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Golden Nuggets: No More Bittersweet Week 17 Victories

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So, it's gameday, and I still am riding that "we finally made it back to the playoffs" high, aren't you all? I guess that's just because, usually, we'd be fighting for nothing at this point in the season. Week 17 has always marked the last time we get to see our team play in a long time, and while it was always meaningless, I always loved watching it with a bit of a bittersweet feeling. Now I'll thoroughly enjoy a game that we don't have to win, that also doesn't mark the end of the season. That's one of the best feelings ever, I must say. Anyway, the 49ers will almost assuredly win today and we can lock up that No. 2 seed. LET'S DO IT LEG GO, GO NINERS! Just quick links today.

49ers officially promote WR Joe Hastings to active roster (Examiner.com)

Theismann: Harbaugh should be slam-dunk award winner (SFGate.com)

Hastings: 'I can do anything the coach asks' (CSNBayArea.com)

49ers vs. Rams: Expect A Lot Of Joe Hastings, Kendall Hunter (SB Nation Bay Area)

49ers Q&A with St. Louis Rams Examiner Tim Klusarits (Examiner.com)

Defensive player of the year could come down to Sunday night (ProFootballTalk.com)

49ers Mailbag: Williams not yet cleared to play(CSNBayArea.com)

No holding back for Niners in season finale (Scout.com)

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: Where Different Shoes Are Worse Than Violent Concussions | Ninjames
49ers Players Under 30 | Fooch
NCAA College Football Bowl Games Thread: Happy New Years Eve! | Fooch
Joe Hastings Promoted From Practice Squad | Fooch
NFL Coaching Carousel: Will The 49ers Take A Spin? | Fooch
Happy New Year From Niners Nation | Fooch

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