Brock Purdy And the San Francisco 49ers His fantasy performance probably was overshadowed and ruined by the chaos on Saturday and Sunday, which he played on Thursday in Week 15. But we can’t ignore how Brock Purdy is a legend.
“Mr. Irrelevant” no longer.
Purdy managed 16.48 fantasy points in his third career-start, but it is his entire body of work since taking over as signal caller for 9ers that has opened eyes to both fantasy and reality. Purdy has a 6 to1 TD/INT ratio in his three games. He’s also thrown two touchdowns every game. (He’s also run a score).
He is the latest in an endless line of quarterbacks to emerge from relative poverty and succeed in Kyle Shanahan’s system.
Purdy also has an arsenal of elite weapons. Christian McCaffrey, George Kittle And Brandon Aiyuk. He’s set up for success — but can you trust him in Week 16, the all-important fantasy football playoff semifinals?
Purdy’s matchup for fantasy managers in Superflex and 2QB leagues isn’t too bad in Week 16. Purdy will take on the Washington CommandersThey rank slightly higher than the middle-of-the pack vs. quarterbacks. As we saw in Week 14, Purdy is capable of overcoming even the most difficult defenses. He was awarded 21.70 fantasy points. Tampa Bay Buccaneers In his second career start.
Hey, I get it — it can be hard to trust a relatively unproven product in fantasy, especially when we’re playing for all the marbles. Sometimes, however, the most bold moves can bring the greatest rewards.
As the fantasy playoffs for most leagues continue, you can rely on our Week 16 expert rankings to assist with making the toughest lineup decisions.