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Golden Nuggets: Lions Will Be A Tough Test

I like that we've been able to scout our upcoming opponents on Monday Night Football these last couple weeks. I did find a place to watch the game last night, and the Detroit Lions looked really, really good. They beat the Bears pretty badly, especially their pass rush. All I know is that it will be awfully hard for our 49ers to break that winning streak. The reason I think they have a chance is because Jahvid Best is what tore that game open, and the 49ers are good at stopping the run. So if we're going by that, the 49ers have a pretty good chance. Anything can happen though, and I'll have to take a bigger look at the Lions later on this week. So let's just get to today's linkage, shall we?

49ers players already looking ahead to upcoming game against the Lions (

Harbaugh explains call to Morgan (

Lions (5-0) to host 49ers (4-1) in battle for ... NFC supremacy? (

49ers expect to add another wideout (

Ricky Jean Francois - There's more to know (

Baalke not ruling out anything (

Walker willing to embrace bigger role (

Goodwin: Lions' Suh has a chance to be one of best ever (

Sopoaga's left arm in a sling at 49ers practice facility (

49ers rolling along after rout of Bucs (

Week 5 Notes and Quotes (

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: Great Win For 49ers, But Losing Joshua Morgan Hurts | Ninjames
49ers Dominate Buccaneers: In His Free Time, Jim Harbaugh Walks On Water | Fooch
Joshua Morgan Injury Update: Next Man Up | Fooch
49ers Offensive Line Makes Road Kill Of Bucs Front Seven | Fooch
Remembering The Legacy Of Al Davis | smileyman
49ers Improve To 4-1: Jim Harbaugh Monday Lunch Press Conference Video | Fooch
Jim Harbaugh Updates Joshua Morgan, Braylon Edwards Situations | Fooch
49ers QB Alex Smith: A Top Passer in 2011 | D.DeSimone
Monday Night Football Open Thread: Detroit Lions Ready For A Little Scouting | Fooch

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