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Your San Francisco 49ers links for Thursday, October 31, 2019

Happy Halloween. If you’re a San Francisco 49ers fan you are looking forward to hopefully seeing the 49ers shed the monkey off their back by (finally) beating the Arizona Cardinals, a team they haven’t beaten since 2014. Yes, even when they had the worst record, the Cardinals managed to pull out two wins over the 49ers. On paper, this doesn’t seem to be the case, as the 49ers are clearly the better team.

If you are not a fan of the San Francisco 49ers, and looking for a good horror movie tonight, you came to the right place. If you’re a fan of the Arizona Cardinals, The Exorcist may be more tame than what’s about to happen. So tuck those kiddies to bed and keep the lights on. The 49ers are out to make another statement.

And if they lose in Arizona...so help me.

Here’s some links:

John Lynch pleased with 49ers’ roster, as key injured starters return (Maiocco)

Can 49ers avoid embarrassing upset on Thursday? (Cohn)

Biggest Week 9 injury questions for all 32 NFL teams: Latest on Adam Thielen, Sterling Shepard (ESPN)

49ers face spooky Halloween matchup: Beware the ‘Curse of Winning’ (SF Chronicle)

Matt Breida questionable, Joe Staley doubtful for 49ers vs. Cardinals (Madson)

Cardinals call David Johnson a game-time decision (Pro Football Talk)

Arik Armstead is finally having his moment (KNBR)

49ers mailbag: How key is injured players’ return? What’s the salary cap like in 2020? (Biderman)

49ers: Finding faults proving more difficult than winning games (Branch)

49ers, Cardinals injury reports: Matt Breida expected to play Thursday (Maiocco)

Nick Bosa on not going No. 1: I’m in the right place, in the right defense (Pro Football Talk)