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7 Reasons Why The San Francisco 49ers Will Win Super Bowl 58

By Hank Blaine

It’s a 2020 Super Bowl rematch when the San Francisco 49ers travel to Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas to take on the defending SB champs. Kansas City beat the Baltimore Ravens and the 49ers got by the Detroit Lions. Can Brock Purdy lead his team over Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs? Check out seven reasons the San Francisco 49ers will win Super Bowl 58.

A Closer Look at Why the San Francisco 49ers Can Win Super Bowl 58

The 49ers rallied to beat Detroit

At halftime, the score was San Francisco 7 and Detroit 24. The 49ers outscored the Lions 27-7 in the second half to beat Detroit 34-31.

Having to mount a comeback wasn’t ideal, but it should give the Niners much confidence heading into Super Bowl LVIII. San Francisco know that they can rally against a good football team when everything is on the line.

Brock Purdy got better from the divisional round to the NFC Championship

Purdy wasn’t horrible in the win over the Green Bay Packers, but he wasn’t great, either. Brock completed just 59% of his passes versus the Pack.

Against the Lions, Purdy completed over 64% of his passes for 267 yards. Although Purdy threw an early interception, he sparked a rally that led to the Niners first Super Bowl appearance since 2020.

Deebo Samuel is healthy

Deebo Samuel wasn’t one hundred percent against the Lions. Samuel still managed to catch 8 passes for 89 yards. Deebo will be one hundred percent on Super Bowl Sunday.

When Deebo is at his best, forget it. The 49ers are almost impossible to keep from scoring touchdowns because Christian McCaffrey, Brandon Ayuik, and George Kittle are in the top five at their respective positions.

Kyle Shanahan makes the right halftime adjustments

Most coaches might struggle to adjust down 24-7 at halftime. Shanny and his staff pushed the right buttons during the break so that once the 49ers hit the field against, San Francisco was ready to take over the game.

The domination SF displayed in the second half against the Lions was due almost exclusively to Shanahan making offensive adjustments and defensive coordinator Steve Wilks making defensive adjustments to stop the Lions rushing attack.

SF played lockdown D versus the Lions in the second half of the NFC title game

Speaking of those adjustments, the defensive unit held David Montgomery in check. Once the Lions had to go to the pass, San Francisco was ready. Jared Goff started throwing the ball around the field, but most of Goff’s yards came late in the game when SF was playing prevent defense.

San Francisco’s offense can beat you with the pass or rush

Christian McCaffrey is the best running back in the league. George Kittle is one of the top tight ends, and Deebo Samuel might be the all-around best skill players.

Purdy know the offense in and out and is getting better every time he steps onto the field. If you concentrate on stopping the 49ers rushing attack, Brock and the receivers will beat you with the pass. Vice versa if you go after the passing attack.

The 49ers are hungry

Kyle Shanahan and his team are hungry for a championship. Motivation will be the key reason the San Francisco 49ers win Super Bowl LVIII.

The Niners want this trophy. SF and their fans believe the 49ers are on the verge of another dynasty. Don’t be surprised if the historic franchise and their fans are right.

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