The San Francisco 49ers continue to steamroll teams as they picked up their third consecutive victory, beating the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football.
With a full offseason, Brock Purdy has integrated himself even more into the offense and he looked in complete control carving up the Giants’ defense.
On a similar note, Christian McCaffrey has also benefitted from more time learning the system and he extended his touchdown streak to 12 games.
Aside from the offense, the defense picked up where it left off from last season as the pass rush remains fierce and the secondary has done its job keeping receivers in front of them.
Every year, the 49ers seem to be in the mix for a Super Bowl and that’s largely a credit to general manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan.
San Francisco recognized the job the two have done as they announced they’ve signed them both to multi-year extensions via Mike Garofolo of NFL Network.
#49ers announce John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan have signed multi-year contract extensions.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) September 22, 2023
Lynch has done well to assemble a deep and talented roster on both sides, while Shanahan remains one of the NFL’s best tacticians.
Organizations spend years trying to find the right general manager and head coach, and they did the right thing by keeping Lynch and Shanahan around long-term.
With those two leading the way for the foreseeable future, there’s reason to believe that the 49ers’ championship window will be open for years to come.
However, this year seems like the best chance the franchise has had in a long time to bring back home a Lombardi Trophy.NEXT: Kyle Shanahan Gives An Update On Deebo Samuel's Injury Scare