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2022 2437 16 4 33 2 19017.3
2021 3810 20 12 51 3 26717.8
2020 1096 7 5 25 7712.8
3y Avg. 2961 18 10 46 1 21217.7
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Run in Bay Area likely over

    Head coach Kyle Shanahan said Wednesday that he doesn't expect Garoppolo (foot) to be a member of the 49ers for the 2023 season, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. It's been a whirlwind year for Garoppolo, who was shopped last offseason with the 49ers set to move on to 2021 first-round pick Trey Lance under center. However, Garoppolo's health was in limbo due to his recovery from surgery on his right throwing shoulder, and he eventually remained with the team after interested organizations settled their respective quarterback situations. When Lance suffered a season-ending right ankle injury Week 2, Garoppolo was pressed into action and held on to the starting role until he suffered a broken left foot Week 13, which allowed for the emergence of seventh-round rookie Brock Purdy (elbow). While both Lance and Purdy enter this offseason with health concerns, San Francisco's brass is comfortable with the pair moving forward, meaning Garoppolo will be allowed to test free agency once March arrives.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Super Bowl return still possible

    Garoppolo (foot) has already been ruled out for Sunday's NFC Championship Game, but the quarterback left the possibility open of returning for the Super Bowl if the 49ers advance, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Garoppolo's rehabilitation from a broken foot has been progressing well -- despite his unavailability for Sunday's tilt against the Eagles -- with the quarterback's only limitation being his ability to sprint at full speed. The veteran signal-caller will need the 49ers to advance past Philadelphia on Sunday in addition to his foot fully healing before Feb. 12 for him to suit up again this season. If that scenario unfolds and Garoppolo is good to go for the Super Bowl, he would likely be the backup to Brock Purdy given the latter's success this postseason.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Not returning Sunday

    Garoppolo (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's NFC Championship Game at Philadelphia, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Garoppolo had a small chance to gain clearance for this contest after suffering a fracture in his left foot Week 13. However, he underwent an X-ray on Tuesday and proceeded to sit out all three practices ahead of Sunday's contest. The 49ers thus will need to advance to the Super Bowl for Garoppolo to have a chance to be active again this season. In the meantime, seventh-round rookie Brock Purdy will continue to lead San Francisco's offense, with Josh Johnson backing him up.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Not expected to practice this week

    Head coach Kyle Shanahan said Wednesday that Garoppolo (foot) isn't expected to practice ahead of Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Garoppolo underwent an X-ray on Tuesday, and while the results of the test remain unclear, the veteran quarterback looks like he'll still need some more time to heal before being cleared for game action. Though reports earlier in the week suggested Garoppolo was making great strides and would have a chance to be the backup behind Brock Purdy against the Eagles, the former appears set to remain sidelined for at least one more week with his broken left foot. In the meantime, Josh Johnson should continue operating as the No. 2 quarterback behind Purdy, who will attempt to move past a lackluster performance against Dallas in the divisional round.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Set for more tests Tuesday

    San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan said Garoppolo will have an X-ray on his injured foot Tuesday, Eric Williams of FoxSports.com reports. Garoppolo broke his left foot Week 13 and appears to be in the final stages of rehab, as he resumed work on a side field during practice in advance of the divisional-round matchup against Dallas. The veteran quarterback will undergo another test Tuesday to confirm his progress, but Shanahan added that he'd be very surprised if Garoppolo was cleared for Sunday's NFC Championship Game. Meanwhile, Brock Purdy will continue to lead the 49ers offense, while Josh Johnson operates as the backup, but if the 49ers defeat the Eagles, Garoppolo may be able to serve as the No. 2 quarterback in a potential Super Bowl matchup, per Matt Barrows of The Athletic.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Not returning Sunday

    Garoppolo (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's divisional-round contest against the Cowboys, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Having said that, coach Kyle Shanahan told David Lombardi of The Athletic on Friday that Garoppolo was able to resume working out on the side at practice this week, while adding there's an "outside chance" the quarterback is active if the 49ers advance to the NFC Championship Game. Garoppolo has entered the late stages of his recovery from a broken left foot that he sustained Week 13 against the Dolphins, which has caused him to miss the last six games. In the meantime, San Francisco's offense will continue to be directed by Brock Purdy, with Josh Johnson backing up the rookie seventh-round pick.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Could be back late in playoffs

    San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan said Friday that Garoppolo (foot) remains on track to be available late in the playoffs, if the 49ers are still alive, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Based on Shanahan's comments, a return in the NFC Championship Game or the Super Bowl would seem to be a realistic outcome for Garoppolo, who has recently been cleared to resume putting some weight on the left foot he fractured Dec. 4. Because he was able to avoid surgery to address the injury, Garoppolo has a chance to play again in the postseason, though given the length of his layoff in addition to how well rookie veteran Brock Purdy has performed in his stead, the 31-year-old veteran may not be guaranteed to get his job back once he's medically cleared. Even if that's the case, having a battle-tested quarterback like Garoppolo available off the bench in a high-pressure playoff setting would still be a welcome development for the Niners.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Cast removed

    Garoppolo (foot) has had his cast removed and now will be in a walking boot for at least the next week, Fox's Jay Glazer reported on Saturday's pregame show. The Niners will examine Garoppolo again after he can shed the walking boot, with the hope that he can play in the playoffs. It's not a lock that he'll replace Brock Purdy even if healthy, but the team would like to have that option.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Unlikely to return for playoffs

    San Francisco head coach Kyle Shanahan said Wednesday that he isn't optimistic about Garoppolo (foot) returning during the playoffs, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. The 49ers are in good position to qualify for the postseason even with backup Brock Purdy taking over at quarterback, but the team doesn't seem as though it'll be counting on Garoppolo, who only has an "outside chance" to be ready to go by late January, according to Shanahan. The good news for Garoppolo is that he avoided a Lisfranc injury and ligament damage after exiting early in Sunday's win over the Dolphins, though his recovery from a broken foot is expected to take around two months despite not requiring surgery to address the injury. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Tuesday that Garoppolo might be able to return in 7-to-8 weeks if all goes well, which would line up with a return for the divisional round or NFC Championship Game. Making a deep run in the playoffs won't be an easy task now that the Niners are down to their third starting quarterback of the season.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Avoiding foot surgery

    Garoppolo won't need surgery on his broken left foot, which has been confirmed to not be a Lisfranc injury, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. If his recovery goes well, Garoppolo may be able to return in 7-to-8 weeks. This is the first indication that Garoppolo isn't out for the season and instead could be a candidate to be available for the 49ers at some point in the playoffs. The divisional round of the playoffs lines up with the seven-week mark reported by Schefter, but as long as Garoppolo is in recovery mode, rookie seventh-round pick Brock Purdy will be San Francisco's starting quarterback, with Josh Johnson backing him up after the team signed him off the Broncos' practice squad.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Good to go

    Garoppolo (knee) is practicing without limitations Wednesday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Listed as full participant to start the week, Garoppolo will make the start this Sunday against Miami in a game that should be a higher-scoring one than the 49ers' norm. The big injury question for San Francisco this week is at running back, where Elijah Mitchell (knee) is out for the next couple months and Christian McCaffrey (knee) is uncertain to play. If McCaffrey is sidelined, it could work in Garoppolo's favor from a fantasy perspective, though head coach Kyle Shanahan typically isn't one to completely write off his running game.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Dealing with sore knee after win

    Garoppolo completed 26 of 37 pass attempts for 222 yards and a touchdown while adding four yards on four rushing attempts in Sunday's 13-0 win over New Orleans. Garoppolo stated after the game that he is dealing with a sore left knee after taking a late hit to the area in the second half of the blowout win, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The 30-year-old was able to finish the game and shouldn't miss time, but his name could pop up on the injury report once Week 13 commences. Garoppolo also experienced good fortune on the field when he had an early interception reversed by a defensive penalty, followed by his lone touchdown coming on a deflection off of a defender that landed safely in Jauan Jennings' hands in the back of the end zone. The end result was another solid performance from Garoppolo in a 49ers win, something both parties are hoping to repeat against a red-hot Miami squad next Sunday.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    With the best yards after-the-catch weapons in the NFL by a wide margin, Garoppolo has worked himself into the QB1 mix, but he's not matchup-proof. In Week 12, the Saints present a middling matchup for the 49ers pass game and the likelihood of a gamescript that works against him with the 49ers entering this game as heavy favorites. If the 49ers jump out to an early lead, it could be the Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell show. Dave would start Geno Smith and Lamar Jackson over Garoppolo.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Garoppolo was a letdown in Week 10 against the Chargers when he failed to pass for a touchdown for the first time all season and scored just 15 Fantasy points, which was his first game with fewer than 20 points since Week 4. He should rebound this week against the Cardinals, who have allowed three of the past four opposing quarterbacks to score at least 24 Fantasy points. Garoppolo has also scored at least 22 Fantasy points in four meetings in a row with the Cardinals, and he can be used as a low-end starter in all leagues in Week 11.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Sleeper QBs

    Garoppolo was a letdown in Week 10 against the Chargers when he failed to pass for a touchdown for the first time all season and scored just 15 Fantasy points, which was his first game with fewer than 20 points since Week 4. He should rebound this week against the Cardinals, who have allowed three of the past four opposing quarterbacks to score at least 24 Fantasy points. Garoppolo has also scored at least 22 Fantasy points in four meetings in a row with the Cardinals, and he can be used as a low-end starter in all leagues in Week 11.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Garoppolo is never a safe bet unless he's going to be involved in a high-scoring game. This has the makings of it provided that Kyler Murray plays like Kyler Murray and the 49ers pass defense struggles to corral all of Arizona's receivers. But even if it's not a shootout, Garoppolo has shown evidence that he can be a helpful Fantasy quarterback, albeit one without week-winning upside. Tack on how the Cardinals pass defense has fared lately and Jimmy G is worth the nod over Aaron Rodgers, Russell Wilson and any streaming quarterback candidate you can think of.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Sleeper QBs

    This matchup against the Chargers isn't a favorable one since only two quarterbacks have scored more than 17 Fantasy points against them this season. Teams have been running all over the Chargers, and that could easily happen again with Christian McCaffrey this week. But I'm counting on Garoppolo to stay hot this week, and he has scored at least 20 Fantasy points in four games in a row. This will hopefully be a balanced attack for the 49ers, and Garoppolo should use all of his weapons, especially with Deebo Samuel (hamstring) back. He should be considered a low-end starter in all leagues.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Week 10 Waiver Priority List

    Let's hope Garoppolo can stay hot coming off his bye in Week 9 because he scored at least 20 Fantasy points in four games in a row. He doesn't have an easy matchup in Week 10 against the Chargers, who have only allowed two quarterbacks to score more than 17 Fantasy points this season, and their run defense is awful. But I'll gamble on Garoppolo as a low-end starter in all leagues given his recent track record, especially if Deebo Samuel (hamstring) is healthy. Garoppolo is worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: One To Stash (QB Preview)

    I'd imagine Garoppolo will get dropped in a lot of leagues because of his bye week. I'd also imagine he'll be one of our top streamers in Week 10. If you have the roster spot, stash him. With Christian McCaffrey, Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk, and George Kittle all healthy, Garoppolo could have a fantastic Fantasy finish.
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  • 49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo: Efficient against Rams

    Garoppolo completed 21 of 25 pass attempts for 235 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 31-14 win over the Rams. Garoppolo was nearly perfect against a Rams defense loaded with talent, moving the ball with ease and even taking the top off the secondary on a couple of well-placed deep shots. The 30-year-old had a touchdown vultured by new teammate Christian McCaffrey on a halfback pass to Brandon Aiyuk, so fantasy managers will have to live with the "hockey assist" on a would-be third score. Seemingly unwanted by both his team and fantasy managers to begin the year, Garoppolo has quietly put up strong results with 1,691 passing yards and 11 touchdowns to four interceptions through seven games (six starts) heading into the upcoming bye week. Jimmy G and the 49ers will resume play against the Chargers on Nov. 13.
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