January 19, 2017, Flowery Branch - Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan speaks during the Falcons press conference as they prepare to play the Packers in the NFC Championship game in Flowery Branch, Georgia, on Thursday, January 19, 2017. (DAVID BARNES / DAVID.BARNES@AJC.COM)
Photo: Jeff Schultz/Jeff Schultz blog
Photo: Jeff Schultz/Jeff Schultz blog

Kyle Shanahan on Super Bowl LI: ‘Any time you lose a game you regret everything’

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.