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Friday, October 11, 2013 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet.
I don't quite know why I dislike the New York Giants, but seeing them losing as badly as they have been is a wonderful exercise in schadenfreude. I like it when Eli Manning throws interceptions ... again, I'm not sure why. But now we look ahead to the San Francisco 49ers and their matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.
I'm not really ... worried about this game as it stands. I think they're a pretty unremarkable team, but then again, it's an NFC West matchup, so I guess anything can happen. That said, I think the 49ers are better just about everywhere.
I'm running late so we're just going to jump right into your links for the day. Enjoy, ya'll.
49ers silent about Kap's appearance on injury report (Maiocco)
Fangio skeptical about how soon Tank Carradine, other can contribute (Barrows)
Willis on injury: 'It's certainly a lot better than it was' (Branch)
Aldon Smith is far from perfect, but his career is also far from over (BA Sports Guy)
Double-teamed Boldin represents 49ers' only WR threat (Maiocco)
CB Brock's emergence could mean inactivity for Asomugha (Branch)
So ... about Donte Whitner's "monster contract year" (BA Sports Guy)
49ers, Bethel-Thompson back where they started (Maiocco)
Colin Kaepernick + 'other' WRs = 27.7 (Branch)
Anquan Boldin is facing more doble teams now than ever before (BA Sports Guy)
One secret to 49er Frank Gore's continued success (Lynch)
Donte Whitner making noise on field, too (ESPN)
49ers enjoying depth at cornerback (ESPN)
Washington Back at Work (SI)
Glenn Dorsey Plays with Confidence at NT (49ers)