No. 2: Kyle Shanahan is entering his third full season as head coach
When hired as head coach, Kyle Shanahan had no experience overseeing an entire NFL team.
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His second season has come to a close and the results have not been great. This was expected, though. This was not a win-now job.
Now, with two seasons under his belt, it would be hard to deny that Shanahan has learned a few things on the job.
His ever-changing playbook can continue to grow going into Jimmy Garoppolo’s second full season with the team. His oversight of all three phases should improve. In-game management should become more second nature.
His experience and growth as head coach will be instrumental in adding to the win column.