The San Francisco 49ers saw their season come to a disappointing finish this past weekend.
Despite an amazing season that saw them win 13 regular season games, seemingly everything went against them in the NFC Championship.
Not only did quarterback Brock Purdy get hurt in the first quarter, but backup quarterback Josh Johnson left the game as well.
San Francisco was faced with a situation that is rarely seen in the NFL.
They had no healthy quarterbacks to go into the game once Johnson went down.
Purdy suffered an injury to his right throwing elbow, making it almost impossible for him to throw.
So that prompted tight end George Kittle to ask Purdy if his left arm was up for the task.
George Kittle asking if Brock Purdy is ambidextrous 😂pic.twitter.com/3m8MnTakZy
— PFF (@PFF) February 2, 2023
Since Purdy was not ambidextrous the 49ers found themselves in a terrible spot.
Almost the entire second half they were unable to throw the ball, even when they were trailing by multiple scores.
For the game, the Niners completed 11 passes for 83 yards.
They were so desperate they even had Christian McCaffrey throw a pass in the second half.
San Francisco was hindered by injuries all season long, but unfortunately, they could not overcome them in the last game.
It was reported that Purdy needs Tommy John surgery, which could leave him out all of next season.
The 49ers are going to have some tough calls on their hands with what to do at quarterback.
But, the most likely situation is that they go back to Trey Lance as the starter.
In a season where the 49ers had four injuries to quarterbacks, one would think their injury luck will be better next season.NEXT: Kyle Shanahan Continues To Impact NFL Coaching