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CB Jimmy Smith making San Francisco 49er fans real bitter!

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doesn't need to say anything else. what he said was straight to the point. he's got the championship. nothing else needs to be said. im sure we would be still griping about the same thing had we lost.

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49er fans take after their head coach. Get over it.

Love Jimmy's response though.

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Still think the bigger play was him lighting up Crabtree and forcing him to drop the ball after he had essentially caught it on Graham at the 2 yard line or so.  He doesn't do that and Gore/Kaepernick run that read option for a TD quite easily the next play.

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Isn't funny that the last 2 years have ended with a fade to Crabtree that went incomplete for them. Sherman is the last guy you try that on!!

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Jimmy could've sat on the ground and blew him a kiss and they'd still complain about interference, only by virtue of it being 4th down at the end of the game.

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Jimmy could've sat on the ground and blew him a kiss and they'd still complain about interference, only by virtue of it being 4th down at the end of the game.

 

No one talks about how jimmy was actually pushed first by crabtree.  Smh.   It was a good non call

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No one talks about how jimmy was actually pushed first by crabtree.  Smh.   It was a good non call

Crabtree himself didn't even seem to fight the call initially which told me a lot.  Usually a receiver will be the first to complain if they're getting pushed or interfered with.

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Still think the bigger play was him lighting up Crabtree and forcing him to drop the ball after he had essentially caught it on Graham at the 2 yard line or so.  He doesn't do that and Gore/Kaepernick run that read option for a TD quite easily the next play.

Or how about that ST tackle he had? He blew the dude UP. 

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No one talks about how jimmy was actually pushed first by crabtree.  Smh.   It was a good non call

For sure. crabtree definitely initiated the contact. Not sure why the majority of the nation failed to see that lol.

 

Enough with  that anyways, 49ers wont ever get over that play, and neither will I!

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Michael Crabtree is probably sitting on his couch right now thinking "why the hell does everyone hate ME?!?!"

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It all started on 3rd down in the superbowl.

 

(My personal favorite play in Ravens SB history)

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lol Crabtree is always playing like crap when the game is on the line...

 

Jimmy shut him down last year in SB and Sherman shut him down again in the NFCC; dude is born to be getting shut down by DBs...lol

 

I love how Jimmy's response to the 40whiners fans....

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Love it Jimmy! 49ers have more cry baby fans... so glad Sherman owned them again this year. Spoiled bandwagoners don't deserve a SB (no offense to the 49ers die hards, but let's be honest they have a lot of bandwagoners)

 

49ers are like the Miami Heat of the NFL, except they never actually win anything

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Also ppl are forgetting the pass was so far out of bounds that crabtree probably wouldn't have caught it. Still those last 2 plays did wonders for smith career

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Funny how their fans are an exact mirror of the coach and team. Terrible losers, and babies. For that, I will smear that game in their face for as long as I can

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No one talks about how jimmy was actually pushed first by crabtree.  Smh.   It was a good non call

Jimmy only held on to him to keep himself from falling down from illegal contact but all everybody sees is the hold. Lol. Whaaaa!!

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Jimmy only held on to him to keep himself from falling down from illegal contact but all everybody sees is the hold. Lol. Whaaaa!!

The way I saw it was Jimmy had Crabtree's jersey in his hands as they both stood there. Crabtree started to fade and Jimmy let go. Crabtree saw he wouldn't get there and tried to push off for the extra advantage.

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No one talks about how jimmy was actually pushed first by crabtree.  Smh.   It was a good non call

  I have to post this again- 

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The way I saw it was Jimmy had Crabtree's jersey in his hands as they both stood there. Crabtree started to fade and Jimmy let go. Crabtree saw he wouldn't get there and tried to push off for the extra advantage.

Crabtree initiated contact before doing his cut and after 5 yds. Illegal.

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You can even see jimmy just think about grabbing him with his right hand and at the last second pull away while at the same time getting his head pushed back by Crabtree

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  I have to post this again- 

 

Yup!  Thx for the post.   

Hopefully w/ any doubters that were a skeptic whether we deserved to be champions...this should prove it to everyone out there.

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Judging by that extremely slow replay; Even if Crabtree caught that ball (Which was impossible, there was no play on it to be made). Crabtree could've easily been called for offensive pass interference. You can't palm a DB's helmet like that to try to eliminate him from the play. 

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