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There's no debating it now

Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
More then one

Glad Moss got to score a TD against his former team, was hoping he'd get at least one more in the 2nd half so the game wouldn't get so flipping close..but hey, what can you do?
I WANT THAT #2 SEED.
Kap is for real, cold ass weather, been there in December, damn cold. 4 TDs, the fumbles hurt because he is a shot gun mostly QB, and raining never helps. Sacks dont hurt as much as INTs, and every QB gets sacked, so whats the deal.

As for Crabs, extend him asap, I hope he stays, he seems like a shy kid, want to see him, mario and aj for the future.
I've always loved Crabs, probably cuz I jumped the gun a bit and bought his jersey right after he was drafted. Regardless, he is definitely a #1 receiver and that isn't up for debate because it's simply factual. He is the #1 receiver in every category for the 49ers. And if he was on a team that threw the ball more than 25 times a game he'd have even more opportunities to pad his stats. He does everything well, except for block, which I think he does great. Dude's legit.
I bought a Crabtree jersey the year he was drafted. Im glad i did.
Crabs showed some speed on that last TD..
132 yards away from finally having a thousand yard WR.
Crabs is still a weak #1. He's a great possession reciever but not so much of a downfield home run threat. He clutch but seldom spectacular.
Go ahead and make a rebuttal, I'm right and you're wrong!


CLUUUUUUUUUUUUTCH
Originally posted by Olejohnnyboy:
Go ahead and make a rebuttal, I'm right and you're wrong!

Good for you.

What kind of cookie would you like?
so excited about Crabtree and all our receivers. James is a great asset. This is what Kaep can do that Alex couldn't fully--is max the potential of our playmakers.
Originally posted by captveg:
Originally posted by Leathaface:
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Crabtree has always been legit. Now he finally has a chance to show what he can do.

This. The guy runs great routes and is amazing after the catch. He just finally has a system/QB that utilizes him.

4TDs from Smith in Smith's last 5 qtrs. Can we stop with the QB talk? Crabs has been ballin' regardless of who's throwing it.

Actually three
Originally posted by Olejohnnyboy:
Crabs is still a weak #1. He's a great possession reciever but not so much of a downfield home run threat. He clutch but seldom spectacular.

ill take clutch over spectacular any day of the week.
Crabtree has taken that next step for sure this year. So proud of him, the work ethic caught up with the talent, and now you see the results catching up with the potential. I think that the emergence of kap has a lot to do with it too. Crabtree is clearly a guy who plays his best when he is having fun out there, and you cant deny that the Kap offense is a lot more fun to play in.