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A collection of San Francisco 49ers related links for Tuesday, October 1st, 2019

Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens Photo by Todd Olszewski/Getty Images

The talk around the NFL after this weekend has been that the 49ers sit on top of the NFC standings with a 3-0 record. The real question then becomes, when will they actually lose a game? Let’s go down the schedule:

Cleveland Browns @ San Francisco 49ers- The Browns just played a dominant game against a Baltimore Ravens team that started the season strong, but I just can’t see them coming out west and beating a 49ers team coming off a bye. 49ers win

San Francisco 49ers @ Los Angeles Rams - LA will probably have louder 49er fans than Levis so the Rams won’t have much of a homefield advantage. Also, Jared Goff tends to fold under pressure. 49ers win

San Francisco 49ers @ Washington - Washington is a mess and they haven’t won a game yet. 49ers win

Carolina Panthers @ San Francisco 49ers - With Cam Newton injured the Panthers are riding the Kyle Allen roller coaster. Yes, he’s won games for them, but he turns the ball over way too much. 49ers win

San Francisco 49ers @ Arizona Cardinals - The Cardinals haven’t won a game yet this season. That could change next week against a struggling Cincinnati Bengals team, and they do tend to give us trouble, but this is where the Cardinals’ win streak against the 49ers ends. 49ers win

Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers - 49ers beat the Seahawks last year with a backup QB. No reason they can’t do it again with Jimmy Garoppolo at the helm. 49ers win

Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers - 49ers win in Arizona, 49ers win at home. 49ers win

Green Bay Packers @ San Francisco 49ers - I don’t know if injuries have finally caught up to Aaron Rodgers or if it’s because he’s having trouble adjusting to the scheme, but something is not right with that offense. 49ers win

San Francisco 49ers @ Baltimore Ravens - Now this is where I see the 49ers’ first loss of the season. It’s just hard travelling to the east coast for a 10am game. 49ers lose

I also think the 49ers lose the next game in New Orleans, but by my count that puts the 49ers at 11 wins before they get their first loss. Obviously I’m biased with my assessment of each opponent, but trying to look at it objectively, I think my prediction is actually pretty reasonable. What do you think? When are the 49ers most likely to lose their first game?

Now on to those links...

Peter Schrager on 49ers: ‘I don’t think they’re a fluke’ (David Bonilla, 49ers Webzone)

49ers Nick Bosa bull-rushing his way to Defensive Rookie of the Year (Ryan Sakamoto, Niner Noise)

49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh among SI’s future head coaches (Dalton Johnson, NBC Sports)

49ers player stocks soaring after Week 4 of 2019 season (Akshaj Dwivedula, Niner Noise)

49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk fulfilling promise as offensive weapon (Matt Maiocco, NBC Sports)

49ers sign CB Teez Tabor to the practice squad, release OL Ryan Pope (David Bonilla, 49ers Webzone)

Why 49ers’ Richard Sherman hopes new California law ‘destroys’ NCAA (Matt Maiocco, NBC Sports)

Around the league...

Raiders’ Vontaze Burfict suspended for rest of season (ESPN)

Bradley Chubb’s season-ending knee injury is ‘huge loss’ for Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)

NFL Week 4 grades: Titans get an ‘A’ for crushing Falcons, Bengals get an ‘F’ for ugly prime time performance (John Breech, CBS Sports)

Hopeless Bengals Need to Trade A.J. Green in Lost Year, but Who Could Be Buyers? (Brent Sobleski, Bleacher Report)

What will the Vikings do with Kirk Cousins? (Mike Florio, NBC Sports)

NFL Power Rankings: Adam Thielen was right about problems with Kirk Cousins and Vikings (Frank Schwab, Yahoo Sports)

NFL picks straight up for Week 5: Rams rebound vs. Seahawks; 49ers take down Browns (Tadd Haislop, Sporting News)

4 NFL Head Coaches on the Hot Seat (Geoff Magliocchetti, The Big Lead)

Barnwell: How Week 4 showed fatal flaws for the NFL’s best teams (Bill Barnwell, ESPN)

Eagles, Browns, Chargers most promising of NFL’s 13 2-2 teams (Adam Schein,

Frank Gore accomplishes something in Week 4 no NFL running back has done since 1978 (Bryan DeArdo, CBS Sports)