Originally written on Players View  |  Last updated 10/30/14

ST. LOUIS - JANUARY 3: Michael Crabtree #15 of the San Francisco 49ers makes a catch during the game against the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome on January 3, 2010 in St. Louis, Missouri. The 49ers beat the Rams 28-6. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
The San Francisco 49ers did not win Super Bowl 47.  While there are a lot of players and coaches whining about it, wide receiver Michael Crabtree is not.   Please Click Here To Read This Story The post Michael Crabtree does not blame refs;players question playcalling appeared first on Players View Dot Net
4 Comments:
  • 2 problems with this article. 1. The ball WAS catchable. 2. Crabtree did not initiate contact.
  • Sure the ball was catchable, but he wouldn't have been in bounds had he caught it. It was a good no call because both players were guilty of crabbing and it's obvious in the replay.
  • Quit your whining about calls in the Super Bowl. **NEWSFLASH** - the refs weren't calling **** either way. I hope Frank grabbed his binky on his way out of the stadium for the plane ride home. Best case in point about the refs not calling anything against your boys...the hit on Flacco 5 YARDS out of bounds. And the final play that all you 40whiner fans are crying about (1) you get 5 yards to jamb the receiver at the line (2) Crabtree hand his left hand on the defenders helmet and was pushing off and finally (3) there was probably also defensive pass interference but as I've coached many players over the years "it's only a foul if it gets called, don't play cheap but if the ref isn't calling something use it until they do". BTW...it would've been a non-issue if your boys "Championship Caliber Defense"(apparently not) hadn't given away so many early points. You're right the RAVENS cheated and the refs were on the take. Whatever helps you sleep. BTW...was Crabtree supposed to alter physics and leap 15 feet into the air and then reverse direction while airborne and land inbounds?
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