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Golden Nuggets: Good coaching

Hey there folks, we're two days off a victory and I am pumped. We've got the Seahawks coming up this week but before I move on to that I just want to savor this win a bit more. That Jaguars team isn't exactly an amazing squad, but they don't have a team devoid of talent, it was a good win. The thing of note today is the first link, that Singletary let the players have input on where to go with the offense. I think that is admirable and he needs to continue to listen going forward. As for number of links, I have around ten or so for you, not a lot but more than a couple. Sorry for the lack of them yesterday, I was late, today I'm starting past Midnight but well before 2 so it's all good, I'll look extra hard. Enjoy them, folks, we've got what could end up being a tough game on Sunday coming up. Should be a good one, hopefully. Here's some links.

As stated, the players had a say in which direction the offense would be going, which is great. (SacBee.com)

The suggestion box is always open, apparently! (PressDemocrat.com)

What do you think about the opening up of the offense? Is Singletary so stubborn? (MercuryNews.com)

Here's another edition of Monday's Locker Room Talk. (49ers.com)

I'm pretty happy the 49ers decided to air it out, I just hope this line learns to run block and Gore isn't forgotten. (Yahoo.com)

Here's yesterday's edition of Singletary's Notebook. (49ers.com)

Singletary hits rewind on the win over the Jags. (MercuryNews.com)

He thinks this team has a lot to accomplish, playoffs aside, in the next five weeks. (PressDemocrat.com)

I don't have time to read this, but it's a bit about Alex Smith. (SFGate.com)

I guess Singletary can indeed compromise. Crazy, right? (ContraCostaTimes.com)