Kyle Shanahan during 49ers-Cardinals post-game speech: ‘You guys are built for that’

Nov 18, 2019 at 6:29 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers have proven all season that they can win in several different ways. After a heartbreaking defeat during Week 10, San Francisco bounced back and beat the Arizona Cardinals in a hard-fought game that improved the team to 9-1.

"We knew we could win any type of game," head coach Kyle Shanahan told his players in the locker room following the win. "I didn't know it was going to be that type of game. [...] We don't always want to do it that way, but we found out all year, you guys are built for that, man. We can get so much better. It's not even close."


Next up for the 49ers is a tough three-game stretch that starts with the Green Bay Packers on Sunday night at Levi's Stadium and finishes with road games against the Baltimore Ravens and New Orleans Saints.





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