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Michael Crabtree is a 49er!

Originally posted by AkNiners:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by Rathman_44:
The only thing more corny than having to come up with nicknames for every player is being genuinely upset at others for doing it. Nickname - no nickname - who cares. Some people love it some don't what is the difference?

And PS: Michael "the deadliest catch" Crabtree wins hands down!

How is catching a football "deadly"?

Try catching a football anywhere near Patrick willis.

pfff... doesn't seem that bad
Originally posted by Afrikan:
Originally posted by AkNiners:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by Rathman_44:
The only thing more corny than having to come up with nicknames for every player is being genuinely upset at others for doing it. Nickname - no nickname - who cares. Some people love it some don't what is the difference?

And PS: Michael "the deadliest catch" Crabtree wins hands down!

How is catching a football "deadly"?

Try catching a football anywhere near Patrick willis.

pfff... doesn't seem that bad

Originally posted by Rathman_44:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by Rathman_44:
The only thing more corny than having to come up with nicknames for every player is being genuinely upset at others for doing it. Nickname - no nickname - who cares. Some people love it some don't what is the difference?

And PS: Michael "the deadliest catch" Crabtree wins hands down!

How is catching a football "deadly"?

The act of catching a football isn't all that deadly, until Michael Crabtree does it, then it becomes deadly.

I mean come on man nicknames are inherently goofy, and not literal. Jerome Bettis was not actually a bus. Deion Sanders did not always play in prime time. If I have to spell out why a guy named Crabtree playing WR being called "The Deadliest Catch" is funny then I guess we just share totally different senses of humor.


It's cause Stoneys a gay fish, that's why he doesn't get it
THEY ARE DELICIOUS AND I LOVE TO PUT THEM IN MY MOUTH
Originally posted by blacksailsmd:
THEY ARE DELICIOUS AND I LOVE TO PUT THEM IN MY MOUTH

that's what she said
Originally posted by Afrikan:
Originally posted by AkNiners:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by Rathman_44:
The only thing more corny than having to come up with nicknames for every player is being genuinely upset at others for doing it. Nickname - no nickname - who cares. Some people love it some don't what is the difference?

And PS: Michael "the deadliest catch" Crabtree wins hands down!

How is catching a football "deadly"?

Try catching a football anywhere near Patrick willis.

pfff... doesn't seem that bad

I saw that hit in my living room and all I could think was "Daaaaaayyyyyaaaa... whathehell, how did he get up from that(?)... ooooooooooh yeah now your brain catches up with your body"

Cause I'm pretty tough myself, but if Willis hit me like that I would have lost a couple of birthdays somewhere along the way.

~Ceadder
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His name should be "Crafty". Crafty sounds similar enough to Crabtree and it is s slick name for a receiver.

"And somehow Crafty managed to hold onto the ball...."
Originally posted by KasparHauser:
His name should be "Crafty". Crafty sounds similar enough to Crabtree and it is s slick name for a receiver.

"And somehow Crafty managed to hold onto the ball...."

crafty? he is not a tailor.
crafty, Deadliest catch?????

Originally posted by SFCH3DDERZ:
crafty, Deadliest catch?????


seriously... I would insert facepalm pic here, but I'm on my phone
Originally posted by cestmoi:
Originally posted by SFCH3DDERZ:
crafty, Deadliest catch?????


seriously... I would insert facepalm pic here, but I'm on my phone

here you go.
Originally posted by NolanHasAPlan:

LOL I just saw that store at valley fair mall last week.
  • KasparHauser
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Originally posted by NolanHasAPlan:
Originally posted by KasparHauser:
His name should be "Crafty". Crafty sounds similar enough to Crabtree and it is s slick name for a receiver.

"And somehow Crafty managed to hold onto the ball...."

crafty? he is not a tailor.

A tailor? Huh? Here is the definition:
craft⋅y
   /ˈkræfti, ˈkrɑf-/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [kraf-tee, krahf-] Show IPA
–adjective, craft⋅i⋅er, craft⋅i⋅est.
1. skillful in underhand or evil schemes; cunning; deceitful; sly.
2. Obsolete. skillful; ingenious; dexterous.
Originally posted by five1oh:

LOL WTF

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