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Golden Nuggets: Time for cuts

San Francisco 49ers links for Friday August 31, 2018

NFL: Los Angeles Chargers at San Francisco 49ers Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Our final preseason game has been played and it is time for the cuts. Even though most of the players players getting cut have known their odds of making the team were pretty slim from the moment they came to camp, you still have to feel for them. Most of them have been working hard to achieve their dream of making it in the NFL for many years.

Now it is time to see what our team really looks like. Will our offensive line hold up? How many times will Mike Person have to be blown off the line before Kyle Shanahan switches to Joshua Garnett? How good is Jimmy Garoppolo and our group of wide receviers? Will our running backs be good enough?

On defense, will we have a pass rush? Will Richard Sherman and Ahkello Witherspoon live up to expectations? Will Malcolm Smith still be a starter after Reuben Foster returns or will Fred Warner take his starting job away from him?

The biggest question of all will be how many games will we win? Some Niners Nation fans are going to be very disappointed if the 49erss don’t make it to the playoffs. I personally am way more interested in our team showing a noticeable improvement over how they played last season and seeing where they still need to improve. I would not be disappointed to see us go to the Super Bowl but I really see us as a team that is still in rebuilding mode.

Now onto the hot links:

Quarterback Jack Heneghan impresses Peter Panacy

Quick observations from 49ers crushing loss to Chargers Kyle Madson

Kyle Shanahan: Mike Person still the front-runner Peter Panacy

McNichols can’t be stopped on TD run up the middle Video/

Nick Mullens fires a dart to Ross Dwelley for 21 yards Video/

Nick Mullens reads the defense perfectly on 4-yard TD run Video/

Joe Staley, Mike McGlinchey get shoutout from Backstreet Boys Kyle Madson

Reuben Foster suits up for 49ers vs. Chargers Kyle Madson

Garoppolo realizes dream joining Jordan Brand Nick Wagoner

Four NFL Media experts predict a 9-7 record for the 49ers in 2018 David Bonilla

49ers waive/injured WR Max McCaffrey Kyle Madson