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Down By The Bay: Lots Of Games ... Good Stuff

Down by the Bay is a daily catch-up of Bay Area sports action from the previous day. It's here on SB Nation Bay Area every morning at the same time, and it's the first thing you should be reading to catch up on the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, San Francisco Giants, Oakland A's, San Jose Sharks and Golden State Warriors. After the jump is all you need to know, so make it and let's get to it. When I say jump, jump. So, uh, jump, right now.

The Giants play today and it should be great. Should be ... Should be. I hope so, anyway. McCovey Chronicles is getting ready for the game, too. Go get ready with them. The right side he's describing is basically the entirety of mine.

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Niners Nation took a look at the team's dominance over tight ends thus far. That's great, considering they sucked at that last year. The team also placed safety Curtis Taylor on injured reserve and promoted Chris Maragos to the active roster. On top of that, they had a post about Matt Moore starting at QB for the Panthers.

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Silver And Black Pride had a postgame poll relating to what the readers are most worried about when it comes to the on-the-field Raiders. On top of that, a look at the AFC West and it's general ... awfulness. Shutup, it's a word.

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Fear The Fin had some thoughts on Joe Thornton's contract extension. Very good move for the team, and an interesting scenario for the future of the team. On top of that, be sure to check out their gameday thread/preview for the Hurricanes today.

The Warriors had a good win yesterday, even though the starters were playing some time. Golden State Of Mind had their preseason game links for the win over the Trail Blazers, always a good thing to check out.

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