Former Falcons offensive coordinator and San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan disclosed his regrets from Super Bowl LI during a recent interview.
During the Super Bowl, the Falcons had the now infamous 28-3 lead over the Patriots in the third quarter. Tom Brady then began the Patriots’ comeback to win Super Bowl LI 34-28 in overtime.
In an episode of Pardon My Take, Shanahan discussed the Super Bowl and his play calling during the second half.
“I know what will be said every single time when you blow a lead and your run-pass ratio isn’t right,” Shanahan said. “But I also go through every situation as a play caller. I go through how many three and outs we had. I go through the coverages they were playing to stop the run.”
Watch Kyle Shanahan discuss Super Bowl LI below.
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