Let’s get to them…
Defensive backs like to use primetime games to showcase uniform style and Wright, along with
I would say temper expectations. It's true that Crabtree has had great success against the St. Louis Rams, but we don't know what to expect just yet. Let's not put too much pressure on the fifth-year wideout in his first game back. Crabtree doesn't have to do everything. The 49ers have
It would be great to see the "Crab Shake" in Crabree's first game back, but the fact that he's on the field competing is a great sign for the team. I'd imagine there will be a pitch count with Crabtree. Then again, he could be super human and play more and produce more than anyone expected.
The open receiver.
The great news is that both Crabtree and Quinton Patton both practiced in full on Wednesday. There's no official word on Patton's availability, but it looks like he'll be factoring into the team's plans in the coming weeks.
Sound like it would be made for pay-per-view.
I know he listens to rap before games. I do know the song played for him at Candlestick Park and that's "Gas Pedal" by Sage the Gemini.