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Rumor: Panthers, Titans, and Eagles Contact Michael Crabtree

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You want this thread to die...... Yet you continue to view it and comment on it.

Makes sense.

You're right..

Enjoy talking about bull poo..

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You're right..

Enjoy talking about bull poo..

You know you enjoyed it as well... Better than talking about we should've signed (insert name here).

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You want this thread to die...... Yet you continue to view it and comment on it.

Makes sense.

Because it's not going to die on it's own, someone has to murder it.

A few of us are trying because we know Bob's track record.

By the way, this isn't a shot at you. I understand you want to get views on your thread, I just don't think posting info from people who are notoriously known as liars is a good way to do so. It gets everyone's hopes up for absolutely nothing.

Now if this info turns out to be true I'll be happy to come back here and apologize.

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Because it's not going to die on it's own, someone has to murder it.

A few of us are trying because we know Bob's track record.

By the way, this isn't a shot at you. I understand you want to get views on your thread, I just don't think posting info from people who are notoriously known as liars is a good way to do so. It gets everyone's hopes up for absolutely nothing.

Now if this info turns out to be true I'll be happy to come back here and apologize.

I don't really give a fug about the views on thread to be honest. Slow news day, I saw something Panthers related (by a bad source or not). But there was also something on C S R that a guy that works with a relative of Crabtree said we offered him a contract (and this was before Bob tweeted this). I think it's BS as well but if there's a possibility of it happening I figured I'd post it here to talk about him potentially being a Panther. 

 

Just like supposedly Smitty just deleted this tweet off of his twitter (yes I'm pretty sure this is fake) 

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B_3YO4SUsAEyJ1w.jpg:large

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People have got to drop this "we need speeeeed!!" shtick. We don't need speed. What we need is talent. Something Moore lacks and Crabtree has.

Not that it matters either way because this is an Incarcerated Bob tweet so it's likely crap.

 

I totally agree with you but when you hear it from Gettleman you'll hear it from the masses. What I'm not sure of is whether or not it's a smokescreen or Gettleman is turning into Al Davis.

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Crabtree and KB would be a good tandem, with Olsen and even better, with Ted Ginn and Philly Brown in the mix, hell just send Ted Ginn and Philly on streak routes every play to tire out the the DB's LOL fug it

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That's not exactly the best endorsement of his abilities but alright.

As I said, we're signing a holdover and clearly in the market for another rookie WR, this year or next. I'd rather have somebody I can trust guarding the base while that happens. Moore is an experimental player with upside.

If we are going to spend Crabtree money on a WR. I would just prefer he had more speed. If we are going to add talent, at least add speed to the mix.

I like Crab, he does a lot of things well. Just wish he added speed to the roster. We would still need Ginn Jr. or Corey to stretch the D. You want speed in the slot, so that would be out. And he just isn't fast enough to play outside either. So in a way, Crab is more a luxury than a need.

He also tore his Achilles after 2012 during the offseason, so that might have something to do with it. A lot of SF fans say he hasn't been the same since then.

Most times it takes two years to fully recover from Achilles injuries. So if he is going to get back to full strength, this is the year for it. I just wish he had more speed. Unless he comes at close to vet minimum, he is just a pretty good possession receiver. And to me, not worth spending too much money on him.

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Crabs will end up in TB with Jameis.

Lol, I see what you did there.

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For a fair price he'd be a good addition. He's always been more of a number #2 receiver than a #1, so pairing him with Benjamin would likely suit him. But for the 49ers to let him walk, and for their fans and people in the media to think he's not been the same post injury, that speaks volumes and perhaps the team should pass on him and look to other options unless it's on a cheaper low risk contract.

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Which prison is this Bob guy in, and how does he get to tweet from there?

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If we are going to spend Crabtree money on a WR. I would just prefer he had more speed. If we are going to add talent, at least add speed to the mix.

I like Crab, he does a lot of things well. Just wish he added speed to the roster. We would still need Ginn Jr. or Corey to stretch the D. You want speed in the slot, so that would be out. And he just isn't fast enough to play outside either. So in a way, Crab is more a luxury than a need.

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Yeah man, you're totally right, Michael Crabtree has never played the X and has never put up big production from there , how could I have not known that. In fact let's just shut this thread down and draft the kid from the U, he runs really fast which is what you need to be successful at the nfl level, especially at the X where the majority of your routes are your 3, 4, 5, and 6 patterns

Man how could I have forgotten

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Don't want. Way overrated.

You want Bersin being the primary option in a playoff game again? Because that's what you're saying

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Which prison is this Bob guy in, and how does he get to tweet from there?

It's a nickname.

A more accurate one would be "Completely Unreliable Bob", but he probably wouldn't get as much attention with that.

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