How PFF Purdy rated, 49, in an impressive win over the Seahawks

It was an impressive night for Brock Purdy in the 49ers’ 21-13 win over the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday, and his PFF score gives more insight into his performance.

The entire 49ers roster was dented at Lumen Field but Purdy, who was pulling it off with oblique rib injuries, had a stellar performance in one of the most hostile environments in the NFL.

Coach Kyle Shanahan believes Purdy’s maturity looks far beyond his years.

“He’s definitely the most balanced rookie ever,” Shanahan said after the game. “He’s been like that since he got here. From what I heard about him in college, I think he was very similar. He’s been on his toes all week.”

“Even he wasn’t sure if he was going to be able to go or not, I think that was uncomfortable for him because he didn’t know what to expect until he got into the game. Under the circumstances, we didn’t have any options or other options, but he He got comfortable and got better as the game progressed. It was unbelievable.”

Purdy completed 17 of his 26 attempts for 217 yards, threw two touchdown passes and was on the field for all 64 offensive plays. The Iowa product’s ability to play at a high level through his injuries to help lead the 49ers to an NFC West-clinching victory earned Purdy more Out of respect from teammates and coaches.

Here are PFF’s scores from the 49ers’ Week 15 win:

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QB Brooke Purdy – 70.3

Purdy completed four of his seven attempts for 126 yards with two touchdown passes on throws of 10 yards or more downfield. Over the last three games, the freshman has completed 14 of his 20 attempts for 312 yards with four touchdown passes, one interception, and has a 131.3 passer rating on passes of 10 yards or more.

After being attacked on 30 percent of downs by the Miami Dolphins and 41 percent by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Seahawks only hit Purdy twice Thursday night (7.1 percent), the lowest amount they’ve ever taken offense at any quarterback this season. The NFL average is 27 percent.

Purdy’s goal depth average of 6.5 yards Thursday night was by far the highest of his three games (5.4 against Miami, 5.9 against Tampa Bay).

T. George Keitel – 91.9

Kettle caught four of his five targets for 93 yards and two touchdowns. Fifty-nine of the All-Pro’s 93 yards came after the catch, while he forced three missed tackles. Kittle also had an 87.3 block run score.

RB Christian McCaffrey – 72.6

The All-Pro running back was the backbone of the offense, carrying the ball 26 times for 108 yards and one touchdown with 56 yards after connecting and forcing five tackles.

Lined up in the backfield for 51 snaps, the Stanford product was in the slot for five plays and went out once wide.

McCaffrey was on the field for 57 of 64 snaps of offense, or 89 percent, and was targeted eight times, catching six passes for 30 yards.

RB Jordan Mason – 91.4

Mason was on the field for only seven snaps, recording four carries for 64 yards. His 4.73 yards per carry after contact is the highest among running backs with 30 or more this season. Seattle’s Rashad Penny finishes second behind Mason with 4.23 yards after connecting with 57 carries.

Offensive line:

  • LT Trent Williams – 80.4 (one wheel)
  • LG Aaron Banks – 51.4 (one wheel, 72.8 pass blocking, 47.3 pass blocking)
  • C. Jake Brendel – 69.3 (one hit)
  • RG Daniel Brunskill 78.6 (one hit)
  • RG Spencer Burford – 44.4 (no pressure, 83.6 pass blocking, 38.1 run blocking)
  • RT Mike McGlinchey – 76.7 (no tap allowed)


De Nick Bosa – 90.8

Bossa’s six pressures led the team. The quarterback tied the All-Pro with his 2021 total of 15.5 with three games remaining. Bossa recorded two hits and three hurries.

DL Kerry Hyder – 79.6

High production for a triple from Hyder, who was only in the field for 15 pass rushing games.

Defense line:

  • Arik Armstead – 73.0 (one hit, four acceleration)
  • Samson Abukam – 60.8 (one sack, one hit, one hurried)
  • Charles Omeniho – 72.6 (one hit, one hurry)
  • Jordan Willis – 54.6 (2 wheels)
  • Drake Jackson – 54.5 (one hit)
  • Ty McGill – 36.0 (one wheel)
  • Achim Spence – 39.5 (one in a hurry)

CB Diodorus Lenoir – 78.5

The NFL’s second-year cornerback notched 10 total tackles and had six total tackles that were nullified by Bossa’s passer penalty. Lenoir allowed catches on all seven of his targets, but they only accounted for 52 yards, and the defensive back had catches on three of them.

LB Fred Warner – 78.5

The All-Pro linebacker recorded eight total tackles while only allowing one catch for four on two yards in coverage.

CB Charvarius Ward – 77.1

The cornerback allowed five catches on seven targets for just 44 yards, while also recording two pass breakups and four total stops.

Ward briefly left the game and was assessed for a concussion but was cleared and re-entered the game. One day later, he was placed on the concussion protocol.

Talk about – 75.8

The safety was all over the field, recording one quarterback sack and one forced fumble. While Hufanga allowed one catch, a touchdown, on two targets for 10 yards, he also recorded a pass breakup.

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The Seahawks’ goal depth Geno Smith averaged just 4.4 yards and the quarterback was under pressure 17 of his 48 points, or 35.4 percent.

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