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ESPN latest...Crabtree...the difference

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http://espn.go.com/nfl/playoffs/2013/story/_/id/10250880/nfl-playoffs-2013-michael-crabtree-difference

 

But there is one undeniable truth that revealed itself over the weekend: A healthy Crabtree is the answer the 49ers needed to make a return trip to the Super Bowl. Their path will be arduous, sure. The three remaining teams in San Francisco's path to Super Bowl XLVIII all beat the Niners in the regular season. But I believe San Francisco can beat Carolina this weekend and can beat either New Orleans or Seattle in the NFC Championship Game.

I believe Harbaugh and the Niners will be playing four Sundays from now.

Crabtree is that much of a difference-maker. He is that special.

Harbaugh obviously believes it too.

Crabtree makes the entire offense better. He makes it more multiple. Now, San Francisco can attack the entire width and depth of the field. The 49ers can attack all three levels vertically.

 

 

So, was this guy playing against the Packers (weak D)?  And doesn't Kap have to be able to get him the ball?

 

Panthers got this.

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I'm so tired of hearing about this.

 

Santonio Holmes this guy.

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I was also watching NFL network talk about the game. They opened with San Francisco and the panthers and immediately began talking about Seattle and San Francisco playing. It's really pathetic and sad when Heath Evans is the voice of reason. He spoke of how weak the Packers defense was.

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He's the best. Unstoppable. This won't even be close.

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Crabtree makes the entire offense better. He makes it more multiple. Now, San Francisco can attack the entire width and depth of the field. The 49ers can attack all three levels vertically.

Not when their offense is horizontal

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Good. I like them all forgetting about us. Will make for sweetness come Sunday evening.

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The worst part about this week will be the national media picking the 49ers to win the game. They'll come up with dozens of different reasons why. If GB had won, then they'd be coming up with reasons why GB would win. Sick of it.

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All hail the 49ers!!! All hail the anointed ones for we are not worthy! CK is the greatest Qb of all time (by Jaws), Crabs the all greatest catcher (by their coach), and who am I kidding, I feel like the Panthers are ready to silent the nah-sayers including some on this board.

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The worst part about this week will be the national media picking the 49ers to win the game. They'll come up with dozens of different reasons why. If GB had won, then they'd be coming up with reasons why GB would win. Sick of it.

I love it.

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