Brock Purdy’s Remarkable Stats Against the Eagles
Quarterback Brock Purdy delivered an outstanding performance in the recent matchup against the Eagles, showcasing his prowess on the field.
In a display of precision and skill, Purdy completed 19 of his 27 passing attempts, accumulating an impressive 314 yards and securing four touchdowns. His stellar performance earned him a remarkable passer rating of 148.8.
Key Highlights of Purdy’s Performance:
- Passing Attempts: 27
- Passing Yards: 314
- Touchdowns: 4
- Passer Rating: 148.8
This notable achievement propelled Purdy’s total touchdown count for the season to 23 and marked his 36th career touchdown. Of particular significance is Purdy’s exceptional feat of throwing four or more touchdowns in multiple games within a single season, a feat not accomplished by a 49ers quarterback since Jimmy Garoppolo in 2019.
Furthermore, Purdy’s remarkable completion percentage of 70.4% extends his streak to six consecutive games, representing the longest such streak by a 49ers quarterback since Joe Montana in the 1989 season. Montana achieved an impressive eight consecutive games with a completion percentage of 70% or higher, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
Brock Purdy’s achievements this season also position him in the company of legendary quarterbacks. His four games with three or more touchdown passes and a passer rating of 140.0 or higher tie him with former quarterback Tom Brady (2007) and New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers (2011) for the most such games in a single season in NFL history.
Moreover, Purdy’s five games with a passer rating of 140.0 or higher in his first two seasons set a new record, establishing him as the NFL quarterback with the most such games in their first two seasons in league history.