Bay Area Tweet of the Day: Michael Crabtree Exudes Quiet Awesomeness

I don't know that you can come up with a more relevant Tweet than the one Michael Crabtree posted last night, following the San Francisco 49ers' utter beatdown of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It was a slaughter, ugly and perfect. Everybody was clicking, including Crabtree, who made a really great leaping catch, as he's become accustomed to doing, since quarterback Alex Smith seems to think he's ten feet tall and can catch anything, apparently. Sometimes it feels like he can catch anything, but that's beside the point. First, the tweet:

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48-3...
Oct 10 via Twitter for BlackBerry®FavoriteRetweetReply

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A thought occurs: he's likely just correcting a previous tweet, in which he said 43-3. The point is this: I don't care. I picture this team as no-nonsense, building confidence with every go, and ready to keep up the beatdowns. Calmly noting the score and moving on personifies that. Awesome.

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