Found October 08, 2011 on 49ers Fan Cast:
This is one of the most fulfilling wins in recent memory for the 49ers.  The second of two road victories, in the Eastern Time Zone, no less, where the 49ers struggles are well-documented.  The 49ers take a 3-1 record into a home meeting against Tampa Bay, coming off a short week after a close win [...]
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