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SAN FRANCISCO - Aside from a handful of boneheaded penalties Jim Harbaugh will most certainly address this week, the San Francisco 49ers looked rather familiar in Week 3 of the preseason. Fake Vans For Sale . That winning formula that carried San Francisco back to the Super Bowl last season for the first time in 18 years is on display again with the season opener two weeks away. Colin Kaepernick marched the offence with six straight completions during a series that ended with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Quinton Patton, and Aldon Smith and Justin Smith plowed through Minnesotas offensive line to make plays and hard-hitting tackles in the 49ers 34-14 exhibition victory over the Vikings on Sunday night. "Justin Smith had a burr in his saddle or something tonight," Harbaugh said. "He was Justin Smith." Sure, its only the preseason. And there were a lot of foolish penalties. Yet Kaepernick looks sharp, and the defence looks its usual stingy. Justin Smith ran over two would-be blockers to pound Toby Gerhart for a 4-yard loss midway through the first quarter, and sack man Aldon Smith recovered a fumble and put pressure on Christian Ponder. The new look in this one: flashy Lavelle Hawkins. Hawkins returned a kickoff 105 yards for a touchdown late in the second quarter, but he received two unsportsmanlike penalties in the process one for pointing the ball at a Vikings player before reaching the end zone and another for removing his helmet in celebration. Harbaugh chewed him out on the sideline, and Hawkins could be seen saying, "My fault." Yet Hawkins received another unsportsmanlike flag for head-butting linebacker Desmond Bishop after flipping the ball toward safety Mistral Raymond following a 22-yard catch in the fourth quarter. "Those things are not OK to have, especially for the team, I dont care if its the preseason. I apologized to the team and I apologized to Coach Harbaugh," Hawkins said. "I kind of let my emotions get ahold of me. I didnt think, to be honest, Id be flagged on those. I learned from it." There were a couple of other things Harbaugh didnt like Nick Moodys helmet-to-helmet hit on wideout Stephen Burton that resulted in an unnecessary roughness penalty in the third quarter, and a face mask by cornerback Perrish Cox on the same Minnesota scoring drive. After a week of long practices as the Vikings tried to get their stagnant offence on a roll, there were considerable strides. Ponder threw a pair of touchdown passes while playing three quarters. He connected on a 1-yard touchdown pass to Zach Line late in the first half for the quarterbacks first TD completion of the preseason, then threw an interception in Minnesotas final series before halftime. In the Vikings opening drive of the second half, Ponder hit Joe Webb with a 3-yard scoring pass. "That drive in the third quarter, we kind of got that experience of establishing some rhythm on offence," Ponder said. "We ended on a good note." Reigning NFL MVP Adrian Peterson didnt touch the ball in two snaps of action for Minnesota, making his preseason debut and first appearance in the exhibition schedule since 2011 as he begins a year in which he will try to become the first player with consecutive 2,000-yard rushing seasons. "It was definitely limited but I felt like it was kind of effective getting the play-action in," he said. "It is all about keeping your body in shape, doing the necessary things ... just making sure your body is ready to roll." Ponder went 17 of 23 for 116 yards, a step up after two unimpressive outings and a 28.3 passer rating in his first two exhibition games. This hardly looked like the Vikings group that handed the NFC champion Niners their first loss last fall, a 24-13 victory Sept. 23 in Minneapolis. On the third play of the game, Ponder fumbled and gave the 49ers the ball at the Vikings 11. Ahmad Brooks swiped the ball away and Aldon Smith recovered. San Francisco then went ahead on a 30-yard field goal by Phil Dawson, who added a 50-yarder before halftime. The 49ers saw a couple of new players for the first time in quarterback Seneca Wallace and wideout Jon Baldwin, not to mention a familiar face in backup running back Kendall Hunter. Returning from a torn Achilles tendon injury that ended his season in late November and required surgery, Hunter scampered 15 yards on his first carry since the injury. That first-quarter run gave San Francisco first down during the 49ers third series. Kaepernick began the game 1 for 7, then converted his next six pass attempts during that touchdown drive including four in a row of 10 or more yards. Vernon Davis caught back-to-back receptions of 10 and 11 yards, and Patton and Marlon Moore each had two receptions in the series. Notes: Rookie fourth-round draft pick Patton (broken finger) played for the first time. ... 49ers QB Colt McCoy went 11 for 15 for 109 yards a day after restructuring his contract. Harbaugh all but announced McCoy as Kaepernicks backup, saying, "I feel real good that Colts the backup." ... Vikings CB Chris Cook injured his groin in the first half and didnt return. DT Kevin Williams got his right knee tangled up with OL Joe Looney early in the third quarter a play the Vikings were considering sending to the league for review. ... 49ers RB LaMichael James injured an elbow. OLB Cam Johnson sustained a third-quarter shoulder injury and didnt return. ___ Fake Vans Toy Story .Y. -- Scott Chandler is returning to Buffalo, where he spent the past three seasons establishing himself as the Bills top pass-catching tight end. Fake Vans Free Shiping . Its the second straight year he has decided not to play as he cuts back his schedule. Stricker was replaced in the field by Ryo Ishikawa of Japan. http://www.fakevans.com/ . Authorities in Medina, Minn., released the details one day after Cunningham was jailed for another alleged incident with the woman he had been living with for the previous eight months. Cunningham had already been charged with felony domestic assault for allegedly choking the woman last week.TAMPA, Fla. -- The NFL Players Association wants to determine if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers leaked information about quarterback Josh Freeman being in the NFLs substance abuse program. NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said Tuesday, "We are sufficiently concerned about what weve heard to begin an investigation." Freeman said in a statement released by his agent late Monday that he voluntarily entered the substance-abuse program and submitted to random testing more than a year ago after he mistakenly took Ridalin instead of Adderall to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The Bucs benched the fifth-year pro last week after Freeman played poorly in the teams first three games, all losses. The quarterback believes someone within the Bucs organization leaked information about him being in the leagues drug testing program. Smith was in town Tuesday to meet with Tampa Bay players as part of a league-wide tour to discuss player benefits and other union matters. Meanwhile, coach Greg Schiano said he was "absolutely not" the source for an ESPN report that Freeman is in Stage I of the substance-abuse program. Freemans statement, released through agent Erik Burkhardt, said he has passed all 46 drug tests hes taken for the league since entering the program. The quarterback said he is "prescribed and permitted to take medication" to treat ADHD for the entirety of his NFL career and that he has never tested positive for "any illegal drugs or related substances." While Schiano said league rules dont permit him to comment on the situation, he did respond to questions about whether he was involved in leaking any information. "I really dont want to get into what Joshs thoughts are about how things got out. I know what Ive done, and Im 100 per cent comfortable with my behaviour," the coach said. "Certainly thats not what you want to happen at all. But, alluding to the accusations, I dont appreciate that either whhen someones accused of something thats not true," Schiano said. Fake Vans Shoes. . "At the end of the day, its not a good thing, and we need to just keep moving forward beyond it." Smith did not discuss specifics, either. "I will say this, we have a collective bargaining agreement that mandates and protects confidentiality and privacy." Smith said. "If we believe that any member of the team management or anyone from the league has deliberately taken steps to thwart that privacy and breach that confidentiality, this union will take every step and file every grievance and pursue any law to rectify that. "I appreciate the manner in which Josh has handled this personally because hes a good young man. But this issue is a bigger issue about whats right with respect to the relationship between player and management," Smith added. "And when those issues come to bear, this is a union that will stand up for its players." Freeman said random testing has been conducted at the Buccaneers training facility "because I spend all of my time there and I have nothing whatsoever to hide or be embarrassed about." The quarterback was declared inactive for last Sundays game against Arizona. He watched from a suite at Raymond James Stadium as rookie Mike Glennon made his pro debut during a 13-10 loss that dropped the Bucs to 0-4. "I think we are sufficiently concerned about what weve heard to begin an investigation. I believe that the league has the same interest that we have in trying to determine what happened," Smith said, adding that hes looking forward to working with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and other league officials on the matter. "Its also important for all of our players and the fans to know our system works if people abide by the rules," Smith said. "If we have a concern that the rules have been intentionally broken, then no one is going to be exempt from the consequences." ' ' '

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