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Twitter reacts after Jimmy Garoppolo fight against 49ers Titans: ‘No one to blame but himself for this loss’

Jimmy Garoppolo struggled immensely in the 49ers’ 20-17 loss to the Titans on Thursday night.

While he finished with 322 yards through the air and a touchdown, Garoppolo threw two costly interceptions, nearly threw two more picks and missed an open teammate for a touchdown. His first interception came with San Francisco in the red zone, when Garoppolo forced a pass to George Kittle who had no chance of reaching tight end.

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“[It was] George and I are not on the same page, “Garoppolo said after the game.” I have to get it right, complete it and it should be a touchdown. He played the corner quite well. We should have had a touchdown there. “

Garoppolo also missed an easy chance to hit fullback Kyle Juszczyk for a touchdown, which would have given the 49ers a bigger cushion heading into halftime. He then threw his second interception during the 49ers’ first drive in the second half. That selection led to a Titans touchdown.

The 30-year-old’s greatest difficulties came when he attempted to throw deep or intermediate passes in the middle of the field. Both interceptions came on passes that traveled more than five yards in the air, and he nearly threw two more interceptions on bad passes down the middle.

San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan didn’t seem overly concerned about Garoppolo’s performance. His comments on Garoppolo’s performance can be seen below.

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However, many Twitter users did not feel the same. Many fans were calling for rookie backup quarterback Trey Lance to enter the game, and even replace Garoppolo for the remainder of the season.

With the loss to the Titans, the 49ers fell to 8-7, but remained the sixth seed in the NFC playoffs image. They will face the Texans in Week 17 and the Rams in Week 18 to end their season.

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