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Good morning, folks. I'll be covering the Nuggets for James today. While most folks are not fans of Mondays, one thing that we can enjoy about them is that it is basically the start of a new week for football fans if your team is not playing on Monday Night Football. After a tough loss to the Baltimore Ravens, the 49ers will be back it today, getting an early jump on practice following a few days off after Thanksgiving.

While handling their business against the Rams does not necessarily rectify what we saw against the Ravens, it would be a nice step back towards regaining the momentum of the last two months. The 49ers are a good football team and they happened to run into another good football team at the wrong time. The 49ers will need to learn to win games like that, but these things happen. On to the links....

How the 49ers can win the NFC West in Week 13 (two possible scenarios) (Sam Lam)

Schedule favors 49ers for No. 2 seed (Maiocco)

Niners' magic number drops to one (Barrows)

Schedule stuff: Steelers will be well-rested for meeting vs. 49ers (Branch)

49ers can clinch division; Gore can pass Perry vs. Rams (Branch)

Alex Smith had Delanie Walker open for TD on the first play (Lynch)

‘Sound FX’ reveals insightful quotes from 49ers-Ravens (SJ Mercury News)

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: And We're Back! | Ninjames
Week 12 NFL Schedule: Seattle Seahawks Look To Remain Hot | Fooch
Week 12 NFL Morning Games Open Thread | Fooch
Week 12 NFL Afternoon Games Open Thread | Fooch
Sunday Night Football Open Thread | Fooch
49ers Boast Extremely Talented Roster - Or Do They? You Decide! | Fooch

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