49ers' High-Scoring Streak Continues Despite Missed Connections: Jennings Defends Purdy's Overthrows

By: Manayaninfo.com

The San Francisco 49ers maintain their remarkable scoring streak, putting up 30+ points in six out of seven games with Brock Purdy as their starting quarterback. 

Despite their impressive scoring, the 49ers missed several explosive plays due to overthrows by Purdy, sparking discussions among fans and analysts. 

One such missed opportunity occurred in the second half when Purdy overshot a deep ball intended for Jauan Jennings, who had a clear path to a big gain. 

Jennings, when asked about Purdy's execution, defended his quarterback by acknowledging that miscommunications can happen and emphasizing the need to work on such plays in practice. 

Jennings explained that the missed connection was due to a slight miscommunication and a different look they hadn't practiced, highlighting the importance of being on the same page. 

Brandon Aiyuk echoed similar sentiments, emphasizing the need to connect on their part while recognizing that they left opportunities on the field despite their 30-point performance. 

Despite the occasional misses, Purdy has energized the 49ers' offense, which has been operating at near-maximum efficiency under his leadership, averaging 32.5 points per game in his seven regular-season starts. 

Both Jennings and Aiyuk expressed their commitment to improving their connections with Purdy and fine-tuning their offensive chemistry, aiming for even more explosive plays in the future. 

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