Michael Crabtree caught five balls for 109 yards and a touchdown as the 49ers lost Super Bowl XLVII to the Ravens.
Crabtree turned in a highly productive 2012 stretch run and subsequent postseason, racking up 20 catches for 285 yards and three touchdowns in three playoff games. Although he let Colin Kaepernick down in the Super Bowl by letting a perfectly placed third-quarter bomb bounce of his hands, Crabtree redeemed himself plays later by pinballing off two Ravens for a 31-yard touchdown, 15 yards of which came after the catch. Crabtree has developed into arguably the NFL's premier run-after-catch receiver, south of Minnesota. He'll be tough to rank outside the top-15 wideouts for 2013 fantasy drafts.