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Golden Nuggets: Well, here we go ...

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Aaaand, we're back. Thanks to Fooch for covering for me yesterday, it broke a very long string of me not missing the Nuggets, but I guess not everyone can have an iron man streak. My internet was down, and now I've got two backup options, so if I miss these again, the fates genuinely do not want you to hear from me. We've got the Saints today. Monday Night football, the home opener. If there ever was a position to play the Saints in, this would be it, don't you think? At times I wonder if this team is even any good, at others I worry that we'll get blown out in horrifying fashion. At even other times, I think the 49ers can steal a win away. Who knows? We can only hope that we play well, I think. That's all I can really say.

WR Michael Crabtree looks to rebound.  Honestly, I don't feel that he will at this point in the season. That sounds bad, but it's just how I see it. (PressDemocrat.com)

Here's some matchups to watch for in tonight's game. They seem favorable ... kind of. To an extent. (SacBee.com)

The Niners are still confident going into tonight's game against the Saints. That's good, I was starting to worry that we were prepared to lay down for them. (PressDemocrat.com)

The big thing for me is our secondary. Can it keep up with Drew Brees and the Saints? It makes my head spin considering it. (SFGate.com)

Ted Ginn being injured weakens the 49ers return game. I didn't think it was a strength anyway. (ProFootballWeekly.com)

Vernon Davis strongly believes the 49ers are better than the Saints. I love the confidence. (MercuryNews.com)

Not a whole lot new today, folks. I guess everything that could have been said has been already.