The Morning Roast: If that's Brock Purdy's worst game, we'll take it


For the first time in seven regular season games as an NFL player, Brock Purdy didn’t throw two touchdowns In fact, he didn’t account for any touchdowns through the air, just his quarterback sneak right before halftime.

Purdy finished the game 17-of-25 for 206 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions, while over throwing Brandon Aiyuk down the right sideline, Jauan Jennings over the middle and Deebo Samuel for a potential touchdown over the middle in the third quarter. On 95.7 The Game’s “The Morning Roast” hosts Bonta Hill and Joe Shasky discussed Purdy’s worst regular season game, statistically, as a pro.

“He’ll have a bigger stinker than this at some point,” Shasky said. “It's inevitable – you’re gonna have a multi interception game, those happen. … But you’re down 7 and it felt more constipated. It felt like they had more 3-and-outs than in weeks past or at least more punting opportunities, offensively. If this is bad as it’s been so far – sign me up. You win the game, you drop 30 and you don’t put the ball in harm’s way, you don’t take huge losses in terms of sacks, even though were under pressure at times. I thought he was really good in this game. Not great, but really good.”

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