Jimmy Garoppolo: Monday was our best full game, but there’s still meat on the bone

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49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo threw four touchdown passes on Monday night and the team ran for 159 yards to provide the kind of balance that led to a 38-10 rout of the Cardinals in Mexico City.

Garoppolo’s play was the subject of praise from head coach Kyle Shanahan after the game and the quarterback said he thought it was the best total effort of the season for the offense. He also said he thinks “we left some meat on the bone there for sure.”

“The past couple weeks we’ve been putting together some good games,” Garoppolo said, via 49ersWebzone.com. “Today was probably our best full game that we’ve put together. But we’ve got a long way to go. There’s some yards we left out there, even some points that we left out there. It’s a nice thing that guys are still hungry.”

The 49ers are now on a three-game winning streak and they’re set to play their next three games at home, which sets up well for the offense’s bid to climb even higher down the stretch and into the postseason.

4 responses to “Jimmy Garoppolo: Monday was our best full game, but there’s still meat on the bone

  1. Where will Jimmy be next year, and who will be the 49ers starting QB? I’m thinking Jimmy goes to the Jets and Brady to the 49ers.

    But what if the 49ers go all the way this year? Will the 49ers actually let Jimmy go? What would they offer him to stay?

  2. You do know the combined record of those three teams were 12-19, right?

    But the schedule lines up and likely 4-3 the rest of the way.

  3. Thanks to Belichick for giving Jimmy G. away and the Patriots QB of the future because Kraft sided with Brady over Belichick and Jimmy was the odd man out

  4. Yes I think the Niners can play even better if they can just keep facing the 17th, 29th and 31st ranked defenses in the NFL.

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