Golden Nuggets: Braylon Edwards Key Factor, Vernon Davis Is Still Right

Glad to see that a couple folks disagreed with me regarding Vernon Davis and his comments about staying in to block/not getting the ball in his hands enough. I knew if we had reached some consensus, it would probably be the wrong one, so I'm thankful that there were some dissenters among us to make me a bit more confident that yes, he is indeed right.

Aside from that, there's not a whole lot of news right now ... Braylon Edwards is day-to-day and that's really all I care about right now. He needs to get back in the lineup and he needs to be used, a lot. Also, did any of you see the new look over at I used to not go there much for links, but Eric Branch going made me change my mind, he's a brilliant writer ... but that new layout might make me go back to not searching there. I'll tough it out for a little while longer. Enjoy the linkage, folks.

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Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: Vernon Davis Is Right | Ninjames
Braylon Edwards "Nicked Up" And Day-To-Day | Fooch
Where In The World Is Vernon Davis? | D.DeSimone
NFC West Week 2 Review: Uh Oh | DerekRE_3
Game Ball Of The Week: Carlos Rogers Uses His Head | Fooch
49ers vs. Bengals Odds: Cincinnati Opens As Slight Favorite | Fooch
2011 NFL Season: Week 2 | urnext
Facing the Inconvenient Truth about Frank Gore | smileyman
NFL Power Rankings, Week Three: A Little More Subjective (ESPN), A Little More Objective (Football Outsiders) | Fooch

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