Jimmy Garoppolo

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Height / Weight
6'2" / 225 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
November 2, 1991 (28)
Experience
7th Season
Drafted
2014 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 62 (NE)
College
Eastern Illinois

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Jimmy Garoppolo News

Jimmy Garoppolo Projects To Have A Solid Week 2

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo performed decently in Week 1, throwing for 259 yards and two touchdowns against the Arizona Cardinals. This week, he goes up against a New York Jets Defense that was just torched by Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills. Garoppolo's top pass-catcher, George Kittle (knee), is currently questionable for Week 2, but the team should see rookie receiver Brandon Aiyuk (hamstring) make his NFL debut. Whether or not Kittle is available, Garoppolo should be able to piece together around 250 passing yards yet again with a good chance for two or more touchdowns. He's a great QB2 to start in two-quarterback leagues in Week 2.

Sep. 17th • 10:20 AM
Jimmy Garoppolo Throws for 259 Yards, Two Touchdowns

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo had a solid 2020 debut, completing 19 of 33 passes for 259 and two interceptions. He had a favorable matchup against the Arizona Cardinals, but didn't have much help in the receiving game with both Deebo Samuel (foot) and Brandon Aiyuk (hamstring) inactive. The Cardinals put a lot of their attention on tight end George Kittle, who was limited to four catches for 44 yards in the game. While Garoppolo remains without his primary pass catchers, his upside is a bit limited. Next week, he faces a New York Jets Defense that was just torched by Josh Allen, making Garoppolo a decent QB2 option.

Sep. 13th • 9:06 PM
Jimmy Garoppolo Has Sneaky Week 1 Upside

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo might have a hobbled and questionable set of receivers going into Week 1, but he still finds himself in a relatively promising position. This Sunday, Garoppolo faces an Arizona Cardinals Defense that was atrocious against the pass last year, allowing 281.9 passing yards per game, second-worst in the league. Garoppolo should be able to connect with George Kittle on demand and then find additional production through an assortment of receivers and pass-catching running backs. In a game that could very well be high-scoring, Garoppolo could end up producing a low-end QB1 or high-end QB2 week. Start him if you don't feel great about your other options.

Sep. 10th • 5:18 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Jimmy Garoppolo
Nick Mullens
RB Raheem Mostert
Tevin Coleman
LWR Kendrick Bourne
Mohamed Sanu Sr.
RWR Brandon Aiyuk
Dante Pettis
SWR Trent Taylor
Richie James Jr.
TE George Kittle
Jordan Reed
LT Trent Williams
Justin Skule
LG Laken Tomlinson
Colton McKivitz
C Hroniss Grasu
Ben Garland
RG Daniel Brunskill
Tom Compton
RT Mike McGlinchey
LDE Arik Armstead
Dee Ford
LDT Solomon Thomas
Javon Kinlaw
RDT D.J. Jones
Kentavius Street
RDE Nick Bosa
Kerry Hyder Jr.
SAM Dre Greenlaw
Mark Nzeocha
MIKE Fred Warner
Azeez Al-Shaair
WILL Kwon Alexander
Demetrius Flannigan-Fowles
LCB Jason Verrett
Ken Webster
SS Jaquiski Tartt
Marcell Harris
FS Jimmie Ward
Tarvarius Moore
RCB Emmanuel Moseley
Ahkello Witherspoon
NB K'Waun Williams
K Robbie Gould