For the second game in a row, the 49ers’ offense found its groove with quarterback Colin Kaepernick under center, not in the shotgun, and San Francisco received big plays from two former Baltimore Ravens receivers, Torrey Smith and Anquan Boldin.
▪ 49ers notes: Defense bends but doesn’t break.
▪ A victory over the struggling Ravens still earns a strong overall grade. Check out which unit graded highest.
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▪ Relive the 49ers’ victory over the Ravens via a replay of Sunday’s live blog.
▪ NFL by the numbers takes a mathematical look – and some shots – at Week 6 developments.
New York takes a 3-0 first-inning lead en route to a 4-1 over Chicago. Daniel Murphy again is the hitting hero for the Mets.
The Toronto Blue Jays are happy to be home following two losses in Kansas City. They’ll host the Royals beginning Monday in the first of three games in Canada – provided Kansas City doesn’t win the next two games of the American League Championship Series.
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Who is Week 7’s top performer? Derrick Henderson of Inderkum? Evyn Holtz of Rocklin? Jamarri Jackson of Christian Brothers? Davaughn Silver of Antelope? Tyler Stoever of Valley Christian? You’ve got until noon Thursday to vote.
Kings fans shouldn’t be too excited about their team’s 5-1 preseason record. The real work begins now, as coach George Karl tweaks his offensive and defensive sets while the Kings prepare for their season opener Oct. 28 at home against the Los Angeles Clippers.
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