Purdy Sees Tough Loss as Learning Opportunity

Purdy Sees Tough Loss as Learning Opportunity

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 25: Brock Purdy #13 of the San Francisco 49ers attempts a pass against the Baltimore Ravens during the second quarter on December 25, 2023 at Leviand#039 Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

The San Francisco 49ers got a big reality check on Monday. There’s no shame in losing to an elite team like the Baltimore Ravens, but the way they lost was pretty concerning considering they could meet again in the Super Bowl. Regardless, all of the Niners players took the criticism with their chin up and talked about how they can bounce back from this tough loss and how they continue to be the best team in the NFC.

In particular, this includes QB Brock Purdy, who threw four interceptions before leaving the game with late concussions. When asked about the loss, Purdy said it was a great learning experience for him and his teammates. Purdy noted that he won’t be perfect from here on out, but that tough loss gave him a chance to make some changes (via ProFootballTalk):


“It’s a great learning experience just in terms of not paying attention to what’s going on around you and what’s being said,” Purdy said, via 49ersWebzone.com. “Instead, execute in the moment, make the right reads, be consistent, protect the ball, all those things. It’s such a good learning experience.” The former Mr. Irrelevant also believes it’s time for a reality check because it’s easy to do everything you can and just think you’ll be fine when things go your way, so losses help you balance things out and realize where you really are . .

Purdy received a lot of criticism for his performance, although his two interceptions did not concern him. There were countless doubts about his ability to get the job done and lead the Niners to the promised land. But with the season right around the corner, he’ll have more than enough opportunities to prove the doubters wrong once and for all.

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