This time last year, Brock Purdy was one of the biggest stories in the league as he went from being the last pick in the draft to leading his team to an NFC West title.
The midfielder isn’t surprising anyone this season, but he remains one of the most talked about players in the league. The main topic of conversation right now is Purdy’s MVP credentials. The 49ers are currently on track to be the top seed in the NFC playoffs and Purdy leads the league in completion percentage, yards per attempt and passer rating while leading the third highest scoring team in the league.
Purdy’s teammates She wasn’t shy on He promotes his cause Purdy got his chance to do the same during a Tuesday appearance on KNBR, but he said that’s not something he’s focused on as the 49ers move toward the end of the regular season.
“When I’m asked a question or things, the first thing that comes to my mind is… What an honor“I’m not taking anything away from that,” Purdy said via 49ersWebzone.com. It’s an honor, I’m very honored to hear that. But at the same time, I try to do what I can for this team, for this Sunday, for this training or this match. I don’t get involved in awards and things like that. If anything, I look at it as an award for the team. I have a great surrounding team. I have guys around me that all play, great defense, great special teams. This is a testament to the team I have.
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott is the front-runner for the award and the way the two teams stack up at the end of Week 18 could end up determining how voting is conducted.
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