Jimmy Garoppolo’s Worst Plays of Week 11

Nov 24, 2021 at 11:20 AM--


Jimmy Garoppolo played well against the Jaguars. His two touchdown passes in particular were beautiful, perfect throws. But after reviewing the coaches' film, it's clear Garoppolo missed at least six opportunities for big plays and touchdowns. And these missed opportunities didn't hurt the ...Continue reading
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