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49ers Crabtree suffers torn achilles

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Maybe I'm different then some guys here but this is great news. Hopefully this trend continues. First Irvin now Crabtree. Key players for teams we play against. I want to win

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well it's a good thing they took their WR corps seriously and picked up boldin and drafted patton.

 

you never know when one of the WRs you depend on is going to go down.

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Meh, they will have somebody step up.

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This belongs in the other thread

We all know his feelings, he's just beating a dead horse at this point

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hate to see anyone get hurt...but it happens!  I'm sure I care about as much as the average 9er fan would care if any Seahawk player got hurt!!!  yup....about zero!

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well it's a good thing they took their WR corps seriously and picked up boldin and drafted patton.

 

you never know when one of the WRs you depend on is going to go down.

 

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Crabtree was my best waiver wire pickup half way through my FF season, won me a few games. Oh well injuries happen, thats why its hard to stay on top.

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Them picking up Boldin is looking real good now; not to mention the drafting of Patton.  They'll be ok.  I now see Patton putting up some big numbers this year.  

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Supposedly it wasn't a rupture so he might be able to return by the end of the season.

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Sucks to hear someone got hurt, but the 49ers still have plenty of talent on that offense.

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