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The 49ers are looking Purdy good for the NFC! | NFL News


Purdy is in the talks to be MVP for the NFL. Photo: @nfl
Purdy is in the talks to be MVP for the NFL. Photo: @nfl

49ers Continue on a Roll: Purdy, Samuel, and McCaffrey Shine

San Francisco's resurgence in the 2023 NFL season is highlighted by stellar performances from quarterback Brock Purdy, wide receiver Deebo Samuel, and running back Christian McCaffrey. The 49ers are on an impressive run, and the trio is spearheading the team's success.


Brock Purdy's Precision Passing

In his second year, quarterback Brock Purdy has established himself as one of the most accurate passers in the league. Leading all qualified passers with a completion percentage of 70.2 and a passer rating of 116.9, Purdy is making a case for himself among the NFL elite.

Purdy's remarkable streak of seven consecutive games with a completion percentage of 70 or higher puts him in exclusive company. If he achieves the feat for an eighth straight game against Arizona, he will join the legendary Joe Montana, who accomplished this in 1989.

Additionally, Purdy's consistency has been evident in his career, with 12 games boasting a passer rating of 110 or higher since entering the league in 2022. A performance matching or surpassing this mark in the upcoming game will place him in the company of Justin Herbert with the second-most such games in a player's first two seasons.


Deebo Samuel's Historic Achievements

Wide receiver Deebo Samuel has been a revelation for the 49ers, contributing in multiple facets of the game. Samuel recently became the second player in NFL history to achieve at least 100 receiving yards, one touchdown reception, and one rushing touchdown in consecutive games, a feat previously accomplished by Timmy Brown in 1960.

Looking ahead to Week 15, Samuel has the opportunity to etch his name in the record books once again. If he records both a rushing touchdown and a receiving touchdown for the third consecutive game, he will join Pete Johnson, who achieved this in 1981.


Christian McCaffrey's Dual Threat Dominance

Running back Christian McCaffrey continues to be a dual threat, leading the league with 1,614 scrimmage yards. His versatility is showcased by his ability to amass 1,177 rushing yards and 437 receiving yards.


McCaffrey is on the cusp of making history. With 63 receiving yards against an opponent, he will become only the fourth player ever to record at least 1,000 rushing yards and 500 receiving yards in four or more career seasons. Joining the esteemed company of Marshall Faulk, Thurman Thomas, and Tiki Barber, McCaffrey's impact on the ground and through the air has been a cornerstone of the 49ers' success.


As the 49ers gear up for the latter stages of the season, the contributions of Purdy, Samuel, and McCaffrey are instrumental in the team's aspirations for postseason glory. With each game, they continue to etch their names in the storied history of the NFL.









This is Dez Barnes of Pretty Girls Love Sports, a journalist on the MTMV Sports platform. She is a retired US Army veteran, professional cheerleader, pet mom, and avid sports lover. Feel free to follow her writings as she dives into the latest sports news! You can find her on all social media channels @PGLOVESPORTS.

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