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Down By The Bay: Some Good, Some Bad

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It's very late and I've just got in from the 49ers game, which was awesome. I was pretty sick of hearing about Brett Favre, and it brought me great joy to see Patrick Willis hit him really hard. When I made it home though, I was sad to see just how badly the Giants lost yesterday, and I'll hopefully discover just what happened as I write this.

After the jump is all you need to know when it comes to the A's, Giants, 49ers, Raiders, Warriors, Sharks and all of Bay Area sports is laid in front of you by myself, as per our team specific blogs. So jump when I say jump ... jump.

I suppose it's out of the question for the good folks at McCovey Chronicles to provide us with some form of recap immediately following a game like that one. I didn't see it, and I'm glad I didn't. I almost looked for a way to record it, and I'm glad now that I didn't. They have the postgame thread for you to look through.

On top of that, the minor lines for the day, always a good read.

The A's didn't fare much better yesterday. Well, that's a lie I suppose, they fared much better, even if the end result was the same when it came down to wins and losses. They couldn't come out on top, but they did play a decent game. Athletics Nation has a postgame thread for your reading and participation.

Niners Nation has a quick recap for the game yesterday. I had a good time there, but more so, I was impressed by the team and what they were able to accomplish. They just looked good.

They also had a post with transcripts from players and coaches after the game. Much has, and will continue to be made about Singletary's comments concerning quarterback Nate Davis.

Also, the first Niners Nation podcast was posted yesterday. Be sure to read about the limitations before you listen.

Silver And Black Pride took a look at what may be the weakest part of the Raiders offense, the offensive line. Still, it's a nice change from previous seasons when the weakest link of the chain was the quarterback position.

You can also read up on this post for some general notes and good Raiders talk. 

Fear The Fin took a look at Niclas Wallin (again) and what his role will be this season. I wholeheartedly agree that Willie Watch is getting old.