Shanahan made a rather innocent comment this week in conversation with Greg Papa after being asked to describe the state of the franchise.
” I know we were good enough to win this Super Bowl, and we didn’t do it, “said Shanahan. And that’s something we have to live with. And that’s why the state of the franchise, right now, is that we have to go back to that moment (in the Super Bowl). We have to go back immediately to this fourth quarter, have an advance and we have to finish the job. ”
The confident comment upset Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. He made a little rant during Pro Football Talk Overtime, explain why Shanahan’s words were irresponsible and put too much pressure on the team by focusing on the end result rather than the work required to achieve it.
“The worst thing you can do in a season is set unrealistic expectations,” said Florio. “And the worst message you can send to your locker room is that we want to move quickly to the point where it went off track for us last year. When you start to think about it and come back to it, I guarantee you, you will never come back to this moment. ”
Florio added: “When I saw these quotes, I was blown away because I expected it from Freddie Kitchens. I expected that from a lesser coach. “
Shanahan, however, commented on the work it takes to get back to this moment. And he did it in the same conversation with Dad. “I know we have to go through a season, and it’s going to be much more difficult to do,” said Shanahan. “Much harder. And we can play a lot better and not do what we did last time. That’s why all of our guys have to take on this challenge, and we have to take advantage of this offseason. We still have to find a way to get a head start on the others because everyone is chasing us right now, and it hasn’t been so. ”
Florio co-host Chris Simms, who is a close friend of Shanahan, offered a different perspective while also declaring himself a little surprised by the statement.
“The more I think about it, the more I go, well, he’s my boyfriend. That’s who he is, “said Simms. “He is confident, and he sets goals like that. Even with him saying big statements like that, first of all, he is a different coach than most. It is. He’s a little more honest. It’s wired differently. He is extremely honest with his players, his team, and everything in between. ”
Simms added, “I think he can make these kinds of comments because he knows he will challenge himself and his team on a daily basis to get better and better this way, and he hopes that it will lead to this ultimate goal. ”
You can listen to the full conversation below.
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