Golden Nuggets: Alex Smith regressing into old habits

Brian Bahr

Friday, October 19, 2012 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of 49ers links from around the web.

Aside from a potential injury to running back Frank Gore, the most concerning thing regarding Thursday night's win over the Seattle Seahawks is the obvious regression of quarterback Alex Smith. I'm not entirely sure if that 79-3 run got to his head or if he's just under a lot of pressure or what, but he's been making some incredibly uncharacteristic mistakes out there. The San Francisco 49ers will not win anything of significance without Smith getting his groove back, so to speak.

At any rate, I caught the end of the game and then immediately hopped on to do the Nuggets, as I need to get some sleep. Some of these links may not be totally fresh, so please, post any you find yourselves in the comments for your fellow readers, yeah? Anyway, let's get to the aforementioned links. Go Niners and all of that good stuff, chilllldren!

Maiocco's Instant Replay: 49ers 13, Seahawks 6 (Maiocco)

Gore batters Seahawks, absorbs pounding (Maiocco)

San Francisco 49ers still the gold standard in NFC West (NFL.com)

Week 7 grades: The offense (Cohn)

Jim Harbaugh's safety refusal could be a big deal in Vegas (Yahoo)

49ers bounce back with 13-6 win against Seattle (AP)

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