In the times main up to Super Bowl LVIII, 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan stated he wasn’t all for other people’s narratives concerning his lack of ability to win the massive sport in reference to a query about giving up leads in earlier Super Bowl losses.
Those narratives shall be revived popping out of Sunday’s 25-22 time beyond regulation loss to the Chiefs in Las Vegas. The 49ers led by 10 factors within the first half and held leads within the fourth quarter and time beyond regulation, however they weren’t ready to shut issues out for a win.
In his postgame press convention, Shanahan was requested if there was a different tone in contrast to the 49ers’ earlier loss to the Chiefs or his loss to the Patriots whereas serving because the offensive coordinator of the 49ers.
“There’s nothing different to say, I mean I don’t care how you lose when you lose Super Bowls, especially ones you think you can pull off, it hurts,” Shanahan stated. “When you’re in the NFL, I think every team should hurt, except for one at the end. We’ve gotten pretty damn close, but we haven’t pulled it off. We’re hurting right now, but it doesn’t take away from how proud of our guys I am. I’m really proud of them today, too. As part of sports, as part of football, as part of life, as part of life. I’m glad we put ourselves out there. I love our team. We’ll recover, and we’ll be back next year strong.”
There have been stretches of the 2023 season when the 49ers seemed like the most effective workforce within the league and there’s a powerful basis to construct on for 2024, however the query of whether or not they can end will loom over every thing and something wanting it will lead to extra questions about whether or not Shanahan can get the workforce all the best way to the place it desires to go.