49ers TE Delanie Walker caught three balls for 48 yards in Sunday's Super Bowl XLVII loss to the Ravens.
Walker's biggest catch came on a slot route deep down the left seam for a gain of 28 late in the first half, setting up a David Akers field goal. Walker also laid a critical block to spring Frank Gore for a six-yard touchdown run. The Niners' No. 2 tight end deserves credit for several special teams tackles, as well. An impending free agent, Walker's market would be a lot more attractive if he hadn't dropped so many balls this season.