Seattle - One thing that has developed recently is that only a heated rivalry between Seattle and San Francisco, but also Sacramento. And, that's where we start our coverage on a Tuesday.  49er fans and a lawyer are upset about Seattle not offering tickets to Sunday's game in Seattle.

Steve Large of the CBS affiliate in Sacramento has the story of one lawyer calling the Seattle ticket policy, "unconstitional."

Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area writes that despite the ticket displeasure by the fans, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh has no issue with what Seattle is doing.

More from Maiocco on the health of 49ers starting fullback Will Tukuafa and whether or not he will play Sunday against Seattle after sustaining a knee injury.

Steve Corkran of the San Jose Mercury News writes that the 49ers are ready for the noise and atmosphere of CenturyLink Field.

Really cool photo gallery from MMQB at SI.com that features local photographer Rod Mar.

Gregg Doyel, national columnist for CBSsports.com, weighs in on Pete Carroll and says his success puts him in elite complany.

The NFL Network debates who of the four remaining teams left is the best in the NFL.

Finally, Saints head coach Sean Payton admits to NOLA.com that the lateral by Marques Colston was a designed play.