Kyle Shanahan on facing Seahawks in playoffs: Nothing matters what happened before

The San Francisco 49ers They reach the playoffs with a 10-game winning streak and will face the Seattle Seahawks in the first game of the NFL Super Wild Card Round.

During that winning streak, the 49ers went 6-0 against their NFC West division rivals. However, that means nothing to head coach Kyle Shanahan since will take each match regardless of previous matchups.

Nothing matters what happened before. Now it is a one game season and we must beat them to advance to next week” explained the head coach at a press conference.

During his analysis, Shanahan explained that has seen an overall improvement in the performance of the Seattle teammainly in the running attack.

“We faced them a month ago and their defense has changed. Their offense has run better in the last four, five games. I’m not surprised they’re in this position,” Shanahan said.

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The head coach also pointed out the importance of winning the division and secure their playoff position before the regular season ended.

“It’s the first time I’ve been in this position, but securing the divisional championship as early as we did changes everything. Your goal is always to make the playoffs and do your best, but knowing that we won the division a long time ago made it a constant challenge,” Shanahan said.

The 49ers clinched the NFC West championship since December 15 after beating the Seahawks at Lumen Field by a score of 21-13. This meant the twenty-second divisional crown in San Francisco franchise history.

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