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ESPN latest...Crabtree...the difference

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San Fran is 1-3 against the remaining NFC playoff teams? Only logical outcome: they're going to the Super Bowl.

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Crabtree has some moves but I'm hoping our front 7 destroys any kind of rhythm for Kaep thus negatating the effect of said crab filled tree.

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yep. he could give us fits. i don't think people are giving him enough credit for what he does on that offense.

 

there honestly just in denial. because we all wish we had him or a #1 WR similiar to him and im just being honest

 

fortunately kapernot is not brees

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Our secondary is our biggest weakness on defense, he will get his touches that's for sure. The key is limiting big plays, and capitalizing on turn overs when they present themselves.

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I love it.

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Crabtree will get his catches. But nothing explosive or game changing. I'm more worried about Vernon Davis. Either way, the x factor for me will be our offense. Bout time they stopped fuggin around started helping our D. Just give us 20 points(20 points from our offense and offense only), and it's a win.

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Are the 49ers with Crabtree all of a sudden a major powerhouse offense that our defense just can't possibly contain?

 

 

Are they better on offense than the Saints or Pats (With Gronk).?

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I think Crabtree will develop a major case of alligator arms after he catches a few over the middle and gets laid out by Mitchell repeatedly. I think you may see the more violent side of Mitchell in this game, probably a couple of 15 yarders as well. 

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Are the 49ers with Crabtree all of a sudden a major powerhouse offense that our defense just can't possibly contain?

 

 

Are they better on offense than the Saints or Pats (With Gronk).?

 

Kap holds them back a bit, but the 49ers do have two really good WR's, one of the best TE's in football (even if he gets injured a bit) and one of the better RB's in the league. Add to that they have an excellent run blocking OL and decent pass blocking OL.  If they had a better QB, they probably would have won the past two superbowls. 

 

 

That said, you get into Kap's face with pressure and hold contain on him and the explosiveness of the offense takes a huge hit. He get's rattled when you get in his face and cut off his scrambling lanes. 

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Kap holds them back a bit, but the 49ers do have two really good WR's, one of the best TE's in football (even if he gets injured a bit) and one of the better RB's in the league. Add to that they have an excellent run blocking OL and decent pass blocking OL.  If they had a better QB, they probably would have been in and won the past three superbowls. 

 

 

That said, you get into Kap's face with pressure and hold contain on him and the explosiveness of the offense takes a huge hit. He get's rattled when you get in his face and cut off his scrambling lanes. 

 

He holds them back a LOT.

 

 

He had AB and VD (for half the game) last time,  along with Gore.............  They did nothing against us.       We assaulted Kaep all game long  we gave him his worst game as a pro.          The only thing Crabtree is going to do is make him even more predictable.     He forces it to Crabtree a lot.   I believe we get a couple interceptions off him this week,  because he'll predictably try to force it to Crabtree every other passing play,  thinking that Crabtree is Megatron.

 

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