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Flowetry: The Jimmy Garoppolo Article written by Sequoia Sims

Sequoia Sims
Mar 29, 2018 at 6:12 PM


This article was written to express the importance of Jimmy Garoppolo and how much he means to the San Francisco 49ers and their fan base: "The Faithful." It is from a different perspective, using a different style of delivery.


Disclaimer: this article will be written without video attachments, statistics, and analytics.

Instead, it will be written and delivered via a style called Flowetry. What is Flowetry? A form of rapping in a poetic form; soft, melodic rhymes that form a story and bring light to a subject otherwise misunderstood (according to the Urban dictionary).

However, there's no misunderstanding of what Jimmy G truly is and what he means to the 49ers and their fan base. On a side note: permission to change your style to southpaw (boxing lingo)? Permission granted.

Flowetry: The Jimmy Garoppolo Article written by Sequoia Sims


It didn't take long to realize that Jimmy G was the franchise; a polarizing figure on and off the field that revitalized a fan base, teammates, and a franchise.

The demise of the 49ers post-Jim Harbaugh was short-lived; when it came down to the real eyeball test, it was Jimmy G, the real G, who laid those Jacksonville Jaguars to rest, 44 to 33.

Performing at his best, Jimmy G was above the rest; a five-game winning streak they said, Jimmy G started putting the naysayers to bed. A new contract was earned and warranted, highest paid at the time, and why not? Jimmy G drops slant passes on a dime.

His quick release has been known to frustrate pass rushing defenders at will, but after the game, those same defenders paid homage to his skill. Knowing what's at stake, it's time for an article break, I'm getting closer to home plate. Much like Jimmy G, I'm expected to perform at a high-efficiency rate.

While Jimmy G is calculating his offseason moves, on paper, the Los Angeles Rams' new-look defense can be intimidating and look defiant to the NFL salary cap rules. While most quarterbacks might be in a state of frailty, taming four-legged animals is Jimmy G's specialty.

Wait, stop, I can't hear a pin drop. I just went Ham, with complete Silence, of the Lambs... As I've said before, I'm not here as a witness. To be continued…

Sequoia Sims: Founder of Niners Live, Content Creator, player breakdown specialist, and Senior Author. The home of the faithful fan and analyst from an objective/analytical lens, and different perspective, of course.
The opinions within this article are those of the writer and, while just as important, are not necessarily those of the site as a whole.


4 Comments

  • AlF
    Flowetry is not new they use it at different events, modeling and such. A much more advanced form than this nursery crap
    Apr 8, 2018 at 4:48 PM
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  • Bill
    Hmm... Not sure if I like it. But it is new and unique. Those are two pluses in my book.
    Mar 31, 2018 at 11:47 AM
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  • AMH
    Hmmmmm.
    Mar 30, 2018 at 2:14 PM
    0
  • DaNiners
    Seriously?
    Mar 29, 2018 at 6:36 PM
    4

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