Ravens star sends strong clear message to Brock Purdy

“The word around the league is he’s a system quarterback, and I just think that’s not true.”

The NFL’s Christmas Day lineup is set to culminate in what might turn out to be one of the most anticipated games of the season, as the 11-3 Baltimore Ravens head west to take on the equally impressive 11-3 San Francisco 49ers.

The quarterback for the Niners has been generating considerable buzz as a potential MVP candidate lately, with many tipping him as the frontrunner as the season reaches its climax.

Although Purdy’s stats this season have been impressive – completing 268 out of 384 passes for 3,795 yards and leading the NFL with 29 passing touchdowns – there are still critics who label the former seventh-round draft pick as nothing more than a product of the system.


ND star Kyle Hamilton to miss rest of season with knee injury? | Yardbarker


Ravens safety Kyle Hamilton strongly disagrees with this assessment. “The talk around the league is that he’s a system quarterback, and I just don’t see it that way,” Hamilton commented via 49ers Web Zone. “From what I’ve observed, he’s executing every type of throw a quarterback can make, making timely and accurate passes, displaying good decision-making skills. He’s agile and benefits from having a great supporting cast. But overall, he’s genuinely exceptional, and credit goes to him.”

Purdy has a chance to potentially surpass several of the Niners’ single-season passing records this year. His 3,795 yards put him within reach of Jeff Garcia’s 4,278 yards in 2000. Moreover, he’s just seven touchdowns away from matching Steve Young’s 36 in 1998.

Should he secure the NFL MVP title, Purdy would join an elite group of four 49ers to have received the award, alongside Young, Joe Montana, and John Brodie.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.