Sure, the Niners have the best RB in the NFL and above average WRs and a great TE, but an elite Oline? LOL. That tells me you don't know all that much about the Niners. Outside of Williams at LT, the Niner Oline is very average.
For comparison look at the Oline in Philly. Hurts has an elite Oline in Philly. No one would confuse the Niners Oline with theirs. Not to mention he has 2 1,000yd WRs and a 1,000yd RB and a good TE. Yet no one is saying "well, Hurts isn't a franchise QB yet imo b/c I need to see him over a longer period of time without all those weapons."
Good call! I thought their offensive line was really good, but most post season ranking systems have them ranked around 13-15 in the league.
I'm really not being critical of Purdy, but just stating the obvious...he hasn't been around that long and has had an AMAZING team surrounding him. Again, he's been excellent, but I'm not sure I'm ready to label him a "franchise QB" quite yet. He looks like he may be one, but I think I would need a bit more longevity before I would crown him one. GREAT problem for the 49ers to have. They don't have to pay him for a few more years, and he is putting up amazing numbers. We'll see if he can keep it up! Vegas certainly thinks he will as they are the favorites to win it next year from what I've seen.
Hurts took plenty of criticism, and still does, but he did have 4 full seasons under his belt, 3 full seasons as a starter, before he got his payday. So I'm not sure that is a good comparison to Purdy who just finished his first full season as a starter.