NFL: ‘Mr. Irrelevant’ makes Brady look old

The “Insignificant Mr. Boy” scored a touchdown himself and each threw the pass for two more. He is now the first quarterback in NFL history to make his first starting XI against a Brady team and not lose. All of this was possible because the other two game creators, Jimmy Garoppolo and Trey Lance, are injured. With a strong defense, the 49ers backed up their right to a playoff spot and can secure it Thursday with a win against the Seattle Seahawks.

“It was unreal,” Purdy said of meeting Brady on the court after the game. “When I was a kid, I saw him do it in every Super Bowl over the years, and to be able to high-five with him now is great.” Purdy, who previously played for Iowa State College, was selected this year in the draft as the ninth quarterback at No. 262 and last. “He did a great job, I think everybody saw it,” 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan said, praising the rookie.

Brock Purdy was selected last in the NFL draft, with three touchdowns against Tampa Bay on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Buccaneers continue to lead the NFC South despite having a negative record of six wins and seven losses. “We’re not consistent enough in a game too often, especially not today,” said Brady, 45, whose team feels the breath of the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons on his neck. Both are just one win away from the Buccaneers.

Philadelphia as the first team in the playoffs
Philadelphia has no such concerns. The 2017/18 champions were the first team to reach the play-offs. Coach Nick Sirianni’s team celebrated a superior 48:22 victory against the New York Giants on the 14th day of play. With a record of 12 wins and just one loss, the Eagles are no longer a playoff spot in the National Football Conference (NFC).

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