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Warriors Drop To .500, Richard Seymour Scores Flash KO: Down By The Bay

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.

Silver And Black Pride has a general post the day after the game against the Steelers. Then things take a turn for the, how you say, vulgar when they chronicle Richard Seymour's punch on Ben Roethlisberger. Gotta admit, I love the title. Lastly, they take a look at Trevor Scott and his injury, and how the Raiders will deal with it.

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Niners Nation took a look at the offensive playcalling from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers game. And boy, was it awfully offensive. The 49ers are spiraling out of control, and one of the writers over there expresses a desire to punch himself in the face. Echoing his sentiments, I finally crack and confirm that yes, I want Mike Singletary fired as head coach.

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Tough loss for the Warriors yesterday, falling to the Denver Nuggets. Golden State of Mind had their always-comprehensive postgame link dump relating to recaps and the like. Later on in the night, they posted their official recap and had another postgame thread up for you. That loss really sucked.

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Fear The Fin takes a look at whether or not the Sharks could be making a trade in the near future. I'm inclined to believe that they won't, unless there's just an offer they can't pass up. I doubt they actively pursue trade options, but will rather wait for one to present itself, beyond that I believe they feel like they can win with their guys.

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