RIGHT: “Jimmy Garoppolo has an injury history, I will be the first to admit that, but yesterday he had 300 yards, 2 TDs, no picks, a 103 passer rating, and once again he was fantastic in clutch time – the end of regulation and in overtime. Here’s what I know – his teammates trust him, he always gets it to the right guy whether it’s Kittle, Deebo Samuel, Bradon Aiyuk, and he doesn’t waste snaps. When you can just give Jimmy G the ball and say ‘listen, dude, we got about 2:15 left, don’t overthink the room’, he’s got a world-class quick release to the right people, and throws it accurately. I know the injuries but I never worry about him in crisis. I worry about his health but I never worry about him. I’ve seen him do this four or five times this year; couple minutes left, you gotta drive down the field, you’re on the road, and I always have confidence in him. He beat a pretty good Cincinnati team with a great drive at the end of regulation, and a great drive in overtime. He’s ninth now in passer rating. He’s the only guy in the league that’s good, and none of you think he’s good. He’s good, we have to come to terms with it. Kyle Shanahan has only won 30% of his games when THAT guy isn’t his quarterback.”
WRONG: “I had the Buffalo Bills as a 12-5 team. They can’t run the ball, and they’ve given up trying. Josh Allen had 12 carries and the Bills running backs had 7. They’ve become incredibly predictable, and frankly, as brilliant as Josh Allen is, I don’t want him running this much. That’s what Big Ben did, that’s what Cam did early, and that’s why they’re falling apart in their mid-30’s. The pass blocking is below average. It’s not like their running back Singletary doesn’t have talent, but as a cold-weather team they have completely abandoned the run, and as Tampa showed you in the game plan, it makes you virtually predictable. You know exactly what they’re going to do.”
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