Trey Lance and Brock Purdy have each played 262 snaps at quarterback for the 49ers.
Here are their numbers.
Trey Lance (Passing): 56-102, 54.9%, 797 yards, 5 touchdowns, 3 interceptions, 33 first downs, 6 sacks, (-24 yards), 6.57 yards after catch/completion, 7.66 air yards per completion.
(Rushing): 54 attempts, 235 yards, 1 touchdown, 15 first downs
(Third down conversions): 19-52, 36.5%
Notes: Trey Lance was the third player selected in the 2021 draft. During his collegiate career at North Dakota State, he threw 318 passes and ran the ball 192 times in 19 games. San Francisco used three first round picks to acquire him along with a third 2022 third round pick.
Lance lost the first start of his career in week five of 2021 against the Arizona Cardinals. He bounced back in his second start, a must-win week 17 contest against the Houston Texans.
There was no George Kittle in three of Lance’s four starts and Christian McCaffrey was not a member of the 49ers.
Brock Purdy (Passing): 77-115, 67%, 912 yards, 8 touchdowns, 3 interceptions, 41 first downs, 7 sacks, (-48 yards), 5.7 yards after catch/completion, 6.1 air yards per completion.
(Rushing): 16 attempts, 9 yards, 1 touchdown, 4 first downs
(Third down conversions): 23-50, 46%
Notes: Brock Purdy was the taken with the 262nd and final pick in the 2022 draft. During his four seasons at Iowa State, Purdy threw 1,467 passes and ran the ball 365 times in 48 games.
After starting the season third on the depth chart Purdy became the backup after Lance was lost for the year with an ankle injury. He moved into the starting lineup after Jimmy Garoppolo went down with a foot injury on the 49ers opening series against Miami.
Despite losing Deebo Samuel just before halftime against Tampa Bay, Purdy helped lead the 49ers to the NFC West Championship the following week with a win in Seattle. The victory over the Seahawks was only the third for San Francisco in Seattle since 2010.
Playing with George Kittle and Christian McCaffrey, Purdy became the first quarterback since Kurt Warner to win his first three NFL starts and throw 2-or-more touchdown passes in each game.