• December 25, 2022
  • Adil Shahzad
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St Nick CLARA, Calif. — (AP) — Brock Purdy shook off a lazy first half and did what he has done since taking over as beginning quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers: He conveyed enormous plays.

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Purdy tossed two more lengthy score passes to George Kittle and the 49ers beat the Washington Leaders 37-20 on Saturday for their eighth consecutive success.

“He’s simply getting the ball to us,” Kittle said. “He’s perfect with the football. He puts it on track. He permits folks to go for it. He’s super wise in the backfield and makes folks miss.

“His certainty is through the rooftop at present and I don’t have the foggiest idea why it wouldn’t be.”

Purdy kept up his noteworthy play since stepping in for the harmed Jimmy Garoppolo right off the bat in Week 13, looking better than anticipated for the player picked rearward in the current year’s NFL draft.

He has tossed two TD passes in four straight games for the 49ers (11-4) and won every one of the three of his beginnings as San Francisco saves the strain on Minnesota in the race for the No. 2 seed in the NFC.

Purdy joined the Lobby of Famer Kurt Warner as the main quarterback since begins started being followed in 1950 to win his initial three beginnings while tossing various score passes in each game.

“I don’t ponder getting increasingly familiar or any such thing,” he said. “I have that equivalent fire and drive as before when I wasn’t playing. I need to go in and I need to demonstrate to my colleagues and gain an appreciation for each play, each snap, each drive.”

Taylor Heinicke tossed two TD passes for Washington (7-7-1) yet additionally lost a bumble and tossed a capture in the final quarter. He was supplanted after his second giveaway via Carson Wentz and mentor Ron Rivera said he hadn’t concluded which quarterback will begin one week from now.

The Commandants are winless in their last three games yet at the same time hold a half-game lead over Seattle and Detroit in the race for last season’s finisher spot in the NFC.

“Nothing’s different, we’re still experiencing the same thing we were in going into this,” Waterways said. “We control our fate. We win the following two, we allow ourselves an opportunity, so that depends on us.”

The Niners tore the game open in the second last quarter thanks to a few additional enormous plays from Purdy. They took the initial opening shot of the last part and headed to the go-on score when Kittle got open profound for a 34-yard score that he took away from the expected objective, colleague Beam McCloud.

Kittle scored some other time in the quarter on a 33-yard catch and race to make it 21-7. Kittle likewise had two TD gets last week, giving him a vocation high eight on the season.

“He makes my occupation simple,” Purdy said. “He wins the one-man matchups with his speed and everything. You give the fella the ball, he’ll take off.”

San Francisco exploited large plays generally match-up, likewise scoring their most memorable score on a 71-yard end around by McCloud.

Scratch Bosa and the Niners guard wrapped up the work with Bosa laying out one field objective by Robbie Gould with a strip-sack of Heinicke and San Francisco adding one more after Jimmie Ward got a capture somewhere down in Washington region.

Wentz, playing interestingly since Week 6, tossed a 20-yard TD pass to Curtis Samuel however it was short of what was needed for Washington.


The Leaders exploited two or three tipped passes to tie the game late in the primary half.

The first came when Purdy seemed to finish a toss over the center to Jauan Jennings. However, Jennings bobbled the ball and tipped it right to Darrick Forrest for a capture.

On the following drive, Washington changed over a third-and-5 on a pass that Jahan Dotson bobbled before getting off a kickback.

That set up Heinicke’s 4-yard TD pass to Dotson that made it 7-7 at the break.


The two groups got halted on fourth down in the red zone in the main half.

San Francisco headed to the 15 on its most memorable drive before Christian McCaffrey was come by David Mayo for no increase on a fourth-and-1 pitch from fullback Kyle Juszczyk.

Washington got down to the 1 from the get-go in the second quarter when Antonio Gibson was full-on fourth somewhere near Fred Warner and Javon Kinlaw.

The Authorities got halted again in the second from last quarter on fourth and 1 from their own 34.


Authorities: LB Jon Bostic (pectoral) left in the final part and didn’t return. … DE James Smith-Williams passed on in the final quarter to be assessed for a head injury.

49ers: CB Charvarius Ward went to the storage space with queasiness in the final part, yet got back to the game.

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