherzer struck out 10 Yankees, alloweing just two hits in 5-2/3 innings pitched. Series MVP Delmon Young went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Young hit .353 and drove in six runs in the series. The Tigers shelled New York starter C.C. Sabathia for 11 hits and 6 runs in 3-2/3 innings.
Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers — 8:20 P.M.
Candlestick Park, San Francisco
Despite having the NFC's second-worst offense, Seattle (4-2) has found a way to win close games behind rookie quarterback Russell Wilson. Seahawks' running back Marshawn Lynch, the NFC's top rusher, will need to gain ground against a 49ers' defense that allows 275.8 yards per game, the fewest in the league. Quarterback Alex Smith had a dreadful game for San Francisco (4-2) in last week's loss to the Giants. The Seahawks, who have the league's fourth-ranked defense, will look to cause more trouble for Smith via the pass rush, especially with left tackle Joe Staley likely out with a concussion.
Peyton Manning threw three second-half touchdown passes as the Denver Broncos rallied from a 24-point halftime deficit to beat the San Diego Chargers, 35-24, in San Diego on Monday night.After San Diego (3-3) dominated the first half, Manning quickly led the Broncos back, throwing a 29-yard touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas on the first drive of the second half. Cornerback Tony Carter added a 65-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the third quarter for Denver (3-3).
The Giants intercepted 49ers' quarterback Alex Smith three times, as New York dominated San Francisco, 26-3, in San Francisco on Sunday. Antrel Rolle picked off two passes and Prince Amukamara snagged a third for the Giants (4-2) in a rematch of teams that played in last season's NFC title game. San Francisco (4-2) was unable to generate any points after David Akers' first quarter field goal.
New York Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter was helped off the field after fracturing his left ankle in the top of 12th inning of his team's 6-4 loss to the Detroit Tigers in Saturday's Game 1 of the American League Championship Series at Yankee Stadium.
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