The play was a thing of beauty: Colin Kaepernick faked a handoff, set up deep behind the line of scrimmage and then fired a rocket of a pass deep for Vernon Davis, who reached out to snag the ball while in full stride.The 52-yard touchdown strike gave the 49ers a 17-0 lead late in the first half en route to a 33-14 49ers victory over Tampa Bay."It was a heck of a throw," 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters after the game. "We had really good protection on the play. But the way Vernon extended and ran that ball down, it looked like Willie Mays running down a fly ball to center field."MORE: 49ers Charge Toward Playoffs With Fourth Straight WinThis season, Davis, the 49ers' terrific tight end, has indeed been Mays-like, with new displays of prowess almost every week. He's hurdled over defenders, outrun defensive backs, made key third-down grabs and blocked with precision and power.Though the 49ers offense seems to have found its stride only recently, Davis has been consistent since the opening game. This season, Davis had 49 catches for 805 yards, 12 touchdowns and an average of 16.4 yards per catch, the highest of his eight-season pro career. Though the 49ers passing game...