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Golden Nuggets: Jim Harbaugh not calling out officials so he doesn't get fined

Friday, October 26, 2012 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the web.


Do the San Francisco 49ers have a game in a couple days? Because all I can do right now is watch the San Francisco Giants be totally awesome in the World Series. Now, I wrote this post while Game 2 was still going, so there's a plenty good chance that I'll look stupid by the morning. But as I've shown time and time again, I don't really take any issue with looking stupid. It's one of my strong points.

At any rate, I was just reading up on all the Jim Harbaugh and Richard Sherman stuff today and two things became immediately clear. One: Sherman is kind of a small child with his attitude (or rather, he's incredibly insecure) and two: Harbaugh is misplacing his complaints. Rather, I think he should be focusing on the officials, not the actual play of the defensive backs. I know if I could get away with holding and things like that, I'd do it.

Unfortunately, Harbaugh could draw a fine for speaking ill of the officials. So he has to call out a defensive back. At any rate, let's get to your quick links for the day.

Frank Gore goes through a full practice; Staley sick (Barrows)

Lee has been playing with broken thumb since Week 1 (Branch)

Alex Smith: Confidence not shaken, finger improving (Maiocco)

49ers vs. Cardinals pick and prediction: Taking San Francisco, of course (Brady)

Aldon Smith Uses Length to His Advantage (49ers)

Are the 49ers better than a year ago? (Maiocco)

Cosell on the Cardinals: "I don't think the 49ers will believe this team can score 10 points against them." (Cohn)

49ers looking to Monday Night Football against the Arizona Cardinals (Gin)

49ers' Randy Moss among least-liked players by fans, says Forbes (SB Nation Bay Area)

John Madden picks 49ers' offensive line as Week 7's best (SB Nation Bay Area)