Golden Nuggets: Of Colin Kaepernick, Alex Smith and more shutout fallout

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Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the web,

Good morning, ladies and gents. As this is my first Nuggets since the big win ... how great did that feel? When I'm not writing stuff that needs to be proper, I'll go ahead and refer to the San Francisco 49ers' shutout of the New York Jets on Sunday as a 41-0 victory due to the Colin Kaepernick slide in the final seconds. I probably would have took it in for a score, but then again, I can be a pretty big jerk sometimes.

Anyway, I think the most important thing San Francisco can do now is simply not overlook the Buffalo Bills at all. I don't think they will, given what happened in Minnesota, but it's clearly what needs to be done to make it to 4-1 on the season. Lastly, I wanted to remind ya'll again that the comments are back to being normal SB Nation comments at SB Nation Bay Area, and are not of the Facebook variety. I'd appreciate any and all discussion you can give me because it's the thing I miss the most when it comes to writing less here and more there.

Onto your links, keeping in mind that Tuesday is usually relatively bare for some reason!

49ers vs. Jets postgame film: Mario Manningham's receptions, Dashon Goldson's PD, blocked punt (Brady)

49ers vs. Jets notes: Five takeaways from Sunday's shutout (Brady)

Jim Harbaugh content with team performance by the 49ers against the Jets (Gin)

Monday Morning Mailbag: More of the 'Wolf Pack'? (Maiocco)

49ers' refrain: Way to go, Ohio (Branch)

49ers vs. Jets postgame: Kendall Hunter, Delanie Walker going in opposite directions (Brady)

49ers Vs. Jets: Five things we learned (Gin)

Play time: Kaepernick makes most of opportunities (Maiocco)

How does Sunday's offensive creativity reflect on Alex Smith? (Lynch)

Lingering thoughts, report card from Week 4 shutout of 'Gang Grim' (Inman)

49ers Return to New Weight Room (49ers)

Week 4 fantasy recap: Niners are studs, Raiders are duds (Smith)

49ers vs. Jets postgame: Colin Kaepernick, the read option and San Francisco's usage of them both (Brady)

49ers' secret weapon was Kaepernick (SFGate)

49ers out-Tebow Jets with Kaepernick (Cohn)

Aldon Smith's windmill celebration (SFGate)

Rex Ryan: New York Jets got 'ass kicked' by 49ers (NFL)

Niners back to business of forcing turnovers (Scout)

49ers vs. Jets postgame: Notes from all sides of the ball in San Francisco shutout (Brady)

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