If San Francisco 49ers followers name for Jimmy Garoppolo to start out anytime quickly, all coach Kyle Shanahan want do is pop in a spotlight tape of Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
The movie will present quarterback C.J. Beathard getting pulverized by the Cards’ protection. The rookie was sacked 5 instances, hit 16 instances, and pressured on practically each drop again.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians’ evaluation of the state of affairs is each optimistic and considerably unhappy, relying in your rooting bent.
“I thought we should have had more (sacks),” Arians stated, by way of the Cardinals official web site. “That was a beat-up offensive line. God bless Beathard. He’s tough as nails and stood in there and threw the ball, because we hit him a bunch.”
The Niners have been with out left sort out Joe Staley on Sunday. Waiting at the least till the blindside stalwart returns may be the most effective long-term transfer for Garoppolo and the 49ers. Putting Jimmy G behind that offensive line will not present the wanted circumstances for a optimistic badysis and places the QB liable to harm.
Of course, that evaluation means tossing poor Beathard to the wolves to guard a participant who has been with the franchise lower than per week.
Give the rookie from Iowa credit score. He’s taken 14 sacks the previous three weeks, will get up, dusts himself off and goes again to the huddle.
“That’s what so impressive to me about him,” Shanahan stated, by way of the San Jose Mercury News. “I think those hits affect almost everybody. I haven’t seen them affect him.”
What did Garoppolo consider Beathard taking all these photographs?
“He’s a tough dude to get up from that,” Garoppolo stated. “It’s hard to be a quarterback in this league and take hits like that.”
That might be you fairly quickly, Jimmy.