49ers quarterback Steve Young's areas of improvement still need attention. Purdy Brock

Brock Purdy had a perfect passer rating of 158.3 in the San Francisco 49ers' 27-14 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. 

The quarterback completed 21 of 25 passes for 333 yards and three touchdowns. 

Steve Young, a former ESPN analyst and Hall of Fame player, believes there's room for improvement despite Purdy's stellar performance. 

Young highlights that Purdy doesn't fit the prototype of higher-drafted quarterbacks like Jalen Hurts and C.J. Stroud, who possess different physical qualities. 

Purdy is described as an anticipatory thrower, ahead of the game, but his playing style differs from quarterbacks with superior athleticism. 

Young points out that players like Hurts and Stroud can allow plays to fully develop, utilizing their athleticism to buy time, while Purdy has to release the ball more quickly. 

Despite Purdy's elite accuracy, the difference in playing style may pose challenges, especially in situations where Hurts and Stroud's athleticism plays a significant role. 

Young wants to see Purdy demonstrate an ability to come from behind, emphasizing the importance of this skill in higher-stakes games like the playoffs. 

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