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Golden Nuggets: Not worried about the Rams at home

Friday, October 31, 2014 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet.


Good morning folks. Since I didn't do the Golden Nuggets yesterday, I'd like to be at least a little obnoxious (toward all of you and our benevolent overlord, Fooch) and offer a simple: GO GIANTS! I'm not going to pretend I'm as die-hard as they get, and I've watched less baseball than just about ever before this season, but it's always great to see the team win. But I'm sure I'm not alone of those here who would trade a coupe World Series wins for a San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl victory.

The quest for another one of those continues on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams. I'm not particularly worried about the Rams at this point -- they're shown to be far less of a threat than initially thought. As we saw against the Seattle Seahawks, the Rams can certainly put together something and surprise the better team, but it's not going to happen this time around.

Let's get to your links. Go Niners.

49ers injury report: Ward back to practice, set to regain role (Maiocco)

Contact: 49ers teaching Marcus Lattimore how to hit -- get hit -- again (Barrows)

Johnson on modest role: 'It's not like there's a bunch of pansies in front of me' (Branch)

Stevie Jonson on Giants' World Series win and 49ers' hopes: 'Sure puts some pressure on us' (Inman)

Corner by committee? Fangio says all CBs will play (Barrows)

49ers OC Greg Roman gives scouting report on RB Marcus Lattimore (Gutierrez)

Fisher impressed with Kaepernick's progression (Maiocco)

Jeff Fisher not expecting to face Aldon Smith this week (ESPN)

Ray McDonald expected to avoid domestic-violence charges (Inman)

Week 9 by the Numbers: 49ers Host the St. Louis Rams (49ers)

Key Players Will Be Back for 49ers vs. Rams (NBC Bay Area)

Vernon Davis Focused on Big Second-half Finish (49ers)

49ers not short-handed despite roster vacancy (Maiocco)

Marcus Martin Unafraid to Start in NFL Debut (49ers)