The 2022 Jimmy Garoppolo 49ers will be fine, if possibly a little boring

The San Francisco 49ers gave up a 10-0 lead last week in a 19-10 loss to the Chicago Bears thanks to monsoon-lite conditions at Soldier Field 

They didn't need to battle with either in Week 2 and improved to 1-1 accordingly.

Sensible climate in St Nick Clara and a first quarter, season-finishing lower leg injury for Spear prompted Jimmy Garoppolo's victorious re-visitation of the setup.

What we saw from the starter-turned-reinforcement turned-starter was for the most part certain.

He finished 62% of his passes, lost zero yards by means of sack, kept away from turnovers and scored two scores — one on the ground

He wasn't approached to do a lot. He surely didn't show the sort of downfield passing assault Kyle Shanahan needed so gravely from his quarterback.

Just three of Garoppolo's passes covered in excess of 15 yards downfield.

This wasn't an issue in light of the fact that the Seahawks are terrible, however it will probably remove pages from Shanahan's playbook.

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