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Crabtree has a foot injury...

If MC doesn't play in preseason, I hope the Niners don't start him against Seattle.
I'd have Crabtree come in as slot or 4th receiver during the first two games of the season if he hasnt taken the field during preseason.
They are gonna start Whoever gives us the best chance at winning, Crabtree/Edwards/Morgan > Edwards/Morgan/Crabs or Ginn. I hope and pray he starts alongside Edwards week one even if he plays no pre-season.
Originally posted by ace49ers:
I'd have Crabtree come in as slot or 4th receiver during the first two games of the season if he hasnt taken the field during preseason.
That might be wise. With no training camp, no built chemistry and timing with Alex Smith in the new system, and lack of game shape, he could make some preventable blunders. That could turn into some unaffordable season altering errors. Until he has sufficient time and execution with the offense, outperforms the determined starters, and proves that he is not prone to significant lapses, it may be wise to use him sparingly. Since Braylon Edwards seems to be closing in on the #1/primary receiver position and Morgan has also shown to be effective, Crabtree may have to display higher merit to supplant either one.
He'll tip passes and leak playbook plays to the Cowboys,Jets and anyone else Texas.

Originally posted by TonyStarks:
He'll tip passes and leak playbook plays to the Cowboys,Jets and anyone else Texas.



The Jets moved to Texas? Wow! Didn't see that in any of the media outlets, congrats on the scoop!
Originally posted by 49ersNoKaOi:
They are gonna start Whoever gives us the best chance at winning, Crabtree/Edwards/Morgan > Edwards/Morgan/Crabs or Ginn. I hope and pray he starts alongside Edwards week one even if he plays no pre-season.

I don't think I want to see a nightmare like the game last season again. The offensive implosion started with a Smith interception because Crabtree ran the wrong route on a timing pass.
Michael Crabtree WR SF
San Francisco 49ers
Michael Crabtree anticipates his left foot injury affecting him all season.
Crabtree's foot hasn't fully healed since his last surgery. He'll try to play through it, but "if the pain becomes unbearable, like it was on Sunday, he'll remove himself from the game." Crabtree played 16 snaps in Week 1, compared to Josh Morgan's 36 and Braylon Edwards' 33. Crabtree is barely worth a fantasy roster spot.


http://www.fleaflicker.com/nfl/news-item?newsId=6657
Damn
Originally posted by Chief:
Michael Crabtree WR SF
San Francisco 49ers
Michael Crabtree anticipates his left foot injury affecting him all season.
Crabtree's foot hasn't fully healed since his last surgery. He'll try to play through it, but "if the pain becomes unbearable, like it was on Sunday, he'll remove himself from the game." Crabtree played 16 snaps in Week 1, compared to Josh Morgan's 36 and Braylon Edwards' 33. Crabtree is barely worth a fantasy roster spot.


http://www.fleaflicker.com/nfl/news-item?newsId=6657



God DAMNIT! *kicks a puppy*

seriously, this is starting to really concern me. A) why is he still in pain? B) he shouldn't play at all if he can't last a whole game or be counted on to make plays. Deactivate him and put Kyle Williams on the active roster to at least get a healthy body in there for f**ks sake.
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by Chief:
Michael Crabtree WR SF
San Francisco 49ers
Michael Crabtree anticipates his left foot injury affecting him all season.
Crabtree's foot hasn't fully healed since his last surgery. He'll try to play through it, but "if the pain becomes unbearable, like it was on Sunday, he'll remove himself from the game." Crabtree played 16 snaps in Week 1, compared to Josh Morgan's 36 and Braylon Edwards' 33. Crabtree is barely worth a fantasy roster spot.


http://www.fleaflicker.com/nfl/news-item?newsId=6657



God DAMNIT! *kicks a puppy*

seriously, this is starting to really concern me. A) why is he still in pain? B) he shouldn't play at all if he can't last a whole game or be counted on to make plays. Deactivate him and put Kyle Williams on the active roster to at least get a healthy body in there for f**ks sake.

Read the blurb. Crabs never says that. The author is guessing. He could heal or he could not.
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by Chief:
Michael Crabtree WR SF
San Francisco 49ers
Michael Crabtree anticipates his left foot injury affecting him all season.
Crabtree's foot hasn't fully healed since his last surgery. He'll try to play through it, but "if the pain becomes unbearable, like it was on Sunday, he'll remove himself from the game." Crabtree played 16 snaps in Week 1, compared to Josh Morgan's 36 and Braylon Edwards' 33. Crabtree is barely worth a fantasy roster spot.


http://www.fleaflicker.com/nfl/news-item?newsId=6657



God DAMNIT! *kicks a puppy*

seriously, this is starting to really concern me. A) why is he still in pain? B) he shouldn't play at all if he can't last a whole game or be counted on to make plays. Deactivate him and put Kyle Williams on the active roster to at least get a healthy body in there for f**ks sake.

Read the blurb. Crabs never says that. The author is guessing. He could heal or he could not.

well, I can't un-kick that puppy so I might as well not read it and continue making immediate and emotional reactions to snippets of half-information.
Man..it's always something. Just our luck.
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Originally posted by HessianDud:
Originally posted by Chief:
Michael Crabtree WR SF
San Francisco 49ers
Michael Crabtree anticipates his left foot injury affecting him all season.
Crabtree's foot hasn't fully healed since his last surgery. He'll try to play through it, but "if the pain becomes unbearable, like it was on Sunday, he'll remove himself from the game." Crabtree played 16 snaps in Week 1, compared to Josh Morgan's 36 and Braylon Edwards' 33. Crabtree is barely worth a fantasy roster spot.


http://www.fleaflicker.com/nfl/news-item?newsId=6657



God DAMNIT! *kicks a puppy*

seriously, this is starting to really concern me. A) why is he still in pain? B) he shouldn't play at all if he can't last a whole game or be counted on to make plays. Deactivate him and put Kyle Williams on the active roster to at least get a healthy body in there for f**ks sake.

Read the blurb. Crabs never says that. The author is guessing. He could heal or he could not.

well, I can't un-kick that puppy so I might as well not read it and continue making immediate and emotional reactions to snippets of half-information.

but seriously, i am concerned. maybe it was just soreness and rust and maybe he's not completely conditioned yet, etc, and so he'll be fine later on, but it is really hurting bad enough that he's limping around, that's troubling, no? also, if it does still hurt, I would seriously rather have him deactivated for a week or two while he gets into shape and gets right, rather than have him as one of four active receivers when he can't play.
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