San Francisco & Michael Crabtree

San Francisco , officially the City and County of San Francisco, is the financial, cultural, and transportation center of the San Francisco Bay Area, a region of 7.5 million people which includes San Jose and Oakland. Michael Alex Crabtree (born September 14, 1987) is an American football wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League (NFL). 5.0/5

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Michael Crabtree chatted briefly with the media following the San Francisco 49ers season finale win over the Arizona Cardinals. We take a look at his future and have a transcript of his comments.
Among the topics discussed were Colin Kaepernick's development, Michael Crabtree's battle with Richard Sherman and how San Francisco has been so strong on defense without Patrick Willis or NaVorro Bowman.
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Despite Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman calling San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree mediocre, there definitely wasn t anything mediocre about this play as Crabtree jukes out Sherman while leaving him in the dust! Watch this spectacular play as Ki...
Comparing the San Francisco 49ers to the Giants 1. FS Eric Reid is CF Gregor Blanco Quiet and unassuming, both are known for how they defend the deep middle of the field. 2. DB Jimmie Ward is 2B Joe Panik Two rookies counted on by their respective clubs to play like veterans. 3. LB Patrick Willis is C Buster Posey Leaders of their respective franchises and clutch performers. 4. G Alex Boone is RF Hunter Pence Intensity personified. Pre-game speeches are epic, too. 5. SS Antoine Bethea is 3B Pablo Sandoval Underrated defenders and heavy hitters who contribute to team success. 6. WR Michael Crabtree is 1B Brandon Belt Two impact performers who are back from injury to spark the offense. 7. WR Stevie Johnson is SS Brandon Crawford A pair of Bay Area athletes who are contributing to their hometown teams. 8. LB Dan Skuta is LF Travis Ishikawa Key performers who are filling in for injured starters. 9. QB Colin Kaepernick is P Madison Bumgarner Country hardball at its finest. Two accurate throwers with a ton of h ...
Results: Denver Broncos 34 San Francisco 49ers 0 Peyton Manning 12/14, 102yds, TD Brock Osweiler 10/13, 105yds, TD Zac Dysert 8/11, 63yds, TD CJ Anderson 9 Rush, 29yds, TD Ronnie Hillman 4 Rush, 19yds Demaryius Thomas 5 Rec, 37yds Julius Thomas 3 Rec, 35yds, TD Cody Lattimer 1 Rec, 33yds, TD Wes Welker 1 Rec, 15yds Peyton Manning is proving he gets better with age, he even ran a QB draw for one yard. Seriously though the Broncos look the early team to beat this season from what I can gather. This preview of the clash of the titans in week 7 didn't live up to expectations but will surely be more competitive in the regular season. Stevie Johnson and Michael Crabtree did not have a reception and Vernon Davis did not play. The 49ers secondary is struggling to find an identity and suffered a set back when the lost Antoine Bethea to a concussion. I have not seen enough of Colin Kaepernick to say whether he is improving or not, this week he was 5/9, 39yds. Denver'so secondary on the other hand had 2 interceptio ...
Without citing Richard Sherman by name, San Francisco receiver Michael Crabtree made it clear he's tired of the back-and-forth between the two. Find out what else the 49ers wideout had to say.
On Today's edition of To The Right...First off I want to say a very hearty thank you to all of those who have served, and those who are serving in our armed forces just as those heroic men did 70 years ago today on the beaches of Normandy. You are the reason why I am free and able to do stuff like this on a daily, so thank you. Second, and officially the first topic of the day, Richard Sherman wins the Madden NFL 15 cover. Okay so there are three groups of people who are happy about this. 1)Michael Crabtree, who's ego is so big that he gets his own group, and because he got owned by Sherman last season. 2)Every member of the San Francisco 49ers and their entire fanbase because now Seattle won't stand between them and home field in the playoffs this year, and 3)Everybody else in the NFL not named Richard Sherman. I mean hey, this Madden NFL cover thing can't be all bad if Peyton Hillis did it, right? And last but certainly not least, Rashad McCants has officially thrown Roy Williams and the entire Universi ...
49ers, Colin Kaepernick agree to 6-yr, $126 million deal with $61 million guaranteed Submitted by Dana Draper on June 4, 2014 - 4:49pm According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the San Francisco 49ers and quarterback Colin Kaepernick have agreed to a six year contract extension worth $126 million, with $61 million guaranteed through 2020. Kaepernick gets $21 million annually in new money and sets the new quarterback record for guaranteed money, surpassing Peyton Manning by $3 million. Kaepernick, a former second-round pick was entering the final year of his rookie deal. The team has been one of the most run-heavy teams, but after the arrival of Stevie Johnson, and Michael Crabtree healthy, it's expected the club wants to open up the passing offense more in 2014.
Yesterday, we looked at the biggest free agents the San Francisco 49ers are facing in 2015. While we discussed Colin Kaepernick , Michael Crabtree and Mike Iupati, that does leave a bit of an elephant in the room...
Rant Sports San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree Set For Breakout 2014 Season Rant Sports This upcoming season the 49ers have a lot of pressure on them to win a Super Bowl. It should be Super Bowl or bust in San Francisco, and No. 15 will have a lot do with the team's success. Kaepernick missed Crabtree for most of last season, and this ...
So im hearing Trade Rumors for my Cleveland Browns. trading first round picks for either of these 5 WR's Dez Bryant, Dallas Cowboys. or Demaryius Thomas, Denver Broncos. or Michael Crabtree, San Francisco 49ers. or Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons. or Andre Johnson, Houston Texans.
San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree has 22 career NFL touchdowns but there s nothing like the first one. Watch him make this diving catch at Lambeau field against the Green Bay Packers as he hauls in this 38-yard touchdown catch.
There is no question that San Francisco 49ers WR Anquan Boldin made the biggest free-agent splash in 2013 for the Niners. A true leader that provided a much needed lift with the absence of WR Michael Crabtree, Boldin quickly became QB Colin Kaepernick s security blanket for the majority of the seaso…
San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis is not attending the team's OTAs, a source confirmed to espn.com. Davis, who has two years left on the six-year, $42.7 million contract he signed in 2010, has been absent as he's seeking a new deal, according to a report by CSNBayArea.com. He is forfeiting a $200,000 workout bonus by not showing up. When asked about Davis' absence, Coach Jim Harbaugh told the media that workouts were voluntary. Davis was drafted sixth overall by the 49ers in 2006. He was a Pro Bowl selection last season after making 84 catches for 850 yards and 13 touchdowns. The 49ers' ability to re-sign or restructure Davis' deal could be hindered by their need to re-sign quarterback Colin Kaepernick and wide receiver Michael Crabtree, whose contracts are up at the end of the 2014 season.
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Many thought heading the San Francisco 49ers would trade way up in the first round of the draft to acquire a stud receiver. Events did not unfold that way but the 49ers receiving crew is now loaded. After trading a conditional 2015 fourth-round pick to Buffalo for veteran Stevie Johnson on Friday, the 49ers took South Carolina speedster Bruce Ellington with the sixth pick of the fourth round. Just as running back Carlos Hyde, center Marcus Martin and linebacker Chris Borland were Friday, Ellington was considered a high value choice. Some scouts thought he’d go in the second round. Ellington gives the 49ers blazing speed from a receiver, the one thing they appeared to be lacking. With Johnson, Michael Crabtree, Anquan Boldin and tight end Vernon Davis, the 49ers have plenty of veterans who will get open. Now, they can design packages to leverage Ellington’s speed. Second-year receiver Quinton Patton also came on strong late in the season. It now appears highly unlikely Brandon Ll ...
And there you go!!! The Niners just selected Bruce Ellington WR from South Carolina!!! Want to talk about weapons galore. Kap has no more excuses with all the weapons he now has in disposal. San Francisco 49ers new receiving corp -Anquan Boldin -Michael Crabtree -Stevie Johnson -Brandon Lloyd -Quinton Patton -Bruce Ellington
Seriously the Recieving core for the San Francisco 49ners is scary. Michael Crabtree, Anquan Boldin, Stevie Johnson, Brandon Lloyd, and Bruce Ellington? *** man lol
San Francisco 49ers acquire Stevie Johnson from Bills The Buffalo Bills moved quickly Friday to thin their crowded wide receiving corps. The San Francisco 49ers acquired receiver Stevie Johnson for a conditional 2015 fourth-round pick that could become a third-rounder, a source told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. ESPN first reported the news of the trade, and the Bills later confirmed the deal along with the Niners. Johnson is a good fit in San Francisco, which was searching for a third receiver to complement Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin. While Johnson doesn't have the blazing speed general manager Trent Baalke was looking for, his ability to run option routes should be a boon for quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The Bills had been shopping Johnson leading up to the draft. NFL Media's Albert Breer reported Friday that the Bills tried to deal him to Tampa Bay as part of the trade that brought Mike Williams to Buffalo. The Bills replaced their former No. 1 receiver's on-field production Thursday by trad ...
San Francisco getting Stevie Johnson that's scary! How do you cover him, Michael Crabtree Anquan Boldin, and Vernon Davis?!
San Francisco 49ers trade for Buffalo Bills WR Stevie Johnson for a conditional (3rd or 4th rounder) in 2015. Loaded at wideout now with Anquan Boldin & Michael Crabtree already there & Richard Sherman can only cover one of them.
Attention all San Francisco 49er fans : You need to watch the Mariners home opening ceremonies tonight. The Super Bowl champion Seahawks will be honored with many of the players taking part. Richard Sherman will be throwing out the 1st pitch. His jersey is one of the hottest items at the NFL Store. It is very similar to the one Michael Crabtree wore during the NFC Championship Game.
Toronto Sun Richard Sherman mocks Michael Crabtree with autograph signing SFGate (blog) Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman's game-clinching tip of the ball in the NFC Championship Game — and his subsequent TV rant about San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree — have already been etched into...
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This game is awful. I don't see how Seattle is dominating when they barely made it to the Super Bowl. They won in the last few seconds at Candlestick Park (their home field) vs San Francisco. Well, I'm pretty proud of my team now. Colin Kaepernick, Michael Crabtree, Vernon Davis, Alex Smith & Frank Gore did pretty good against them!
Richard Sherman and the death of sportsmanship Much of America’s senseless sports chatter leading up to the Super Bowl has centered around Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, which is pretty remarkable when you think about it. Sherman is among the best at his position and made a clutch defensive play at the key moment of last week’s NFC championship win over San Francisco, but no one really wants to talk about those elements of the game. The prevailing topic is sportsmanship, or lack thereof, and how Sherman fits into the “look at me” culture of the modern pro athlete, where individual motives and brand management supersede the sanctity of taking one for the team. Much of the hand-wringing stems from Sherman’s postgame interview with sideline reporter Erin Andrews, in which he denigrated 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree (whom he had deftly defended on the climactic play, leading to a Seattle interception) and shouted his greatness with unnerving emphasis into living rooms and bars across ...
( WORLDSWAGG ) Colin Kaepernick tossed aside political correctness and called Richard Sherman s behavior after Seattle beat San Francisco to advance to the Super Bowl ridiculous. Sherman broke up Kaepernick s pass intended for Michael Crabtree in the final seconds, leading to an interception by linebacker Malcolm Smith, which preserved the 23-17 Seahawks victory. Sherman ran over, tapped Crabtree on the backside and eventually made a choking gesture directed at Kaepernick. Then, in a postgame interview on Fox Sports, Sherman became even more heated. I m the best corner in the game! Sherman yelled. When you try me with a sorry receiver like Crabtree, that s the result you re gonna get. Don t you ever talk about me! Sherman then was asked who was talking about him. Crabtree, he said. Don t you open your mouth about the best, or I m gonna shut it for you real quick. To me, it was ridiculous, Kaepernick said of Sherman s rant. But if that s what you need to do to make yourself feel like a
So now we know at least one piece of the puzzle for this Richard Sherman controversy: What exactly the Seahawks cornerback said to San Francisco receiver Michael Crabtree after he patted him on the rear, leading to Crabtree pushing him … Continue reading →
DENVER -- When Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman took to the airwaves after Sunday's NFC Championship Game to give himself props and rip San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree, many people calle...
Well, that didn't take long. It's the morning after Seattle Seahawaks cornerback Richard Sherman went on seriously amped post-game rant against San Francisco 49ers Michael Crabtree, and already Rush Limbaugh is comparing him to President Barack Obama.
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America watched as Richard Sherman, a Compton, Calif., native who helped lead the Seattle Seahawks to their NFC title win against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, ranted about the Niners’ Michael Crabtree after the game to reporter Erin Andre
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree attempted to start a fight with Seattle Seahawks' CB Richard Sherman at a charity event last summer, according to Jerry Brewer of The Seattle …
After the Seattle Seahawks defeated the San Francisco 49ers in last night's NFC Championship Game, Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman delivered a fiery rant against 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree, as Fox Sports' unnerved-looking Erin Andrews stood by with her microphone. The outburst drew some...
When Richard Sherman gave Michael Crabtree a pat on the backside, got shoved in the face and made a choke sign toward the San Francisco bench, he was just getting warmed up.
The Super Bowl is set... Broncos vs. Seahawks... this after Denver beat New England and Seattle got past San Francisco yesterday but after the 49ers game Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman TORE INTO Niners' wide receiver Michael Crabtree. If you didn't see it, check it out. Was THAT poor sportsmanship or just a passionate player venting in the heat of the moment? What do you think?
Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman made a game-saving play with his hands in the Seahawks' 23-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers last night, but he made even bigger news with his mouth after the game. In a post-game interview, Sherman called 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree "sorry" and later went out of his way to call Crabtree "mediocre" during a press conference. Cornerbacks in the NFL often play with a little big of swagger, but were Sherman's statements over the line? Click here to read more:
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Anquan Boldin answers questions about his team's offense with receiver Michael Crabtree back in the lineup, as well as the trash talk that the Seattle Seahawks are known for.
– “[In previous seasons] he had to make 60 minutes of plays for his team every time out. This year he hasn’t had to do that; they have that great defense and now it’s been up to Cam to make those critical plays.” – Kurt Warner on Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton – “There are certain people that give other guys that confidence. Steve Smith helps Cam [Newton] with that.” – Michael Irvin on Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith – “When I look at him I see Cris Carter and he ended up in the Hall of Fame. If Michael Crabtree can have longevity, he can end up there as well.” – Sterling Sharpe on San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree
NFL Network Sunday January 12th 7am: Sunday Edition of NFL GameDay First Host: Melissa Stark Co-Host/Analyst: Sterling Sharpe Analysts: Shaun O’Hara, Brian Billick Featured on Sunday’s edition of NFL GameDay First: Highlights and analysis of Saturday’s Divisional Round games San Francisco 49ers vs. Carolina Panthers Will the Panthers defense be able to account for 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree? NFL GameDay First examines the evolution of the quarterback position through the play of Colin Kaepernick and Cam Newton Is 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s running ability based on his ability to read defenses or pure athleticism? Why Panthers quarterback Cam Newton doesn’t have to be Superman to defeat the 49ers San Diego Chargers vs. Denver Broncos What are the expectations for Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers? Will Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning overcome his problems of being “one-and-done” in the playoffs? Have the Chargers cracked the code to defending Peyton Manning? NFL Media ...
Jim Harbaugh -- Michael Crabtree of San Francisco 49ers best pass-catcher of all-time - ESPN
San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree stands out in frigid cold of Green Bay - San Jose Mercury via
San Francisco 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh would put life in Michael Crabtree's hands, calls him 'greatest catcher of all time'
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree racked up eight catches for 125 yards to help lead his team to a win over the Green Bay Packers on Wild Card Weekend.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree makes a nice play on this 31-yard pass from quarterback Colin Kaepernick on fourth down.  
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree stops by the Ubisoft offices to show some Boys and Girls Club kids how to do the "Crabshake" touchdown dan...
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Michael Crabtree is the biggest x-factor the San Francisco 49ers have when they faceoff against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
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WEEK 16 INJURY REPORT - San Francisco 49ers MILLER, we obviously, all know is out for the rest of the season due to a broken shoulder blade from last week's game. OUCH!!! That is gonna hurt us, but have faith our 9ers will make the necessary adjustments - just might take a few players to replace Bruce. Heal up nicely, Bruce!!! MISSED PRACTICE: Mario Manningham missed practice due to an illness. He's also been playing with a knee injury. Jonathan Goodwin and Justin Smith not injury related, they usually sit out the first practice of the week LIMITED PRACTICE: Frank Gore ankle and knee Mike Iupati knee (will he finally make his comeback or wait for playoffs?) Vance McDonald ankle Dan Skuta foot PRACTICED IN FULL: Michael Crabtree practiced in full despite injuring his left hand against the Bucs last Sunday. He's also been dealing with an ankle injury, but didn't seem to slow him down against the Bucs. Atlanta Falcons: MISSED PRACTICE: Darius Johnson - ankle Antone Smith - knee Sean Weatherspoon - knee ...
There is a chance the San Francisco 49ers will have their first-team offense available for the first time this season Sunday at Tampa Bay. Standout guard Mike Iupati was on the field for a walk-through practice Wednesday. 49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh said he expects Iupati, who suffered a sprained MCL in his knee Nov. 17 at New Orleans, to practice this week. If Iupati stays the course and plays, the 49ers will be at their healthiest of the season. He has been replaced by Adam Snyder. When Michael Crabtree made his season debut Dec. 1 against St. Louis, Iupati was out and left tackle Joe Staley left the game in the first quarter with a knee injury. Staley played Sunday against Seattle. Barring any unknown issues this week, 49ers' starting 11 offense could all be together at the team tried to clinch an NFC playoff berth Sunday.
A Michael Crabtree story. That is - the 49ers Crabtree. Since his contract negotiations his first year I thought he was kind of a jerk, but am upgrading my opinion of him. When he was at Texas Tech he would return to the practice field at night and set up small orange cones so he could practice his starts and stops and cuts. He was a star quarterback in high school before being converted into a receiver in college, and he was one of the best high school basketball players in Texas and offered a scholarship by Bob Knight. And that is the story of Michael Crabtree, who will be active this week for San Francisco.
sunday sports... Top 5 key Week 12 injuries With the last of the bye weeks upon us, teams are officially out of additional rest time - and judging by the Week 12 injury list, some rosters could use plenty more. The Minnesota Vikings will have a hobbled superstar in the lineup this week, while the Washington Redskins will be missing one of their top playmakers. And the San Francisco 49ers may be on the verge of getting back one of the key members of their NFC championship team from a season ago. Here's a look at five of the most important injuries heading into Week 12: Michael Crabtree, WR, San Francisco 49ers (PUP, Achilles) There's some thought that Crabtree might be activated from the physically-unable-to-perform list as early as this week after he made an appearance at practice on Thursday. The 49ers remain mum about a timetable for the standout wide receiver, who hasn't played all season after suffering an Achilles injury over the summer. It may be a stretch to expect him back Monday night - but Crabt ...
No more fumbles for 49ers release Kyle Williams ESPN : November 12, 2013 SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Kyle Williams' rocky tenure with the San Francisco 49ers is over. The 49ers on Tuesday made it official by releasing Williams, who had a history of key fumbles. "He has been released," Williams' agent, Wynn Silberman said. "We're looking forward to the opportunity to compete within the league somewhere this year. We're very appreciative of the San Francisco 49ers organization for the opportunity to contribute." Williams' release had been earlier reported by ESPN contributor Adam Caplan. In addition to releasing Williams, the Niners also waived rookie cornerback Perrish Cox and activated rookie linebacker Nick Moody. "Decisions like these are always difficult, especially at this time of year," said 49ers general manager Trent Baalke. "Kyle and Perrish have represented the 49ers organization very well, both on and off the field. We appreciate their dedication and contributions and wish them all the best." William ...
Colin Kaepernick 's best friend could become the Michael Crabtree replacement for the San Francisco 49ers . His name? Ricardo Lockette ...
Yes, the Michael Crabtree injury obviously hurts, but rumors of the San Francisco 49ers' demise have been greatly exaggerated. In fact, Adam Schein says Jim Harbaugh's team remains the NFL's best.
Madden and Kolsky reunite and catch up on Bryce Harper’s eventful week in SF, the Super Bowl in The Bay, the San Francisco 49ers' Michael Crabtree, the San Jose Sharks in the playoffs and more. Check out the BallCast!
Randy Moss left the San Francisco 49ers on good terms and is staying in shape. Might the team consider bringing him back in the wake of Michael Crabtree's Achilles tendon surgery?
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree tore his Achilles tendon during organized team activities Tuesday, a person informed of the injury told Ian Rapoport on Wednesday.
San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree credits trust factor for his success with Colin Kaepernick
Anquan Boldin Trade: What it Means for the Green Bay PackersJASON HIRSCHHORN 2 hours ago « PREVIOUS Apparently, Percy Harvin wasn’t the only player today told to “Go West, young man.” The world champion Baltimore Ravens sent Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers. In return, Baltimore receives a sixth round pick and valuable cap relief. By trading Boldin, the Ravens have carved an additional $6 million in space for the Joe Flacco mega deal from earlier this month and receive a draft pick (albeit a late one) for a player many thought would be released. In the short run, the ramifications for the 49ers are far more significant. With Boldin now in tow, the 49ers have another physical target to pair with Michael Crabtree for must-have downs and conversions. His arrival also allows San Francisco to better optimize Mario Manningham as the third receiver. In one move, San Francisco has remodeled its receiving corps to accommodate the needs and strengths of quarterback Colin Kaepernick. The Boldin trade ...
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St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher said the Baltimore Ravens' Jimmy Smith should have been called for pass interference on Michael Crabtree during the San Francisco 49ers' final offensive play of Super Bowl XLVII.
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith made the biggest play of life Sunday night, breaking up a Colin Kaepernick pass intended for San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree that essentially decided Super Bowl XLVII. Of course, whether Smith's coverage of Crabtree was legal is a matter of opinion. He thinks i was. The Niners -- including Coach Jim Harbaugh -- believe Smith should've been flagged for defensive holding or pass interference on the fourth-and-goal play from the Ravens' 5-yard line. What do you think?
Here is an interesting commentary from an article from Sports Illustrated about the officiating in the Superbowl. I didn't know that a Baltimore Cornerback shoved an official during a brawl and didn't even get penalized let alone ejected as per the rules. This whole garbage about "Ray Lewis going out with a championship" seems to have been taken to heart by the officials. The 49ers weren't the only ones in the Superdome who didn't look ready for the game's grandest stage for a good bit of the night. Referee Jerome Boger and his crew weren't in championship form either. I suppose the debate has to start with the dubious non-call on the game-deciding play: That 4th-and-5 incompletion by San Francisco on the Ravens 5 with 1:46 remaining, on which receiver Michael Crabtree appeared to be interfered with and/or held by Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith. There was an awful lot of contact on the play, and it seemed Smith had a piece of Crabtree's jersey at one point. It's a shame the game turned on that play, but .. ...
I had a fun time watching a wild Super Bowl last night. I couldn't believe that Baltimore almost lost after being up by 22 points. I literally thought San Francisco was done but the way they came back was incredible. Too bad about the controversial no-calls on Goal-to- go situations at the end of the game! I thought the side judge and lines judge were horrible pretty much the whole game. They let San Francisco get away with some defensive holding but end the end, it was Baltimore who wasn't called for it! Life's a gamble and sometimes you have to roll the dice! I wonder if that thought was going through Jimmy Smith's mind when he was wrapping his arms around Michael Crabtree's waist?
QB Colin Kaepernick rallies from slow start, nearly leads another 49ers comeback in Super Bowl 02-04-2013 01:36 AM MST |By JANIE McCAULEY, AP Sports Writer Enlarge This Image Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones (12) catches a 56-yard touchdown pass against San Francisco 49ers cornerback Tarell Brown (25) during the first half of the NFL the Super Bowl XLVII football game, Sunday, Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans. (AP Photo/Gene Puskar) New Orleans (Associated Press) -- Under pressure and off balance, Colin Kaepernick released a fourth-down throw into the end zone with the outcome of the Super Bowl hanging in the balance. Everyone in the Superdome could see that the ball wasn't caught as it sailed over Michael Crabtree. Enraged San Francisco Coach Jim Harbaugh argued for why: He thought Crabtree got held, bumped by cornerback Jimmy Smith with safety Ed Reed trailing the play. "There's no question in my mind that there was a pass interference and then a hold on Crabtree on the last one," Harbaugh said. ...
Anquan Boldin triumphantly raised both arms over his head, but this was no touchdown signal. Boldin’s reaction on the Baltimore Ravens’ sideline came after Colin Kaepernick’s fourth-down fade pass to Michael Crabtree with 1:46 left fell harmlessly to the turf, ending the San Francisco 49ers’ chance…
Blackout at the Superdome leads to a huge momentum shift in Super Bowl By Frank Schwab | Shutdown Corner But it's hard not to intertwine the blackout and the complete momentum changed that happened afterward. Although the 49ers' first play after the blackout was a failed third down conversion that led to a punt, San Francisco came back in a big way after that. A couple of stops by the defense helped. So did quarterback Colin Kaepernick heating up. He hit Michael Crabtree for a touchdown. After a short punt and a good return by Ted Ginn, Kaepernick's throw to Vernon Davis set up a touchdown run by Frank Gore. The 49ers scored two touchdowns in 2:21 to cut Baltimore's lead from 22 points to only eight points. From the time of the blackout to Gore's touchdown, the 49ers outgained the Ravens 106-16. Once again it was a close game. The 49ers got even closer after Ray Rice lost a fumble, and the Ravens had a running into the kicker penalty on a David Akers' missed field goal. Akers made the second attempt after ...
Sports Update at This Hour: Boston Celtics G Rajon Rondo (torn ACL) out for the remainder of the season. NFL News: The DA office will not press sexual assault charges against San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree.
From wikipedia: "Tom Crabtree is not related to Michael Crabtree of the San Francisco 49ers."... oh?viSSx2
      NFL Week Divisional Playoffs - THOUGHTS & OBSERVATIONS by Macdawg   1. The Conference Championship Games are now set for next Sunday. In the NFC Championship, the 49'ers will play the Falcons in Atlanta. That game should be a very close line, 1-2 points in favor of Atlanta. H'm, it came out as San Francisco a 3 1/2 point favorite, pardon the pun, but that seems out of line to me!   In the AFC Championship, it is a replay of last year's Championship Game, the Ravens playing the Patriots in Foxborough. I would guess the Patriots will be about a 7 1/2 point favorite. That's what it is, so I guess that's what it should be.   2. At the start of the season Gridders, I told you that things would not end favorably in Denver. It didn't, "Karma" will always get you! The underdog Ravens upset the highly favored Broncos in mile high Denver, in double overtime, 38-35!   John Elway, John Fox, and the entire Broncos braintrust got just what they deserved. At least last year, Tim Tebow led ...
Quarterback Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers made the Michael Crabtree doubtfuls finally see the WR's full potentials. The CK7 to MC15 connection will be the NFL's newest and most dangerous QB-WR tandem. This profile is created for all SF 49ers fans and for those who believe this pair will help bring forth the Lombardi Trophy back the the Bay Area. Please "like" the page tremendously!
This next week end will be very interesting, for sure. The AFC Championshil will be decided by the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens. The NFC Championship will be decided by the Atlanta Falcons and the San Francisco 49er's. Gary's picks: In a very close game, the Ravens will defeat the Patriots. In a rout, the San Francisco 49'ers will win big time over the Facons. In a squeaker, the Ravens will win the Superbowl - and remember, you heard it here first. How about those Cleveland Browns! I pick them to be in the AFC Wildcard Game in 2013-2014. Yeah, baby! My Cleveland Browns!
San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore and wide receiver Michael Crabtree both fined $10,500 for throwing footballs into the crowd after scoring touchdowns in the 27-13 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
When 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree and running back Frank Gore scored touchdowns on Sunday, they decided to throw the ball into the crowd and let a San Francisco fan get a souvenir. That was an expensive decision. The NFL has fined Crabtree and Gore $10,500 each for throwing the ball into the stands.--RF
“If Joe Flacco gets outplayed by Andrew Luck, what an indictment on him and the contract he is asking for.” – Marshall Faulk “As long as Michael Crabtree is playing, the San Francisco 49ers have a chance to win a Super Bowl. He is the key to making their offense go.” – Michael Irvin
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SF 41 PATS 34 Wheres the DEFENSE??? Tom Brady did everything but sell dogs!! This game was not for the faint of heart! If you survived the ups/downs and bad calls on phantom players - you saw a great comeback by TB and the boyz in the second half - but not great enough!! Shake it off - we're already in! See you in Miami! GO PATS REPOST: FOXBOROUGH — The Patriots clawed back from a four-touchdown hole against the 49ers on a cold and rainy Sunday night, but they could not complete their comeback. With white knuckles and clenched teeth, San Francisco clung to its lead as the Patriots posted score after score in the second half. Though the Niners never relinquished the lead, the Patriots tied the score with 6:43 left and seemed to have momentum fully on its side. But in one play — a 38-yard Colin Kaepernick to Michael Crabtree catch-and-run — San Francisco reclaimed the lead. This time its defense held firm, and the 49ers won, 41-34. They were able to leave Gillette Stadium as the first visiting team to ...
Jon Gruden: "Michael Crabtree continues to make great strides as a San Francisco 49er." Me: "Will you make great strides as the Tennessee head coach?"
The Rams play at San Francisco this afternoon.The 49ers are the class of the NFC West,and I doubt seriously that the Rams can pull off an upset.Alex Smith and Michael Crabtree have settled into the Jim Harbaugh system,and the ground game featuring Frank Gore from the U,and Oklahoma State's Kendall Hunter is one of the best in the NFL. Two Mizzou boys,Aldon Smith and Justin Smith,anchor a very good defense.
Jim Harbaugh says San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith should have the NFL record for highest completion percentage in a game, and the team has asked Elias Sports Bureau to review the play where Michael Crabtree was credited with a rushing attempt
Big win on Monday night for the San Francisco 49ers as Alex Smith threw for three touchdowns (two to Michael Crabtree, one to Randy Moss) in their 24-3 road beatdown of the Arizona Cardinals. The Niners lead the NFC West now by two games!
I need Frank Gore and Michael Crabtree to go ham, San Francisco's D to suck, but not give up any points to Larry Fitzgerald.
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree films the end of quarterback Alex Smith's media session with his phone.
Michael Crabtree of San Francisco 49ers celebrates as he scores their second touchdown during the NFL International Series match between Denver Broncos and San Francisco 49ers at Wembley Stadium on October 31, 2010 in London, England. This is the fourth occasion where a regular season NFL match ...
San Francisco 49ers set new offensive mark in blowout win over Buffalo Bills SAN FRANCISCO -- Joe Montana never did it. Neither did Steve Young or Y.A. Tittle. Even the architect of the West Coast offense, Bill Walsh, could only imagine such a massive mark. Of all the Hall of Fame quarterbacks and coaches in the history of the San Francisco 49ers , leave it to Alex Smith and Jim Harbaugh to set a new standard. Smith threw for a season-high 303 yards and three touchdowns, Frank Gore ran for 106 yards and a score, and the 49ers amassed a franchise-record 621 yards in blowing by the Buffalo Bills 45-3 on Sunday. San Francisco also became the first team in NFL history with 300 yards passing and 300 yards rushing. "Very cool," Smith said. "When you think of the 49ers , you think of great offense." Michael Crabtree (seven catches for 113 yards) and Vernon Davis (seven catches for 106 yards) each eclipsed the century mark to pull San Francisco (4-1) into a tie with Arizona for the NFC West lead. Even Randy Moss ...
just for my friend danny Peyton Manning made an enormous mistake not signing with the 49ers. It’s obvious Manning needs help. Jim Harbaugh can hide a quarterback with a weak arm. Alex Smith is exhibit A. Plus, the San Francisco defense, Frank Gore, Vernon Davis and Michael Crabtree give a weak-armed QB more places to hide.
Season Outlook: Ranked # 1 The San Francisco 49ers stay atop the power rankings after a second straight win against a 2011 playoff team. The Green Bay Packers couldn't move the ball against the 49ers defense, and neither could the Detroit Lions. Holding the powerful Lions offense to field goals just goes to show the sheer might of the San Francisco defense. If Green Bay and Detroit can't score on the 49ers, who can? What's more terrifying for opponents is that the San Francisco offense is much better this year. Michael Crabtree is playing like the Top 10 draft pick that he was, Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter are a dynamic duo at running back, and Vernon Davis provides the spark as a game-changing tight end. The 49ers might not go undefeated, but they are undoubtedly the team to beat right now.
Your birthday today? If so, you share it with the beautiful red-headed actress, Melissa Leo and San Francisco 49ers top wide receiver, Michael Crabtree!!
San Francisco wide receiver Michael Crabtree says he's getting the best of cornerback Carlos Rogers in practice.
The 49ers might have five No. 1 receivers, but they’re only going to start two of them. Coach Jim Harbaugh said Michael Crabtree and Ted Ginn would start tonight against the Vikings. For Crabtree, it will be his first preseason game appearance, and it means Randy Moss will be working off the bench, according to Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Mercury News: Alex Smith, Michael Crabtree ready to go for San Francisco 49ers in Friday's preseason opener
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Alex Smith: Crabtree is early star of OTAs - Michael Crabtree (WR) San Francisco 49ers
If Thursday’s practice at the 49ers headquarters served as any indication of Randy Moss ’ positive influence on former No. 10 overall pick Michael Crabtree , fans of this San Francisco franchise should be thoroughly encouraged...
Randy Moss, Michael Crabtree make it look easy at San Francisco 49ers workout [The Mercury News]
Jenkins originally planned to attend his graduation -- with Coach Jim Harbaugh's blessing -- but changed his mind. The wideout's agent, Jon Perzley, told the Bay Area News Group it was a "no brainer" to join his new teammates. "(Graduating) is certainly important. He busted his tail to graduate and he's getting that piece of paper no matter what," Purzley said, adding that contract talks won't hold back Jenkins: "He certainly won't miss training camp. A deal will get done." Out of the gate, a better experience for San Francisco than the early days of receiver Michael Crabtree, the team's first-round pick in 2009 who missed rookie training camp -- and four games of the 2009 season -- over a bitter contract standoff.
San Francisco 49ers have the best receiver group I've seen in awhile! Randy Moss, Michael Crabtree, AJ Jenkins, Mario Manningham, Ted Ginn
49ers-Saints, Nov. 25. San Francisco has circled the date. New Orleans has circled Michael Crabtree's ACL.
San Francisco receivers Kyle Williams, Michael Crabtree specifically targeted before playoff game last year in audio.
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