Most of the early Sunday Week 13 games have ended. Several teams are making their push for the playoffs. Here are some of our big takeaways from today so far:
» Jimmy Garoppolo looked every bit a franchise quarterback in his first start for the San Francisco 49ers.
» There’s been a lot of chatter about who the third best team in the AFC is, but if Blake Bortles is competent, it might just be the Jags.
» Rodgers’ return can’t come soon enough for the Packers — if there’s something left to play for in the team’s quest to stay afloat in the razor-thin NFC wild-card race.
1. Jimmy Garoppolo looked every bit a franchise quarterback in his first start for the San Francisco 49ers. Making his third career start, Tom Brady’s former backup looked fantastic on a bevy of pinpoint bullets over the middle against the Bears soft zones. Jimmy G’s accuracy was sublime, and his pocket presence veteran-level. There were no bombs, but the QB is anything but a check-down machine, consistently picking up chunk gains to move the chains. Just before the two-minute warning on 3rd-and-9, Garoppolo hit Trent Taylor in stride for a
Article source: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000886960/article/nfl-week-13-what-we-learned-from-sundays-games
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