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“I Just See an Error Repeater Over the Years” is a blog post by a person who has been experiencing errors on their computer for many years. The author talks about how they fixed the problem and what they did to prevent it from happening again.
It’s easy to pick on Jimmy Garoppolo, the starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers. He was released by the New England Patriots, he’s frequently injured, he’s not (and never will be) a true elite NFL quarterback, and his own coach recently drafted his replacement. When Jimmy G is in the room, though, he wins games and silences his detractors, as he did Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals and ESPN commentator Tedy Bruschi.
On Sunday, ESPN commentator Tedy Bruschi thrashed San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
Tedy Bruschi and Jimmy Garoppolo (L-R) | Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images; Jevone Moore/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
Tedy Bruschi, a former linebacker, and Jimmy Garoppolo, a quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, both played for the New England Patriots. Bruschi, on the other hand, departed Foxborough six years before Garoppolo arrived.
About the NFL Sunday Countdown pregame program this week, Bruschi, who is now an NFL analyst for ESPN, had some views on his former franchise-mate, Jimmy G:
Jimmy Garoppolo is one of the players I’m keeping an eye on in this game. When I see Jimmy play, I understand why they traded three first-round selections to obtain Trey Lance with the third overall pick. Because I’ve seen a pattern of errors over time. Observing Jimmy doing the same thing again and over. You want the Niners to be a contender again, but Jimmy Garoppolo seems to be holding them back at times.
Jimmy Garoppolo, according to Tedy Bruschi
Bruschi explained why Garoppolo’s two interceptions in San Francisco’s defeat to the Seattle Seahawks last week were so terrible. He also lauded head coach Kyle Shanahan for using motion and the run game to mask “the problems of Jimmy Garoppolo,” as Randy Moss put it.
Coach Shanahan, by the way, is 29-13 with a Super Bowl appearance when Garoppolo is his starting quarterback and 7-28 when he isn’t.
When they were on the same team five years ago, we all knew Garoppolo wasn’t Tom Brady. He isn’t Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes, or even Mac Jones, as we now know.
To be sure, you don’t have to be “elite” to win a Super Bowl, as Joe Flacco demonstrated years ago. All you have to be is good enough to get the job done, and Garoppolo is exactly that. And he showed it against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
The 49ers and Garoppolo won another game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
As the 2021 season approaches, the San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals are both battling tooth and nail for a postseason position in their respective conferences.
Jimmy Garoppolo, Kyle Shanahan, and the 49ers seemed to be on the right track early in the game. The Niners seemed to be on their way to a walk-off victory with their two greatest offensive players, George Kittle and Deebo Samuels, both healthy and in the lineup.
Midway through the third quarter, San Francisco led 20-6 with to touchdowns from Samuel and Kittle, as well as three field goals from Robbie Gould. Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase scored back-to-back touchdowns to tie the game and force overtime.
The Bengals took control in overtime, hitting a field goal on their first drive. Tedy Bruschi’s whipping kid, on the other hand, showed up on a game-deciding drive and won the game 26-23.
The 49ers won when Jimmy G completed his final six throws in a row, including a 12-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Aiyuk. It improved the team’s record to 7-6 and gave them control of the NFC’s No. 6 playoff slot.
It was a terrific rebuttal to his detractors, and it might pave the way for another Super Bowl run for the 49ers.
In 2021, Jimmy G and the Niners have a chance to win the Super Bowl.
The 49ers still have two home games against their two weakest opponents on the schedule. So I ran over a million possibilities using the New York Times playoff computer.
For the Niners to miss, something horrible would have to happen. Just keep an eye on the home field. pic.twitter.com/q5VYKGpphs
December 13, 2021 — Dieter Kurtenbach (@dieter)
To reach the Super Bowl, Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers must first make the playoffs. It was a solid start to beat the Bengals. The remainder of the team’s schedule now favors the 49ers obtaining that slot.
San Francisco’s next three games are against the Atlanta Falcons, Tennessee Titans, and Houston Texans, respectively. All of these games are winnable. The Los Angeles Rams are the club the 49ers are pursuing — and a team Kyle Shanahan and company have owned for the previous several years.
If they make the playoffs, things may be looking better for the 49ers this season.
Two division rivals, the Rams and the Arizona Cardinals, are now among the five teams above them. Neither of them will scare or surprise the Niners. The Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers are also part of it. The 49ers’ powerful rushing offense and sturdy defense might pose difficulties for these two clubs.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers would be the most difficult opponent. If the season ended today, the 49ers would face the Buccaneers in the first round.
It would be an intriguing clash between Tom Brady, the king, and Jimmy G, the prince who never was. It wouldn’t be easy, but if Garoppolo and the Niners could overcome that obstacle, they’d be in line for another championship game visit.
Even Tedy Bruschi would have to eat his remarks if it happened.
Pro Football Reference provided all stats.
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