Kyle Shanahan says he loves the San Francisco 49ers' prospects at Super Bowl LVIII.

Kyle Shanahan, head coach of the San Francisco 49ers

isn't worried about his personal reputation as he prepares for Sunday's Super Bowl versus the Kansas City Chiefs.

Shanahan, the son of two-time Super Bowl champion coach Mike Shanahan

has been here before, facing the Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV four years ago and losing 31-20.

In the previous two seasons, the 44-year-old's 49ers lost the NFC Championship Game.

While he has a solid overall record in his seven seasons as a head coach

Shanahan was asked in Las Vegas this week if another defeat would feed a narrative that he couldn't win 'the big one'.

"I'd deal with it the same way if we won," Shanahan stated. 

"I'd celebrate with my team and family before returning to my normal life as a parent, son, coach, and employee. 

Shanahan's overall record with the 49ers is 72-54 since taking over as head coach in 2017.

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