Kyle Shanahan: “Why do you decide to let them down? He continued his frightened remarks by saying,

Kyle Shanahan thinks his San Francisco 49ers gave one of their best, most comprehensive efforts to date on Sunday night. The squad defeated the Dallas Cowboys 42–10 thanks to dominance on all fronts, including special teams, defense, and offense.

Even with a comfortable lead, that doesn’t mean Shanahan felt comfortable. The coach has witnessed swift turnarounds in games. In fact, with his 49ers ahead 21-7 at the half, Shanahan was a touch impatient. He believed that they squandered chances to greatly extend the lead on the field.

“Tolbert and Copes” on KNBR’s Thursday afternoon program had Shanahan saying, “But it was 21-7, and I thought it should have been 35-7.” “You don’t usually simply remain hot like that in this league, and the other team doesn’t.

Luckily, the 49ers didn’t let up, maintaining their momentum through the second half. By the fourth quarter, the coach started to feel more comfortable. The team kept piling on points en route to an impressive win.

“The players all felt the same way at halftime, and they came out, and the defense stopped … they went down and got a field goal, which made it 21-10,” Shanahan said. “So there was a little life there. But once we went down and answered and made it 28-10, it was smooth sailing after that.”

The undefeated 49ers are preparing for their Week 6 road game against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Shanahan’s squad seeks to secure its 16th consecutive regular-season victory, dating back to Week 8 of last season. That feat would set a new franchise record.

You can listen to the entire conversation with Shanahan below.

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