The San Francisco 49ers thrashed the Arizona Cardinals last night by a 38-13 score at Levi’s Stadium thanks to QB Brock Purdy’s three touchdowns. But the 49ers fans didn’t stop there to entertain themselves.
Brock Purdy again completed three touchdowns, stretching his record to six consecutive games. With his screeching rush on the Cardinals’ defensive heart, the 49ers got another dominant victory. They gave each other absolutely no space during the whole game. Purdy’s brilliance enraged fans after the game when he passed by them.
What actually happened at Levi’s Stadium?
With a sweet, uncontested triumph, the 23-year-old Purdy was heading back to the locker room by the stand near the tunnel. The fans were cheering and appreciating the youngster’s performance, and he threw his towel towards the right side of the tunnel as a token of gratitude. A 49ers fan became excited to earn the prize and created some funny material.
Brock Purdy has fans falling out of the stands 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/2p7xukp14d
— 49ers on NBCS (@NBCS49ers) January 9, 2023
The fan was so determined to catch the towel that he jumped high over the railing guard of the stand and fell hard on the ground. In doing so, he put himself and others in danger. He put his weight on a fan right beside him on that stand to jump, and he fell almost over another fan’s head.
From my pov 💀💀 pic.twitter.com/x7pISfWW13
— Alysha H (@AlyshaHartman3) January 9, 2023
However, he managed to keep the cherished prize eventually, which made all his effort worthwhile.
Brock was drafted as the last pick by San Francisco, making him Mr. Irrelevant. In the absence of his top two picks, he started for the 49ers. Mr. Irrelevant has since become relevant and is having a dream season for a rookie. He completed 66% of his passes for 1196 yards and 10 touchdowns this season.
The 49ers had already clinched the divisional title of the NFC West and became the second seed in the playoffs after a 10-game winning streak. Their fantastic season is mainly boosted by their rookie quarterback.