No more Crabtree talk. McCloughan drafted him, not Baalke. Crabtree's always been a legit talent who has just come into form. His achilles injury is very unfortunate.
Nurturing WR's isn't the issue. Crabs, Kyle Williams and even Josh Morgan have proven that. Talent is talent. Austin Collie may be (and hopefully is) proving this as we speak. But have the Niners been bringing in legitimate talent? And by bringing in, I mean drafting guys who can get the job done and supplementing those picks with classy veterans. I say no, and as a result of this neglect, the WR corp is mediocre on an otherwise talented roster.
Many of you stay optimistic and "Trust in Harbaugh" (and Kaepernick for that matter), but a 16 game schedule exposes your weaknesses. I fear Jenkins is a bust, but this only opens the door for...who knows. All I'm saying is that I am questioning the evaluating of rookie WR's by our current FO. Hopefully I'm proven wrong.