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‘The sky’s the limit’ for 49ers QB Brock Purdy, says Kyle Juszczyk

Nov 15, 2023 at 12:00 PM--


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Brock Purdy faced significant scrutiny during the San Francisco 49ers' recent three-game losing streak, with some wondering if the quarterback had been overhyped during the team's 5-0 start to the season. Purdy used the bye week to recharge physically and mentally, gearing up for the challenges ahead.

"To be able to step away from the game, take a breather, understand where we're at, what we have to do, was huge for me to clear my mind and then come back excited for the second half and the stretch of football that we have to play, some good football that we have to play," Purdy said last week.

In response to the critics, Purdy delivered a stellar performance on Sunday, showcasing one of his best outings since being selected as the final overall pick in last year's draft. Completing 19 of 26 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns, Purdy earned a career-high passer rating of 148.9.

"I think the sky's the limit for this guy," the quarterback's teammate, fullback Kyle Juszczyk, confidently said on the Ross Tucker Podcast. "He works his absolute tail off. He has such a great understanding of this offense. He's an incredible leader for such a young guy on a veteran team, too. I just have so much respect for him being able to step into a huddle and command that huddle and tell us what needs to be done."

Some recent criticism stemmed from Purdy's five interceptions during the three-game losing streak. That came after playing mistake-free football through the season's first five games.

Purdy could do no wrong against a Jaguars defense that has been very good at generating takeaways. Even his most questionable passing decision resulted in a touchdown to wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk.

"And I just think he's extreme. I think he's a really talented football player," Juszczyk continued. "I think he plays quarterback very, very well and at a really high level. And I think with the guys he's got around him, there's no limit to where this guy can go."




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