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Golden Nuggets: Silenced By The Rams

Tuesday, November 4th, 2014 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from the Internet

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Well that's not a performance you expect to see coming off a bye week. Not a performance you expect to see with former Super Bowl winning coach George Seifert and newly crowned world champion members of the San Francisco Giants in attendance. That was brutal. The Niners came off the bye and lost a 13-10 game to the last place Rams. The offense had an absolutely terrible game.

This has to be one of the worst defeats of the Jim Harbaugh era in San Francisco. Coming off their bye, the team's offense was completely unprepared for the game. During the game, they could not adjust to anything the Rams did defensively. The offensive line was completely manhandled by the Rams defensive line. Colin was sacked 7 times with one resulting in a fumble and was generally under pressure all game long. The offense only managed one TD and a field goal at home. Jim Harbaugh and Greg Roman didn't have this team ready to win. Even though the team had a shot at the end to win, they really didn't deserve it. The sloppy play is killing the team and they face a mountain to climb to get to the playoffs.

The defense played very well Sunday. They forced Austin Davis to throw 2 INTs and only allowed 13 points, so they kept their end of the deal. The bright spots of the game were Chris Borland recording 18 tackles in the absence of Patrick Willis and Aaron Lynch recording another sack. Perrish Cox continued his run of good play with another pick. The defense is holding up their end of the bargain. The offense needs to hold up its end.

The team needs to play flawless football the rest of the way to have a shot at the playoffs. The Cardinals don't seem to be losing steam and Seattle is a game up. The team has all the talent in the world, but they can't play sloppy and expect to win in this league.

49ers Links

The offense failed | Report Card (Inman)

Give this man the ball. Good things happen when he has the ball | Gore On The Offense (Alper)

So sad to hear. A great talent that could not stay healthy | Lattimore Planning On Retiring? (Smith)

Lattimore Weighing Options (Inman)

FAIL | Offense Report Card (Gin)

PASS | Defense Report Card (Gin)

Marcus Lattimore Contemplating Future In Football (Barrows)

Marcus' Agent Says He Hasn't Decided Future (Maiocco)

Doesn't matter. The refs said no. Work harder and play better in NO | Kap: I Know I Crossed The Line (Smith)

As many losses right now as all of last year. Sloppy play is hurting the team | Harbaugh's 49ers Look Different This Year (Williams)

VP Of Officiating On Sunday's Calls (49ers Video)

Gore: We Didn't Play A Good Game (Price)

The Morning After (Kawakami)

The defense needs to get on the offense. The offense has so much talent | Whole Offense Takes Blame (Maiocco)

Film Analysis (Barrows)

Why Kap Fumble Stood (Hurcomb)

The offensive line was just offensive | The Sacks (Branch)

The Numbers Of The Game (49ers Public Relations)

The Sack Film Review (Gin)

Congrats Anquan | Boldin To 900 Receptions (Gutierrez)

Rice On The Last Play Of The Game (Inman)

Lack Of Evidence To Overturn Fumble (Inman)

Harbaugh: Take Action And Improve (49ers Video)

It seems like all the talk was just talk | No Word On Early Aldon Return (Gutierrez)

Refocus (Drummond)

No Word On Aldon From NFL (Maiocco)

Not a good sign. The play calling has always been an issue with Roman | Harbaugh Satisfied With Roman's Job (Maiocco)

With Lattimore looking to retire, its good to have Kendall | Welcome Back, Hunter (Maiocco)

Young On The State Of Team (Branch)

Everyone Had Fingerprints (Biderman)

Harbaugh Not Concerned About What Others Think (Gin)

Baalke Speaks (Inman)

Johnson Continues To Produce (Maiocco)

Harbaugh Quiet About Woes (Barrows)

Lattimore Has Disability Policy (Rovell)