Pro Football Focus continues its offseason position-by-position rankings and has finally landed at quarterback. The analytics site ranks the quarterback and quarterback situation for all 32 NFL teams. At the top spot, of course, is Tom Brady of the New England Patriots.

The San Francisco 49ers' signal caller, Jimmy Garoppolo, ranks at No. 11. The only other NFC West quarterback ranked above Garoppolo on the list is Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks, who lands at No. 5. Jared Goff of the Los Angeles Rams came in at No. 18 while Sam Bradford of the Arizona Cardinals ranked No. 22.

Garoppolo has an 86.6 grade in 2017, which ranked fourth in the NFL among qualifying quarterbacks. Steve Palazzolo writes the following about his ranking position:

"It's been a small sample, but Garoppolo has had an excellent start to his career, particularly an 86.6 overall grade that ranked fourth in the NFL last season. He had the highest percentage of positively-graded throws in 2017, despite ranking only 39th in big-time throw percentage. Garoppolo also did a fine job of taking care of the ball with the fifth-lowest percentage of turnover-worthy plays."

Expectations are high for Garoppolo, who is coming off of an impressive five-game winning streak to end 2017. His sample size is considered small because he has just seven career starts with five coming last season with San Francisco.

Garoppolo had a full offseason to learn the nuances of head coach Kyle Shanahan's offense. That, along with a revamped offensive line and some added weapons, has the Niner Faithful excited for the upcoming season.