NFL Week 13: What we learned from Sunday’s games


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.

49ers 15, Bears 14

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

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