What has Crabtree ever done to be considered among the league’s best wideouts? I ask that knowing the answer — nothing. After being drafted 10th overall in the 2009 NFL Draft, he was a training camp holdout and took a solid two seasons to really find his legs. He caught 72 balls last season but wasn’t a legitimate receiving threat that teams lost sleep over. He still isn’t. Look for his production to go down with the additions of Mario Manningham and Randy Moss to the lineup. - Peter Schrager
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