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10/23/16 - WR Michael Crabtree finished the game with a team-high eight catches for 96 yards. He hauled in a 2-yard touchdown on a quick in-cutting route while working against CB Prince Amukamara to take a 20-6 lead.
Crabtree set up the score with an acrobatic 56-yard reception on third down three plays before. He was strong throughout the first half as the Jaguars deployed rookie cornerback Jalen Ramsey on Amari Cooper.
"Crabtree made some incredible plays today for us," coach Jack Del Rio said. "There was one early in the game on third down where the ball was out way before he turned his head around, and he made a tremendous play there for a third-down conversion. Throughout the game, he came up big for us, and I thought he played really, really well for us. Obviously, our quarterback is a good player. He did a good job for us hooking up with different receivers, but today (Derek) Carr to Crabtree was special."
10/18/16 - WR Michael Crabtree had season lows in both receptions (two) and yards (10).
10/13/16 - WR Michael Crabtree has a touchdown reception against Kansas City in his last two games.
10/09/16 - WR Michael Crabtree caught three passes for 47 yards and a touchdown, giving him five TD grabs on the season.
10/04/16 - WR Michael Crabtree continues to be one of the best decisions general manager Reggie McKenzie ever made in free agency, arriving with a one-year deal while not being pursued heavily after an on-and-off career with the 49ers.
Crabtree had his first three-touchdown game against Baltimore, and he earlier put away a win over New Orleans with a leaping catch of a two-point conversion.
"It's a different situation," Crabtree said. "Different coordinators, different quarterbacks. I'm most thankful to be in this position."
Crabtree has 26 receptions for 308 yards and four touchdowns, leading the Raiders in catches and touchdowns while 10 yards behind Amari Cooper (318) in receiving yards. He was rewarded with a contract extension last season.
"I promised him that if we work hard -- I didn't promise him catches, I didn't promise him touchdowns -- but I promised him that if we worked our tails off together that we could do something special," Crabtree said.