The San Francisco 49ers may end up experiencing a severe case of deja vu when they take on the Seattle Seahawks in Santa Clara this Sunday afternoon.
Last Sunday in Week 1, the Niners battle the Chicago Bears in a monsoon at Soldier Field. It resulted in a 19-10 loss to Justin Fields and Co. Trey Lance was wildly ineffective, completing just 13 of his 28 pass attempts for 164 yards and one pick.
Unfortunately, Lance may once again have to battle the elements this Sunday. There's currently an 84-percent rain forecast for the Santa Clara area at 49ers-Seahawks kickoff.
That forecast could change, but for now it looks like the Niners will once again be playing in a downpour.
"Weather forecast in Santa Clara has worsened again. There's now an 84% chance of rain for 49ers-Seahawks on Sunday," said David Lombardi.
The other bad news for the 49ers is they can't just turn to the running game on Sunday. Starter Elijah Mitchell will be out a few months with a knee injury.
It may be another ugly showing from the 49ers when they play the Seahawks this Sunday. Hopefully the forecast clears up and the rain stays away.
If not, Trey Lance may have another ugly performance.