Giants vs. Seahawks: Super Bowl preview

The San Francisco 49ers (1-1) host the Seattle Seahawks (2-0) for the first time since the 49ers lost to the 49er-owned Houston Texans in the 2015 Super Bowl.

Here are some key takeaways: What to watch: How good is Russell Wilson?

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s two touchdown passes to tight end Jimmy Graham in the first half of the 49-20 win were the first of his career.

The Seahawks won the NFC West and are coming off a 17-10 win over the New York Giants in the divisional round.

What they need: Quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 327 yards and two touchdowns in the 49s win, including a 4-yard touchdown pass to Graham.

That’s one of the few times in his career that he’s thrown a pass with less than two minutes left in regulation, and it’s a great sign that Wilson’s confidence has returned.

Wilson also threw for a career-high 204 yards on 15 attempts with no interceptions.

Where to watch it: Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.

How to watch the game: Live stream on NFL GamePass and NFL Network.

Watch it on Sunday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.

(Pacific) on NBC Sports Network, NBC Sports Live Extra and NBC Sports Now.

The game will be streamed live on

It will be available on mobile devices.

What to expect: The 49ers have lost five straight games, including three straight at home.

Seattle has won seven of its last nine games.

It’s the Seahawks’ first win over a division opponent since the 2012 Super Bowl against the Detroit Lions.

The 49-24 win over San Francisco was their first in their home stadium since 1999.

Who’s hot: Seattle quarterback Russell, who is 5-1 with a 3.65 ERA in his last seven starts, was held to a career low 39.5 percent completion percentage.

He completed 18 of 27 passes for 204 yards with no touchdowns.

The first-year quarterback is trying to return to form after missing last season with a torn ACL.

He threw for 328 yards in last Sunday’s win over Cleveland.

He’s also averaging 6.8 yards per pass attempt.

Seattle also had five sacks.

It was the first sack of the game by a Seahawks quarterback since Mike Glennon in Week 10, 2015.

Who outplayed them: The Seahawks were without cornerback Patrick Peterson (hamstring) and linebacker Thomas Keiser (knee).

All three players have been out since the game.

Quarterback Wilson is 3-1 against the 49 on the road.