Brock Purdy Makes NFL History with Flawless Performance

Brock Purdy led the 49ers to a 27-14 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Purdy completed 21-of-25 passes for 333 yards with three touchdowns.

He posted a perfect 158.3 passer rating, the first time a 49ers quarterback has done so since Joe Montana in 1989.

Purdy's 25 attempts on the afternoon are the most in franchise history by a quarterback with a perfect passer rating.

Since Week 10, Purdy has posted an absurd 157.3 passer rating, the highest by any quarterback in NFL history over a two-game span.

Despite his brilliance, Purdy is far from satisfied.

He said after the win that he wishes he had some plays back.

Purdy's MVP bid will likely fall short due to the system quarterback tag that plagues him and the fact that he'll split votes with teammate Christian McCaffrey.

Nevertheless, the stats prove he's one of the league's premier players at his position. Purdy is the only quarterback in the NFL to rank in the top six for completion

percentage (70.2), passing yards (2,662), and passing touchdowns (18) while throwing five or fewer interceptions on the season.