All eyes are on Brock Purdy and Jalen Hurts in the 2023 NFC Championship Game between the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers. The two quarterbacks have been among the most pleasant surprises this season, and the way they perform Sunday will ultimately decide which team reaches the Super Bowl.

Hurts emerged as an MVP candidate in his third NFL season, going 14-1 with 35 total touchdowns and a 101.6 passer rating. Purdy has a perfect 7-0 record as a starting quarterback and the best passer rating of any rookie in history, just nine months removed from being picked last in the draft. The Eagles and 49ers have been the two clear best teams in the conference for some time.

How will Purdy and Hurts perform in the biggest game of their respective career? Here are predictions for two quarterback prop bets in the NFC Championship Game. Betting odds come from FanDuel Sportsbook.

Brock Purdy Over 0.5 Interceptions (-162)

The 49ers quarterback has gotten away with several passes that probably should've been intercepted in the playoffs. The Seattle Seahawks missed a few chances to pick off Purdy in the wild-card round. One week later, Purdy got away with a couple of errant throws in the divisional playoffs against the Dallas Cowboys.

Purdy is the only rookie quarterback to throw for over 200 yards and no interceptions in a playoff game. The 23-year-old is about to make his first playoff start on the road. Considering how shaky he's been at times this postseason, Purdy's luck will likely run out in Philadelphia.

The Eagles picked off Daniel Jones in the divisional playoffs after averaging an interception per game during the regular season, tying for the second-best mark in the NFC. In 10 home games, Philadelphia has 13 interceptions. The Eagles allow the lowest opponents' passer rating of any team in the conference.

Jalen Hurts Under 48.5 Rushing Yards (-114)

Hurts continues to admit that his sprained shoulder is still less than fully healed. Knowing this, the 49ers could place even more of an emphasis on stopping Hurts from using his legs, forcing him to throw and test his injured shoulder.

San Francisco's defense might have the best chance of any unit in the league to limit Hurts' rushing yards. Led by linebackers Dre Greenlaw and Fred Warner, the 49ers' No. 1 ranked defense gave up 77.7 rushing yards per game on a league-low 3.4 yards per carry in the regular season. The Cowboys had nearly identical rushing totals in the divisional round. When San Francisco faced Justin Fields earlier in the season, the best rushing quarterback was held to 28 yards on 11 attempts.

Hurts has only rushed for 47 yards total on 18 attempts in two games since returning from injury. In his last 14 games, the Eagles quarterback has rushed for 38 yards or fewer nine times.

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Jalen Hurts #2 of the Philadelphia Eagles runs the ball against the New Orleans Saints at Lincoln Financial Field on December 13, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mitchell Leff/Getty Images