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November 26, 2014 at 12:19 AM

Wednesday morning links and notes: 49ers game coming quick

Little time to waste this week with a game Thursday night.

The Seahawks will have a walkthrough at mid-morning, then head to the Bay Area for a game — like any would this time of year, given where the team is — that will tell an awful lot about where the season leads.

So cutting to the chase, here are some day-before links. …

— Here’s my story recapping the Richard Sherman-Doug Baldwin (?) press conference Tuesday.

— Good stuff here from Larry Stone on the unique press conference Tuesday.

— Jayson Jenks on Kam Chancellor’s impassioned pre-game speech and return-to-form play.

— Our roundup of weekly NFL power rankings from national media and major newspapers, with Seahawks moving up.

— Seahawks.com talks to former 49er Will Tukuafu about seeing the rivalry fro the other side.

— Seahawks.com with more on Chancellor.

— And Seahawks.com also previews the 49ers.

— SF starting right tackle Anthony Davis remains uncertain for the game.

— More details on San Francisco’s injuries.

Rob Rang with some good thoughts on the Seahawks.

— San Jose Mercury News columnist Mark Purdy says the teams are victims of the NFL’s greed in having to play on Thursday night.

— More on Eric Reid endorsing the Sherman-Baldwin presser.

— The Mercury News wonders if the 49ers are tough enough to beat the Seahawks.

— Can Seattle’s O-line hold up against the 49ers’ front?

Perrish Cox, briefly a Seahawk last season, having a good year with the 49ers.

— ESPN’s Stats Inc., with some good breakdowns of the battle in the trenches Thursday night.

— SI.com says the NFC West is wide open.

— FoxSports with a preview.

— The San Francisco Chronicle says this is far from just another game.

— The Sacramento Bee says both teams are wary of running QBs.

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