• 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree powers through Ravens secondary for 31-yard touchdown

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Feb 4, 2013
    Michael Crabtree scores on a 31-yard touchdowns "That's what I do," Crabtree said. As has been the case throughout the 2012 regular and postseason, wide receiver Michael Crabtree stepped up to provide it. Crabtree has four receptions for 85 yards on the night, giving him 19 receptions for 261 yards and now has three touchdowns in the 49ers' three playoff games. With the Baltimore Ravens storming out to a 28-6 lead over the San Francisco 49ers when Jacoby Jones returned the opening kick of the third quarter 108 yards for a touchdown, the NFC champions were in need of a big play. It was part of a striking transformation in the relationship between quarterback and tight end, whose struggle to develop chemistry became a well-documented story late in the regular season.
    Source: yahoo.com
    • Jim Harbaugh criticizes non-call on Crabtree

      San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh criticized the officials for what he believed was a pivotal non-call in the final minutes of his team's Super Bowl loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • 49ers' Crabtree, Davis had big games

      49ers' Crabtree, Davis had big games Remember when the 49ers were so careful and cautious on offense, dinking and dunking their way downfield this season? Davis caught only six passes over the final six games, and then had just one catch in the division…
      Source: sfgate.com
  • Michael Crabtree: I’m not going to blame the refs

    After the end of the 49ers’ 34-31 loss to the Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII, their coach Jim Harbaugh started his press conference by saying he believed that the team should have gotten a fresh set of downs at the end of the fourth quarter because wide rec

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