Michael Crabtree scores 2 first-half touchdowns for fantasy owners

Ralph Freso

Those faithful fantasy owners that kept Michael Crabtree in their fantasy lineups all season long were rewarded on Monday night, as he caught two first-half touchdowns.

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree is off to a fast start in Monday night's game against the Arizona Cardinals. Through one half of action, Crabtree has piled up four catches for 42 yards and two touchdowns.

Crabtree has managed to get some breathing room against Patrick Peterson. The 49ers, meanwhile, took a 17-0 lead into the break after a dominant first half of play.

Fantasy Impact: Michael Crabtree has been an unspectacular fantasy option this season, consistently collecting subpar yardage and struggling to find the end zone. Coming into the game, Crabtree had 364 yards and one touchdown.

The 49ers' passing has been inconsistent this season, due to their reliance on the ground game. However, Crabtree gets plenty of targets.

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