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Jimmy Garoppolo seemingly yells ’[expletive] the Packers’ to Robbie Gould after 49ers’ game-winning kick

Jan 22, 2022 at 10:00 PM--


There was a lot of emotion on the field after Robbie Gould kicked the game-winning field goal to send his San Francisco 49ers to the NFC Championship Game for the second time in three years. The kick sealed the 13-10 upset against the No. 1 seed Green Bay Packers, breaking the hearts of the fans in a packed Lambeau Field.

NFL Network's Stacey Dales followed Gould after the game, recording him with her phone.

"Man, that feels good," Gould said as he made his way through the crowd on the field.

A fired-up Jimmy Garoppolo approached the veteran kicker to offer his congratulations on sealing the playoff win.

"You're a [expletive] legend, man," Garoppolo told Gould before embracing the kicker.

Then, it seems as though Garoppolo (or maybe someone around him?) blurts out, "[expletive] the Packers. [expletive] them."

Social media seems to feel it was Garoppolo saying it. Give it a listen and determine for yourself (h/t to Andy Nesbitt of For The Win for the find).


There were a lot of Chicago Bears fans on social media who declared a new loyalty to the 49ers quarterback comments for his potential comments. It's also worth noting that Gould, who lives in the Chicago area, spent much of his career with the Bears. He is unlikely to have much love for the Packers.

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