Brock Purdy Shared His Feelings On 'Game Manager' Label

More often than not the term "game manager" carries a negative connotation in the NFL, but Niners quarterback Brock Purdy is embracing the idea.

Asked about his "manager" title at today's Super Bowl media day, Purdy said he doesn't really take offense to it.

"I feel like it can be a compliment at times, where it's like, 'Alright, you've got a guy that can come in and run the system well,'" the San Francisco QB said. 

"I feel like that's a compliment. I think you're doing things right, mentally, and obviously, you're good enough to be able to hit guys that are open and make plays."

Purdy continued, saying "You know, there's 32 teams in the NFL, and there's not a lot of people that can come in and play the quarterback position well in the NFL. 

It's a hard job. So, if you're saying that I'm a game manager and I don't look flashy in how I do it, I mean, that's your opinion, and that's OK."

There hasn't been much to complain about when it comes to Purdy's play this season and pretty much every great quarterback has had great weapons too.

We'll see if he can continue to push the right buttons this Sunday.