Jimmy G trade talk

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  • #11605
    NortyFiner
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    Rappoport says it’s happening this offseason. I’m not so sure. I think how Lance develops will affect whether or not we keep him. We’ll see.

    https://www.totalprosports.com/2021/11/28/report-49ers-planning-to-trade-qb-jimmy-garoppolo-this-offseason

    #11606
    MN 49ers Fan
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    They can’t just blindly hand the keys to Lance can they? I understand they paid a fortune to get him, but if he’s not ready, he’s not ready.
    The Texans are an interesting team and they have a need for QB. Draft a kid and trade for Jimmy could make sense though.

    #11607
    MN 49ers Fan
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    The Steelers also need a QB. Jimmy makes a lot of sense there too.

    #11609
    John
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    Jimmy is playing well but they need to trade him. It won’t make sense to pay Jimmy $27 mill and Lance another $9 mill or whatever to sit on the bench again next year. I don’t think they can win a super bowl with him and they need to roll the dice and play Lance next year. And for crying out loud spend some money and hire a really good QB coach to work with Lance on his mechanics in the offseason. Free up the cap space from Jimmy and use it to give Deebo and Bosa new contracts and add some other pieces around Lance.

    #11627
    NortyFiner
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    If for some reason we have to keep Jimmy, salary cap negotiations will definitely have to be part of that discussion. In fact, I dare say Jimmy’s cap hit is a bigger reason for the team to want to move him than bringing up Lance.

    #11634
    RedBluff
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    I think they’re will be a market for GSpot but the team will probably need to eat part of his salary if they want a pick back.

    Like John I don’t see how it made sense to make Trey sit this year. Sitting him next year and paying GSpot all the money would be asinine.

    GSpot disappointed me early on his career. He’s good but not good enough to change a game consistently and especially in clutch situations. I wish him luck where ever he lands.

    #11635
    NortyFiner
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    Jimmy G isn’t a superstar like some hoped. He’s a game manager. He’s Brad Johnson on the 2002 Bucs. And there’s nothing wrong with that as long as your team works that way as a unit.

    #11636
    RedBluff
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    FYI, got through my prostate surgery.
    I can pee again!
    2022 is going to be a “tune up” year for me.
    Going to try and get some other healthy issues straight so I can make a run at 80.

    Last day to work, if everything goes right is 10/28/2022.

    #11637
    John
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    Congrats RB happy to hear it went well. Sounds like you have a lot to look forward to.

    #11638
    John
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    And on Jimmy like Norty said he’s not very good, just a game manager at best. He looked great at the end of 2017, mobile, confident, accurate. These injuries he’s had messed him up mentally I think. He has always played timid since that knee injury, so much so he doesn’t even step into throws like he used to. Time to move on. Lance may not end up being great either but they can never accept mediocrity. Keep working until they find a great QB.

    #11640
    RedBluff
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    I think Kyle has brain fucked him.

    #11648
    John
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    Al Shaair is everywhere today. Looks like Patrick Willis out there. Nice sack by Armstead and he was even held on the play. DJ Jones looks good. Bosa always does. They’re making the Seattle line look like middle school kids.

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