First and goal from the Baltimore 7, I thought the Niners would pound the ball at the Ravens and run clock. After one run for 2 yards leading to the 2 minute warning, with three downs left to get the 5 more yards to get into the end zone, they could have taken the lead and left the Ravens with either 40 seconds left in the game or with two fewer timeouts. Instead, they ran three straight pass plays. Maybe they were trying to take the Ravens off guard, but it didn't work.
I also don't understand that bootleg play they run, and they ran it at least twice in the game. Crabtree is open right away though not in the end zone yet. Why not throw it to him right then and let him try to run the few yards into the end zone, rather than wait until after he runs into the end zone and the defensive man comes over on coverage?
1. Not bothering to show up until after the blackout
2. Playcalling during the final goalline sequence
3. The abysmal play of the secondary throughout