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San Francisco 49ers: Top 5 Fantasy Football Options On Offense

Heading into the 2013 NFL Season the San Francisco 49ers offer a number of options for those who are playing fantasy football. Depending on the league settings, how deep the rosters are or if there's a spot to put a player on injured reserved, wide receiver Michael Crabtree is a player to avoid as he'll be out for much of the season after tearing his achilles during organized team activities in May. Last season the 49ers no.1 receiver caught 85 passes for 1,105
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49ers Wide Receiver Michael Crabtree Likely Out For Season With Torn Achilles

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree will likely miss the 2013 season after suffering a torn Achilles on Tuesday during organized team activities. Crabtree is coming off a career season in 2012 as he caught 85 passes for 1,105 yards, averaged 13 yards per reception, a long of 49 and a career high 172 yards receiving against the Arizona Cardinals. The loss of Crabtree means the 49ers do not have a no.1 receiver on the roster with the closest
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Reports: Ravens WR Anquan Boldin Traded To 49ers For 6th Round Pick

With wide receiver being one of the weakest positions for the San Francisco 49ers as Randy Moss is gone, Mario Manningham and Kyle Williams due to return from injuries, and A.J. Jenkins, a first round pick in 2012, who didn't catch a single pass last season,  the 49ers had to make a move to bring in a proven receiver on the roster. In yet another brilliant move by general manager Trent Baalke, the 49ers acquired Anquan Boldin from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a sixth round pick. The deal will get finalized when
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Super Bowl XLVII Reaction : Ravens CB Jimmy Smith, Niners WR Michael Crabtree And The Call That Wasn’t

NEW ORLEANS – In championship games, there are pivotal moments that are decided by officials down the stretch. Clearly, the officiating crew in Super Bowl XLVII didn’t get that memo. With 1:50 left and the Niners trailing the Baltimore Ravens 34-29 in Super Bowl XLVII, Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick would throw a endzone-fade route to wide receiver Michael Crabtree on fourth down and five from the Ravens five-yard line, who would be