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Golden Nuggets: Just Kidding, I Love Bye Weeks

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Ahhh. Another Sunday, another day where the 49ers came out ahead. Sitting back on their "improvement week", the 49ers got to see the St. Louis Rams remain winless, the Arizona Cardinals fall short and the Seattle Seahawks put on one half of one of the worst games I've seen in years. 0-6, 1-5, 2-4 ... and we sit atop at 5-1. As a 49ers fan, I still am feeling really nervous. I feel like Jim Harbaugh's hesitance to let his team get overly-confident is rubbing off on me. I respect the teams in our division and a lot of their great players. Anything can happen - but for now, I'm riding a high. Enjoy the links, of which there are few today.

49ers increase NFC West lead during their bye week (Examiner.com)

49ers Mailbag: Miller to remain top fullback? (CSNBayArea.com)

It's a whole new ballgame for San Francisco 49ers (MercuryNews.com)

Here's recaps I wrote for the RamsCardinals and Seahawks (SB Nation Bay Area)

Bye week becomes improve-in-standings week (CSNBayArea.com)

NFL sends memo to teams regarding post-game conduct (ProFootballTalk.com)

Lions Defensive Coordinator Gunther Cunningham Still Thinking About 49ers (SB Nation Bay Area)

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: Sit Back And Enjoy The Mediocrity | Ninjames
49ers Bye Week: Observing The Rest Of The NFC West | Fooch
Sunday NFL Open Thread: Tim Tebow Brings The Madness To Miami | Fooch
Sunday Afternoon NFL Open Thread: Cardinals-Steelers, Rams-Cowboys "Highlight" Afternoon Schedule |
Fooch
Sunday Night Football Open Thread: Colts-Saints At Least Offers Drew Brees-Led Offense | Fooch

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