Jalen Ramsey: Jimmy Garoppolo didn’t dice us up, it was a lot of scheme stuff

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Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 242 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another touchdown as the 49ers beat the Jaguars 44-33 last season, but Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey was not impressed.

Ramsey said on NFL Network that his fellow players were wrong to put Garoppolo in the Top 100 players in the NFL, as Ramsey didn’t come away thinking Garoppolo was great.

“What did he play, five games? He has good potential, I think he’ll be a good player, but my experience in playing him, it was a lot of scheme stuff. It wasn’t like he was just dicing us up,” Ramsey said.

So why did the 49ers go from 1-10 without Garoppolo to 5-0 after Garoppolo got on the field? Ramsey said defenses just weren’t ready for him.

“Nobody got to scheme on him this year. There was not a lot of film on him,” Ramsey said.

There will be no such excuses this year, as everyone has now had plenty of time to see what Garoppolo can do.

101 responses to “Jalen Ramsey: Jimmy Garoppolo didn’t dice us up, it was a lot of scheme stuff

  1. Sorry kids but he’s right. Matt Cassel, anyone?? Once defensive coordinators get enough film on you then it’s game on. Ever wonder why the starting QB goes down and the backup looks so good……until he’s the starter. I don’t think Jimmy is who you think he is.

  2. Great player, but just stop talking. Makes you wonder what kind of drivel he was spewing at AJ Green to get him to turn around an whip his tail… there’s a better way to be.

  3. We should ask Maxine Waters what she thinks…she seems so smart – genius level…and can critically think through a complex problem and arrive at a intelligent solution…

    Sincerely,
    Nobody ever in the history of time

  4. Every rookie / back-up that comes in and does anything remotely good, media gushes on them. So many fizzle out, and the only plausible answer is what Jalen said, they have film. I guess its like the first time you go to a new golf course, you are able to shoot lower next round because you know whats ahead and how to attack a hole better.

    plus 9ers are far away from a playoff spot in the powerhouse NFC. you gonna need 12 wins for the wild card spots.

  5. Why did the team go 1-10 without Garoppolo? Because lost 5 games IN A ROW by 3 or fewer points, all of which could have easily been wins (2 were OT losses), and the starter in those games was placeholder Brian Holder. Any solid-or-better QB (which Garoppolo certainly is) could have been the difference there. Then the team beat the terrible Bears and Texans, edged out the overrated Titans, and in the final week beat a resting Rams team that had nothing to play for. Yes, the Jaguars win was a good one, but CLEARLY the 49ers were competitive to begin with, and 1-10 was just a combination of bad luck and an awful QB. Garoppolo was a clear major upgrade, but one who also got to play in a soft spot in the schedule, hence 5-0.

  6. orndorf2 says:
    June 26, 2018 at 8:57 am
    Sorry kids but he’s right. Matt Cassel, anyone?? Once defensive coordinators get enough film on you then it’s game on. Ever wonder why the starting QB goes down and the backup looks so good……until he’s the starter. I don’t think Jimmy is who you think he is.
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    Cassel never had the arm that Garoppolo has.

    It is kind of funny that you would have posted the same thing in 2002 about Tom Brady. I’m not saying that Garoppolo will be as good as Tom Brady, but he has the talent to be a top quarterback and NOBODY every said that about Cassel.

  7. Listen to the so-called experts. Sorry, kiddies, but Garoppolo will be every good as predicted. You Madame Sonja imitators need to get a job.

  8. It’s called being prepared and doing what he needed to do to win, doesn’t have to be more complicated than that

  9. Ramsey is starting to remind me of Richard Sherman without the intelligence. All the bluster without any articulation. Kinda like listening to Jameis Winston pre-game speech.

  10. mybigthirdleg says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:05 am
    We should ask Maxine Waters what she thinks…she seems so smart – genius level…and can critically think through a complex problem and arrive at a intelligent solution…

    Sincerely,
    Nobody ever in the history of time
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    Thanks for the valuable contribution to this post.

  11. The real Jimmy G will come out this year win or lose. Last year there was no tape on him, he didn’t have a huge contract to live up to, and there were few expectations. Now the fans and media have awarded the 49’rs the Super Bowl before the season has started.

  12. mybigthirdleg says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:05 am
    We should ask Maxine Waters what she thinks…she seems so smart – genius level…and can critically think through a complex problem and arrive at a intelligent solution…

    Sincerely,
    Nobody ever in the history of time

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    in other words, she pulled a Trump

  13. The film argument is an excuse. Teams have entire departments that break down every opponent. And they do it for every game. For Ramsey to pretend that they hadn’t studied the 49ers and knew tendencies and personnel flaws is disingenuous in the extreme. And it was easier for defenses to do film study because the 49ers were running a limited playbook for Garoppolo.

    The fact is there was nothing different about the last 5 games the 49ers played, beyond running a simplified offense, than the first 11 EXCEPT they had a QB who could get it done. Who could make a play for the 49ers instead of a play for the opponent.

  14. Jalen Ramsey is a great player and there is likely a lot of truth to what he says. Jimmy G is probably going to remain good but lets see what he does this year, after teams have gotten and processed some film, before he is anointed. Several recent young, hyped-up QB’s, have come out playing well but then returned to earth quickly. Im waiting to see how Goff and Wentz play this year.

  15. If the Jags coaches/players didn’t adjust during the game, then whose fault is that?

    Garoppolo did what he is paid to do; the jag’s d didn’t do what they are paid to do.

    That’s why they play the games.

  16. Jalen is absolutely correct! We’ll take this Matt Cassel copy off your hands in Buffalo just because we are good people and don’t want San Fran fans being disappointed.

  17. youngnoizecom
    Jun 26, 2018, 8:04 AM CDT
    This is the reason for a lot of quarterback’s success. Look at Dak in Year 1. Without film on the player, the quarterback has a huge advantage.
    ………………….
    Really? Then explain the first 8 weeks of 2017 before the LT was hurt and Elliott missed 6 weeks. It took an abysmal 4 week run by Dak to make his year fall into “average” territory. Prescott will be fine.

  18. youngnoizecom says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:04 am
    This is the reason for a lot of quarterback’s success. Look at Dak in Year 1. Without film on the player, the quarterback has a huge advantage.

    I have my doubts. By Week 6 NFL defenses have fully scouted everything.

    I think it was much simpler — Dak was carried by Elliot in 2016. When Elliot fell back to earth, Dak didn’t have easy street.

    Elliot — 5.1 YPC in 2016 and Dak had easy street as a QB.
    Ellion — 4.1 YPC in 2017 and Dak had to deal with far more unfavorable situations.

  19. You guys were literally getting into fistfights on the sideline. Was that just scheme stuff too?

  20. No chance this guy is top 100 players YET, here is another example of how these voting procedures and pro bowl voting procedures and all the others are flawed. If Jimmy G lights it up this season then yes maybe get him in the top 100… but the guy plays 5 games and his peers vote him in?!?!?! Come on man really?!?!

  21. Well the pats defensive players are on record saying he would pick apart their starting defense during practice.

    HAHAHA..I agree, I read that also, but when you know the team you are practicing with and have practiced against them for several seasons AND know you are not going to get touched while you are in the pocket I would say his grandmother could pick apart the D in PRACTICE!!!

  22. In the short time he was on the field for the Pats it was obvious he could read and react to defenses very quickly and has a high football IQ. I doubt very much he is a flash in the pan.

  23. Jalen is tellin the truth, but it also says there is a flaw in the scheme. Robert Saleh the 49ers DC was the LB coach in Jacksonville under Bradley running a very similar scheme so he clearly knows it’s weaknesses. At the same time it’s up the Wash ( Jags DC) to adapt.

  24. Maybe he isn’t that special but the Jags defense made him look like the second coming of Joe Montana. Don’t give me this “scheme” excuse. Be a man and admit you guys were toasted. It’s a lot more endearing that all the BS.

  25. mybigthirdleg says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:05 am
    We should ask Maxine Waters what she thinks…she seems so smart – genius level…and can critically think through a complex problem and arrive at a intelligent solution…

    Sincerely,
    Nobody ever in the history of time

    68 82 Rate This

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    thanks for announcing that you are a racist

  26. maverick975 says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:39 am
    youngnoizecom
    Jun 26, 2018, 8:04 AM CDT
    This is the reason for a lot of quarterback’s success. Look at Dak in Year 1. Without film on the player, the quarterback has a huge advantage.
    ………………….
    Really? Then explain the first 8 weeks of 2017 before the LT was hurt and Elliott missed 6 weeks. It took an abysmal 4 week run by Dak to make his year fall into “average” territory. Prescott will be fine.

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    You must have missed that Broncos game where the LT played… Elliot played… and Dak was terrible. When he is an average QB again in 2018 the excuse will be he didn’t have anyone to throw to, but the reality is he is just a middle of the pack QB who needs ideal surroundings to be bring up his level of play, instead of him bringing up the level of play of everyone else.

  27. Ramsey might be right somewhat in his prep assessments from last year but not because there was no film. Sure there will be more film this year as a 49er but there was film to see last year if team video guys pulled out the New England stuff. As the season moves it will tell how good Jimmy is. Teams will be more active in reviewing film this year looking for his QB quirks and any kind of edge. But looking at the film was made easier by Sherman giving a “tell” away on what to look for. A team or two might have picked it up anyway but now all 15 teams they play will know it and can look for something else the film will tell.

  28. .
    Jimmy G went 21/30 for 242 yards and 2 TDs while throwing to perhaps the worst group of receivers in NFL history.
    .

  29. there is credence in what Ramsey is saying and I do think the Jaguars will win the AFC. It does seem a little disingenuous seeing as the 49ers beat Jacksonville last year but Garoppolo is like any other QB. Once defenses change up, let’s see him make plays then.

  30. coachwolf49 says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:11 am
    Listen to the so-called experts. Sorry, kiddies, but Garoppolo will be every good as predicted. You Madame Sonja imitators need to get a job.
    *****
    You are calling out people as so-called experts then you make a so-called expert prediction. Listen at you. Please tell us what makes your prognostication better than anyone else’s, Mr. Criswell predicts.

  31. I’m sure Jalen Ramsey would appreciate an offensive player saying his skillset is only what it is because of the Jacksonville Jaguars ‘scheme.’ Give credit where credit is due, it won’t kill you.

  32. tylawspick6 says:
    June 26, 2018 at 10:17 am
    mybigthirdleg says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:05 am
    We should ask Maxine Waters what she thinks…she seems so smart – genius level…and can critically think through a complex problem and arrive at a intelligent solution…

    Sincerely,
    Nobody ever in the history of time

    68 82 Rate This

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    thanks for announcing that you are a racist

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    What did he say that was racist?

  33. Remember when people gushed over Scott Mitchell because he won a few games in place of Dan Marino?

  34. The top 100 list is a joke to begin with. That said, the skeptics who say Garoppolo hasn’t proven anything are wrong. The speed of his release is rare, and it speaks not only to his physical ability, but to his decision making speed. While it is natural to place him in a group that includes Matt Cassel and Matt Flynn, neither of them demonstrated any special qualities as QBs, nor did they take a 1-10 team and carry them on their shoulders to 5 straight wins.

  35. “If Jimmy G lights it up this season then yes maybe get him in the top 100”

    If Garoppolo lights it up this year then the maybe will be whether or not he deserves to be top 20 next year.

  36. “Remember when people gushed over Scott Mitchell because he won a few games in place of Dan Marino?”

    The difference is that Garoppolo had looked like a franchise QB over 7 games for two different teams now. He came to the 49ers, didn’t know the offense, was throwing to late round rookies, undrafted and journeyman receivers as well as guys literally right off the street while playing behind a shoddy OL and they went 5-0 and had the number one passing offense in the NFL over that period of time.

    Anyone can look good for a limited number of time but Garoppolo’s strengths as a passer, decisiveness, accuracy and a quick release make it more likely than not that he’ll continue to have success. He wasn’t doing it with smoke and mirrors, he wasn’t running some gimmick college offense that NFL teams will easily adapt to, he stood back in the pocket, found the open receiver and just let it rip.

  37. It’s a good thing Ramsey is a phenomenal football player, because he comes off as a real moron every time he opens his mouth.

  38. @ mybigthirdleg –
    To quote Jerry Seinfeld; “That was funny. Not laugh-out-loud funny, but funny.”

    @ 345snarkavenue –
    In order to use the term “in other words”, you must first comprehend the words you are referring to. Judging by the brilliant context of your post, you do not.

    @ tylawspick6 –
    Thanks for showing that you are a propaganda parroting divisive leftist who can’t understand the basic definition of the words you type enough to realize that it is actually you who embodies the true meaning of the hatred you profess to abhor.

  39. Pats fan here….
    Jimmy is the real deal…..hated to lose him but totally understand the reasoning behind it…..
    I wish him the best unless he plays us,although I’d LOVE to see a Tom VS Jimmy game!!!?
    We got Brady a MINIMUM of 2 years & HOPEFULLY 3 additional years after that….. that will put him at the goal of playing till 45….I’m giessing he gets that 3 year extension by the end of the year
    Go Pats!!!

  40. youngnoizecom says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:04 am

    This is the reason for a lot of quarterback’s success. Look at Dak in Year 1. Without film on the player, the quarterback has a huge advantage.
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    Silly- Dak didn’t have Elliot – made him 1 dimensional. Those two need each other.

    Comparing Jimmy G to Dak? Crazy. Go look at Jimmy’s first drive with San Fran- with something like 50 seconds left he drives them down the field for a TD- He showed total command of the 2 minute offense (Brady like really) that Dak has never displayed.

  41. To all of you political posters, here- to quote Andy Griffith-“well, what it was, was football.”

  42. Lets unpack this real quick. If the key to taking out a highly rated defense is to just play a QB with limited starts ( no tape ) then why is there such thing as a franchise QB? Why not just throw out a new QB each week so the other team can not prepare? Because that is stupid. Even though you can point to a few times where a young QB showed early promise and then faded away, there are far more examples of new QBs that looked like absolute poop their first few games. Untested QB play is not the secret sauce that Ramsey is pretending it is.

  43. orndorf2 says:

    June 26, 2018 at 8:57 am

    Sorry kids but he’s right. Matt Cassel, anyone?? Once defensive coordinators get enough film on you then it’s game on. Ever wonder why the starting QB goes down and the backup looks so good……until he’s the starter. I don’t think Jimmy is who you think he is.

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    Don’t forget that Cassel’s best year came AFTER he left the Pats. It was with the Chiefs in 2010 (27 TDs, 7 Ints. 93.0 rating). But that said, who knows what Jimmy G will become. He’s had bad preseasons in the past, notably the deflategate suspension year, but seems to bounce back and do well. He likely hasn’t reached his peak yet and seems to have a good head on his shoulders. It took Brady a while to progress from a good decision maker to a truly top tier dominant QB. I think Jimmy G could be at least a top 10 QB, but I think its much to early to say if he’ll be among the very best.

  44. Kyle Shanahan came up with a great offensive game plan and Jimmy G executed to perfection. And the Jags still almost stole a victory. The Jags are notorious for coming out flat on west coast trips and SF pounced on them early. Looking forward to the rematch.

  45. Brinke Guthrie says:
    June 26, 2018 at 11:49 am
    44 pts means he diced you up. Clown comment, bro.
    ______________________

    In fairness to the Jags defense, not all of the 44 points were on them. Bortles threw 3 incredibly bad INT’s

  46. June 26, 2018 at 9:27 am
    mybigthirdleg says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:05 am
    We should ask Maxine Waters what she thinks…she seems so smart – genius level…and can critically think through a complex problem and arrive at a intelligent solution…

    Sincerely,
    Nobody ever in the history of time

    ——

    in other words, she pulled a Trump

    ……No matter how he communicates, Trump has solved many problems that Obama created..
    unless you watch fake news

  47. I think Jimmy G could be at least a top 10 QB, but I think its much to early to say if he’ll be among the very best.

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    Romo is JG’s ceiling IMO. In more ways than one.

    His durability is still a big time question mark to me. That alone will stop any ascent to top 10 in its tracks. Time will tell.

  48. Well if Garoppolo is not as good then it bodes well for Patriots future. It means any QB can step in after Brady hangs it up and have success. The Danny Etling pick doesn’t seem so bad now, he has a shot in this system.

  49. Why don’t people just watch the games? He was miles better than the previous QB and just the way he handled game situations and the way he scanned the field, the quick release, and ball location, etc…, you just know he’s special. I’m not a 49ers fan but I watched all 5 games and I trust my eyeballs.

  50. Dont agree with what his saying but I think he is right to say that he shouldn’t be in the top 100 for playing 5 games, at the end of the year no less. That’s not fair for the other guys that had a tremendous season in the nfl and emphasize on season.

  51. Well, the Jags did have 3 or 4 turnovers in that game but 44 points is still considered being “diced up”. He does make a good point that the anointing oils should be held back until after a second full season. Remember that RGIII was a Pro Bowl QB in his first season. We all know what happened after that….

  52. patsfan4lifesbchamps says:
    June 26, 2018 at 12:51 pm

    Well if Garoppolo is not as good then it bodes well for Patriots future. It means any QB can step in after Brady hangs it up and have success. The Danny Etling pick doesn’t seem so bad now, he has a shot in this system.
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    How do you have soo much time on your hands? Why waste it faking posts.

    And Etling was just a typical Pats fill in back up spot. Not remotely like what they did researching and drafting Jimmy G.

  53. ajzinnecker says:
    June 26, 2018 at 12:22 pm

    He torched them in a meaningless game. Jags had the playoffs locked up already.
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    Multiple players on the Jags defense said otherwise- they tried hard to win the game.

  54. Small sample size? sure. Required skills to be successful long term in the NFL? Yes. These other QBs who fizzled were either gimmick QBS who were figured out or players who stepped in on good teams had a few good games and could not sustain.

    Jimmy aint any of those. he has Romo type pocket skills. He will be fine.

  55. patsfan4lifesbchamps says: June 26, 2018 at 12:51 pm
    “Well if Garoppolo is not as good then it bodes well for Patriots future. It means any QB can step in after Brady hangs it up and have success. The Danny Etling pick doesn’t seem so bad now, he has a shot in this system.”

    ==========================

    James Bond: “Oh, so why do you need me?”
    Q: “Every now and then a trigger has to be pulled.”

    You are one of those people who believe in this mythical “System.” I don’t care how magical the system can be, you still need a trigger man! You can have the best plan in the world but you still need the right player to execute the plan. Bill Walsh’s west coast offense would not work without someone like Montana to run it to perfection. Should we downgrade Joe’s greatness now just because he’s in a system? System or no system, what matters is the production of the player on the field, period!

  56. Not like there isn’t plenty of proof that he could be right. Matt Cassell, Matt Flynn, Dak Prescott, Brock Osweiller, heck every Cleveland Browns 3rd string QB since 2002. All looked like world beaters when they were just thrown into games when the other team couldn’t game plan for them. Then they get the starter job and you get to see why they weren’t starters from day 1. I mean does anyone else remember that butt kicking Colt McCoy gave the New England Patriots and New Orleans Saints his rookie year coming in for Jake Delhomme?

    Obviously there are exceptions but backups luck is an NFL standard.

  57. Stories like this make me just want to tune out until the start of the season, when stuff actually matters. This kind of stuff is getting so tired.

  58. That game I watched Jimmy G needle a pass into Kendrick Bourne’s chest that was perfectly diagnosed by the corner and Telvin Smith responsible for the underneath. I saw him get a pass out to his RB right before Calais Campbell had a free rush and smacked him.

    Those are just two examples and there’s several more examples 49ers fans have seen in those 5 games that will translate to continued success because no amount of film can help in that situation.

    Ramsey is just saving face , and now he’s citing the WR receiving yards. Basically saying “I had my dude locked up and Jimmy just beat us with scheme”.

    OK dude – your defense got embarrassed and all the in-fighting on the Jags sideline is all the proof of that you need.

  59. does he realize that he said garoppolo wasn’t good and it was only schemes and then finished by saying that they weren’t good because they didn’t have schemes?
    Pick one.

  60. Jags are still mad that their division champions “T Shirt and Hat day” turned into a slaughter in The South Bay….

    I think Ramsey should be more concerned about his QB than ours.

  61. Blaine Gabbert also beat the Jaguars last season and threw for 2-3TDs on them, so Jimmy G beating JAX isnt anything special. The Jag’s had already locked up their division when SF played them and didnt have much to play for, Jimmy also beat an injury ravaged horrible Bears team, an injury Riddled Texans teams with Tom freaking Savage at QB, a Titans team that stunk it up at the end of last season (Blaine Gabbert beat them too) and a Rams team that sat all of its starters in the last game of the season. I am not impressed with Jimmy G thus far, and even facing a bad slate of teams he still threw only 7TDs to 5INTs with 6 turnovers in 5 games, not a world beater by any means. I think 49ers fans are going to fall down back to earth hard this up coming season.

  62. primtime420 says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:47 am
    Well the pats defensive players are on record saying he would pick apart their starting defense during practice.

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    pats fan here. thats not much to hang your hat on. our defense over the past few years has been unreliable to say the least. their bend but dont break, broke. theyre saying flores has a change in style. i sure hope so. gotta go get the qb, thats why we won those 3 in the 2000s.

  63. thejetssuck2001 says:
    June 26, 2018 at 3:01 pm
    primtime420 says:
    June 26, 2018 at 9:47 am
    Well the pats defensive players are on record saying he would pick apart their starting defense during practice.

    ====================

    pats fan here. thats not much to hang your hat on. our defense over the past few years has been unreliable to say the least. their bend but dont break, broke. theyre saying flores has a change in style. i sure hope so. gotta go get the qb, thats why we won those 3 in the 2000s.
    ====================

    They are also on record saying that he would regularly really suck in practice, which he did all thru Mini camp in SF last week completing only 8 of 20 passes on his final there day throwing a few picks. He also used to regularly struggle in the preseason.

    One big thing with Jimmy G is going to be his health, he’s a pretty frail guy & could get beat up bad playing behind that SF O-Line with horrible OG play, an aging LT and rookie RT. He’s already been knocked out once for several weeks with a sprained shoulder in one of his 7 career starts, he was almost knocked out again versus Rex Ryans defense and when he played AZ with NE he suffered a shoulder sprain in that game, it’s the injury that lead to him seperating it a few weeks later. He a smaller guy and he’s in the wrong division to be injury prone with Aaron Donald, Suh, Chandler Jones, Markus Golden, Robert Nkimdiche, Olsen Pierre, Deone Bucannon, Hasson Reddick, Bobby Wagner, KJ Wright, Frank Clark, Jarran Reed etc. Behind that line he will be seeing those guys a lot.

  64. patsfan4lifesbchamps says:

    June 26, 2018 at 12:51 pm

    Well if Garoppolo is not as good then it bodes well for Patriots future. It means any QB can step in after Brady hangs it up and have success. The Danny Etling pick doesn’t seem so bad now, he has a shot in this system.

    ================================

    Too bad Bledsoe and Cassel both had better years AFTER leaving the magical Pats QB “system”.

    And what happened to your “Pats traded the wrong QB” rallying cry that you’ve posted in every Pats article for the last 6months? You gotta make up your mind, man, its getting sad.

  65. Yeah JIMMY G SHREDDED that d,,,,,watch it,,,,he had the defense losing it on the sidelines,,,,,diced em up

  66. Stop with the Cassell = Garoppolo comparisons. Cassell is a decent QB but NEVER was discussed as having traits indicative to a perennial star QB. Cassell was the SAME dude in NE that he was in KC , just check out his completion % and YPA etc. through his career. Do the same for Jimmy G and you’ll see players are players and Jimmy is an accurate passer who wins games – that’s what you’ll see.

  67. Jimmy has the “It” factor. I think he will be successful. Nobody will ever be Tom F. Brady, but he’ll be good. Too many skills to not be able to adjust to defenses, as long as the coaching and roster are sound.

  68. The dink and dunk approach beat the Jags often last year.
    It’s what the tacks did, the cards, and the 9ers.

    The pats didn’t “dice up” anything.

    The west coast short passing style is the way to beat my Jags D, mostly because our LBers are kinda liabilities in coverage.
    Smith is a beast, but a liability in coverage, his speed makes up for what he lacks.
    Myles Jack was still in transition from SLB to MLB (which he’ll play full time this year)
    POZ, god love him, was terrible at everything other than the LOS play.

    WRs in crossing routes, RBs out of the backfield, and TEs in the seam.
    Ramsey can talk cuz they don’t get tried on the outside often, and when they do, they usually come out on top.

    The only WRs to get over on Ramsey in the slightest was AB (best in the game) and Nuke (probably 2nd best in the game today)

    He can talk all he wants haters. Especially when he is brought on to TV to do just what he did.

    Jimmy G likely will be a good QB (pretty sure Ramsey actually said this) just after 5 or 6 starts probably doesn’t deserve top 100 honors (even the biggest 9er or pats homer has to realize this, right?)
    Watson didn’t really deserve it either. Especially when All Pro OL guys were left off the list entirely. And the games best DB came in at like 17th overall.

  69. hawkkiller says:
    June 26, 2018 at 2:56 pm
    Blaine Gabbert also beat the Jaguars last season and threw for 2-3TDs on them, so Jimmy G beating JAX isnt anything special. The Jag’s had already locked up their division when SF played them and didnt have much to play for, Jimmy also beat an injury ravaged horrible Bears team, an injury Riddled Texans teams with Tom freaking Savage at QB, a Titans team that stunk it up at the end of last season (Blaine Gabbert beat them too) and a Rams team that sat all of its starters in the last game of the season. I am not impressed with Jimmy G thus far, and even facing a bad slate of teams he still threw only 7TDs to 5INTs with 6 turnovers in 5 games, not a world beater by any means. I think 49ers fans are going to fall down back to earth hard this up coming season.

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    welp, at least we found the most delusional poster here.

  70. Mike Zimmer with one pissed off team and 8 months to watch fim on Jimmy G and their scheme.

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