Category: Michael Crabtree

Aldon Smith: “We All Know” Michael Crabtree was Held in Super Bowl XLVII

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013

Since he broke into the league in 2011, only one NFL player (Minnesota's Jared Allen) has more sacks than Aldon Smith, who has 33.5 of them during his time with the San Francisco 49ers. He's also been to a Super Bowl, where he fell short. But Smith, like most members ...

Jack Harbaugh Remains Neutral on Michael Crabtree No-Call, Felt Tension While Watching His Sons Coach Against Each Other

Monday, February 11th, 2013

Jack Harbaugh was the most talked about father on Super Bowl Sunday, and rightfully so after his two sons entered the big game coaching against each other. Jack wants to remain out of the spotlight. He also did his best to avoid answering questions that played favoritism to one of ...

Jimmy Smith Explains Why He Doesn’t Feel He Committed a Penalty Against Michael Crabtree Late in Super Bowl XLVII

Friday, February 8th, 2013

On paper, Jimmy Smith made the play that pretty much clinched Super Bowl XLVII. The Baltimore Ravens cornerback covered San Francisco 49ers receiver Michael Crabtree one-on-one on a fourth-down play late in the fourth quarter, and the pass from Colin Kaepernick fell incomplete to lock up the game for all ...

Jim Harbaugh: “A Penalty is a Penalty No Matter When it Occurs in a Game”

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Jim Harbaugh admits that he won't ever forget losing to his brother in Super Bowl XLVII, but the 49ers head coach also sounds as though he's still a little upset that a flag wasn't thrown on what appeared to be defensive pass interference on an end-zone throw to Michael Crabtree ...

Mike Pereira Says The Non-Pass Interference Call Would be a No-Call 10 Out of 10 Times

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

The San Francisco 49ers trailed for much of the night in Super Bowl 47. However, facing a 4th down and goal at the five-yard line, the Niners had a chance to take the lead, maybe even for good. San Fran threw a fade route to the corner of the end ...

Alex Smith Leads the San Francisco 49ers to the NFC West Crown

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

While Tim Tebow gets the distinction of a guy who just simply wins, other quarterbacks around the league are still getting labeled as game managers. Consider San Francisco's Alex Smith to be in that group, despite the fact that he's now led his team to the NFC West crown. The ...

Jim Harbaugh On Alex Smith: “We don’t know who our best player are yet. We’ll find out when we throw the balls out there.”

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Jim Harbaugh is the new sheriff in the City by the Bay and he looks to have his work cut out for him if the NFL lockout were to be lifted within the next month or so. There seems to be a feeling of optimism the last few days surrounding ...

The 5-8 49ers Remain In the Playoff Picture Heading Into A Pivotal Game Against San Diego

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

After losing the first five games of the season, the 49ers have managed to turn things around and have won five out of the last eight games.  For that reason, along with the fact their division is the worst in football, they are still in the middle of a divisional ...

Mike Singletary “I Wish I Could Change”

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

The schedule sets up really well for the San Francisco 49ers. Playing in the weakest division in the NFL and owning one of the top all around defenses in the league, San Francisco has a good chance to be favored in ten of the games it plays. That starts this ...

Mike Singletary Has The 49ers On The Cusp

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

For the first time in a long time, San Francisco 49er fans have something to be happy about - or at least reason to be hopeful. Head coach Mike Singletary has gradually built his team into a competitive group that might be ready to take it to the next level ...