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The 49ers 27-14 win over the Bucs improved the 49ers’ season record to 7-3 and kept them in first place in the NFC West

Brock Purdy surprised fans with his perfect passer rating as the 49ers’ leading back, Baker Mayfield.

The San Francisco 49ers seem to be back to their early season form.

San Francisco defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27-14 on Sunday for their second straight win.

The win improved the 49ers’ season record to 7-3 and kept them in first place in the NFC West.

The 49ers had 420 yards of total offense and a 30-19 to 29-09 possession advantage.

Brandon Aiyuk had a strong showing for the 49ers in this game, recording five catches for 156 yards and one touchdown.


His connection with quarterback Brock Purdy was one of the highlights, and his sophomore signal-caller’s play was the story of the game.


Purdy completed 21 of 25 for 333 yards and three touchdowns, posting a perfect passer rating of 158.3.

This makes him the first 49ers quarterback to have a perfect passer rating since Joe Montana in 1989, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

According to Josh Dubow of the Associated Press, he became the first 49ers quarterback since Steve Young in 1998 to top .300 in consecutive home game yards.

Purdy’s recovery in recent weeks has been a welcome sight for 49ers fans, as his struggles during the team’s three-game losing streak in October raised concerns about his long-term stability as the team’s first-team quarterback.

It has become. Fans on social media denied earlier doubts and argued that Purdy should be considered as one of the NFL’s elite signal callers.

The 49ers appear to be a strong Super Bowl contender once again, and results in the coming weeks could go a long way in determining how easy or difficult their potential path to the playoffs will be.

San Francisco will play the Seattle Seahawks in two of the next three weeks. Both teams sit atop the NFC West, and one advantage over the other could be important in building up more home games in the postseason.

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