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Friday, October 16th, 2015 edition of the Golden Nuggets, a daily compilation of San Francisco 49ers links from around the Internet.

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Good morning folks. Hopefully, you enjoyed Thursday Night Football, and by that I mean hopefully you enjoyed watching the Atlanta Falcons commit a whole bunch of errors. Hopefully you also like watching terrible missed calls by the referees to further hurt the Falcons, because a lot of that happened. But hey, I like the New Orleans Saints myself and Drew Brees is a guy I always root for. Happy to see them pick up a win even if they won't be terribly competitive in the NFC South this season.

For the SB Nation mothership yesterday, I had to write a couple posts on expert picks and predictions, and one of them was for the game between the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens. It's a game the 49ers are certainly more than capable of winning and I feel good about their chances, but I was surprised to see that the majority of experts are picking them to win it. Over at CBS Sports and ESPN, they're favoring the 49ers and that surprised me.

Anyway, let's get to the links, shall we? Go Niners!

49ers injury report: Hyde leaves practice early due to foot (Maiocco)

Ahmad Brooks returns to practice; Hyde limited on Thursday (Barrows)

49ers coaches have been unable to coherently explain why Bruce Ellington hasn't played more (Biderman)

Tale of two games underscores SF.'s defensive tailspin (Barrows)

49ers OC Chryst on QB mechanics: 'Kap is who Kap is' (Maiocco)

49ers defense lacking game-changing plays, turnovers, sacks, etc. (Inman)

Eric Mangini: 49ers' pass coverage issue not unique to NaVorro Bowman (Gutierrez)

Seahawks nearly nabbed Shareece Wright before Ravens swooped in (Barrows)

49ers monitor Bowman's rising play time (Maiocco)

ElbowGate: 49ers offensive coordinator not harping on Kaepernick's motion (Inman)

Tale of two Mannings underscores SF's defensive dropoff (Barrows)