October 26, 2021

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Green Bay Packers v San Francisco 49ers

Jimmy Garoppolo: You leave Aaron Rodgers anytime, you never know what could happen

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37 seconds left on the clock Sunday night after that Kyle JoczykHe put the 49ers’ relegation ahead 28-27 and that proved to be enough time Aaron Rodgers To achieve a victory for the packers.

Rodgers hit two passes for Davant Adams For 52 yards to set up Mason CrosbyThe game-winning 51-yard field goal, which left the 49ers to contemplate the win, slipped between their fingers. back Fred Warner He regrets not being able to get his hand on one of Adams’s throws, and many lamented leaving time on the clock for the Packers to return.

“It wasn’t really something I had in mind,” Juszczyk said as he slashed through defenders on his way to the end and centre-back. Jimmy Garoppolo “You won’t bother with him because he scored,” he said, even though he had in mind the clock at the end of the match.

“Okay, You are always conscious from [the clock]Garoppolo said, via 49ersWebZone.com. “In this case, there’s a lot of different things going on. But yeah, game clock, you’re always trying to get as low as you can. It’s tough when you have a guy like Aaron on the other side. You Leave it any time-You never know what could happen. I mean, the guy did it in 36, 37 seconds. You have to tip your hat to him sometimes.”

The 49ers offense did its part by scoring the green light. Their defense was less successful, resulting in another feather for Rodgers’ cap before the night out in Santa Clara.

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