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Golden Nuggets: No Complaints Here, Good Win For 49ers

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I guess some people were upset following the 49ers' victory over the Rams yesterday, and I'm kind of scratching my head about it. I understand the 49ers themselves being disappointed, but there are a lot of people complaining about the fact that the Rams came back. Personally, I'm not going to complain one bit. There was a team that let off the gas because they could, and got back in the thick of things when they needed to. Nothing more, nothing less. Very pleased with the 49ers' win and couldn't be happier heading into these playoffs. Also, I'm pretty darn stoked that Boobie got a touchdown yesterday. It's the icing on the cake. Let's get to the linkage for the day.

A look at the records set by the 49ers on Sunday (Examiner.com)

49ers Vs. Rams Final Score: Michael Crabtree Scores Twice, SF Holds Off St. Louis Comeback In 34-27 Win (SB Nation Bay Area)

NFL officially sets time and date for 49ers' first playoff game (Examiner.com)

49ers' 'Sleeper' trick play works to perfection (SFGate.com)

San Francisco 49ers earn their much-needed bye (MercuryNews.com)

49ers not thrilled with 34-27 win over Rams (CSNBayArea.com)

VIDEO: Rams Epic Fail Trick Play Swings Momentum For 49ers (SB Nation Bay Area)

David Akers Fake FG TD Video: 49ers Kicker Connects With Michael Crabtree (SB Nation Bay Area)

Week 17 grades (PressDemocrat.com)

49ers' report card for win over Rams (SFGate.com)

Yesterday on Niners Nation

Golden Nuggets: No More Bittersweet Week 17 Victories | Ninjames
NFL Playoff Picture: Finalizing The NFC Seeding | Fooch
49ers Vs. Rams Inactives: Patrick Willis Active, Ted Ginn, Kyle Williams Inactive | Fooch
49ers Hold Off Late Rams Charge To Clinch No. 2 Seed | Fooch
49ers Let Foot Off The Pedal In 34-27 Victory | Fooch
Sunday Night Football Open Thread: Giants, Cowboys Battle For Final Playoff Spot | Fooch
49ers Vs. Rams: Notable Stats And Performances | Fooch

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