After losing to the Colts at home on Sept. 22, the 49ers seemed to have misplaced their mojo.They'd suffered two straight losses under head coach Jim Harbaugh for the first time, and quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the running game and defense were all struggling."We ain't having no drives, making those big plays, too many three-and-outs (and) we're not getting in rhythm," said running back Frank Gore, after the 27-7 loss to Indianapolis, which followed by one week a big loss to the Seahawks.Two games later, however, and the Niners are starting to regain a bit of their swagger.Sunday night, in a nationally televised game against the Houston Texans at Candlestick Park, the 49ers pounded out a 34-3 victory 10 days after beating the Rams.In both victories, the Niners returned to their formula of the previous two seasons, using a punishing ground game and strong defense while seemingly getting away from emphasizing Kaepernick's electric athletic talents."I think for us we needed to get back to playing our style of football,"Kaepernick told columnist Tim Kawakami of the Bay Area News Group. "Hard-nosed football."Against the Texans, San Francisco ran the ball 36 times for 177 yards,...