6'2'' / 225 lbs
Garoppolo completed 16 of 24 passes for 185 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Bills.
Garoppolo orchestrated a touchdown drive on the Raiders' opening possession, completing all three of his passes for 45 yards -- highlighted by a 16-yard connection with Davante Adams for the score. However, he was intercepted one drive later and his day continued to spiral from there as he was unable to consistently connect with any skill-position players besides Adams and Josh Jacobs. Through two games in Las Vegas, Garoppolo has shown the ability to run the offense efficiently at times, but he's also turned the ball over three times.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Passing Stats||Rushing Stats||Advanced Passing Stats||Targets|
|2 SEA||Outdoor 64°||16.7||14th||-8.5||40.5||21||13||154||1||0||61.9||100.1||4||5||1||5||71%||0%||19%||86%||10%||5%|
|3 @DEN||Outdoor 72°||8.4||30th||-1.5||44.5||29||18||211||1||1||62.1||81.3||1||0||0||7||69%||67%||21%||69%||14%||17%|
|4 LA||Outdoor 73°||13.9||18th||-2.5||42.5||27||16||239||1||0||59.3||100.7||1||3||0||3||67%||0%||14%||67%||4%||22%|
|5 @CAR||Outdoor 66°||18.0||9th||-5.5||39.5||30||18||253||2||0||60.0||109.4||1||-1||0||6||83%||33%||27%||57%||23%||20%|
|6 @ATL||Dome 76°||16.9||10th||-3.5||45.5||41||29||296||2||2||70.7||87.0||3||11||0||3||78%||0%||11%||61%||12%||27%|
|7 KC||Outdoor 66°||16.3||10th||0.5||47.5||37||25||303||2||1||67.6||99.3||2||2||0||6||68%||50%||9%||57%||19%||24%|
|8 @LA||Outdoor 76°||17.7||13th||1.5||41.5||25||21||235||2||0||84.0||132.5||1||3||0||5||84%||50%||24%||28%||44%||28%|
|10 LAC||Outdoor 57°||15.9||18th||-7.5||45.5||28||19||240||0||0||67.9||94.3||5||3||1||5||71%||0%||15%||64%||29%||7%|
|11 @ARZ||Outdoor 64°||25.4||4th||-10.0||43.5||29||20||228||4||0||69.0||131.9||1||3||0||4||72%||25%||13%||55%||24%||21%|
|12 NO||Outdoor 59°||13.3||21st||-8.0||43.5||37||26||222||1||0||70.3||94.7||4||4||0||4||73%||0%||17%||62%||27%||11%|
|13 MIA||Outdoor 38°||2.2||32nd||-5.0||46.5||4||2||56||0||0||50.0||95.8||0||0||0||17||100%||100%||0%||50%||25%||25%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Passing Averages||Rushing Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2014 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Passing Stats||Rushing Stats||Advanced Passing Stats||Targets|
Garoppolo (ankle) was a full practice participant Thursday.
The Raiders haven't revealed whether Garoppolo's listed ankle injury is related to his surgically repaired left foot, but his upgrade from limited practice participation Wednesday to full participation Thursday erases any concern about his availability for Sunday's game in Buffalo. Garoppolo proved to be an effective game manager in the Raiders' 17-16 win over the Broncos in Week 1, committing just one turnover (an interception) while completing 20 of 26 pass attempts for 200 yards and two touchdowns to go with an additional nine yards on the ground.
Garoppolo (ankle) was listed as a limited participant in practice Wednesday.
Garoppolo dealt with a foot injury prior to the season but looked spry in his Raiders debut, sealing a 17-16 Week 1 victory over the Broncos with an eight-yard scramble on 3rd-and-7 to get the game-clinching first down. It's unclear whether this ankle injury is connected to Garoppolo's prior foot problem, but regardless, it isn't expected to affect his availability Sunday in Buffalo, as Garoppolo indicated to Vic Tafur of The Athletic after Wednesday's practice that the quarterback is doing fine.
Garoppolo completed 20 of 26 pass attempts for 200 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in Sunday's 17-16 win over the Broncos.
Garoppolo had a successful debut with the Raiders after signing a three-year, $67.5 million contract this past offseason. The 31-year-old looked healthy following offseason foot surgery, completing 77 percent of his passes and even taking off for an eight-yard scramble to extend a drive. Garoppolo got off to a good start against a tough defense, but he doesn't excite as a starter in fantasy. He will face another stiff test with his new club when the Raiders stay on the road to take on the Bills in Week 2.
Garoppolo completed all four pass attempts for 39 yards in the Raiders' 34-17 preseason win over the Rams on Saturday night.
Garoppolo was in for the Raiders' opening possession and led a crisp nine-play, 68-yard march during which he completed passes to four different targets. It was the veteran's official Raiders debut, and consequently, the first opportunity to prove his health after last season's foot issues. Garoppolo gave way to Brian Hoyer after that first drive as head coach Josh McDaniels clearly looked to limit his exposure, but it's certainly possible he gets more run in the preseason finale against the Cowboys next Saturday night.
Garoppolo is expected to start Saturday's preseason game against the Rams, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Garoppolo didn't play in the preseason opener, so this will be his Raiders debut. We shouldn't expect him to play more than a couple series, if that, and rookie Aidan O'Connell figures to lead the Vegas quarterbacks in snaps for this one. Garoppolo will look to knock some rust off in his first action since last season's foot surgery.
Garoppolo won't play in Sunday's preseason opener versus San Francisco, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.
Garoppolo was suited up for warmups, but he'll ultimately watch the exhibition from the sidelines, along with Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow and Michael Mayer. The veteran's next chance to make his Raiders debut will come Saturday versus the Rams.
Coach Josh McDaniels noted that there are no restrictions on Garoppolo (foot) to start training camp, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
That said, McDaniels indicated that the Raiders would handle the QB as they would any player coming off an injury, which suggests that Garoppolo's practice reps will be managed to a degree in the coming weeks. The 31-year-old, who signed a three-year, $72.75 million deal with Las Vegas in March, is in line to take over as the team's starting signal-caller following the offseason release of Derek Carr. In the depth mix behind Garoppolo at the onset of training camp are Brian Hoyer, Aidan O'Connell and Chase Garbers.
Garoppolo (foot) passed his physical Sunday and is expected to be fully available for the start of training camp Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Garoppolo spent the offseason recovering from left foot surgery, and there were some concerns about his availability to start 2023. The Raiders included a clause in the three-year deal Garoppolo signed in March that would allow the team to terminate his contract if he failed a physical. However, that conversation can likely be put to rest when the veteran quarterback is back on the field next week. If healthy, Garoppolo figures to be the frontrunner for the starting gig, while veteran Brian Hoyer and rookie Aidan O'Connell compete for backup duties.