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2019 2020 San Francisco 49ers NFC Super Bowl Championship Rings Size 8-14

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The 2019 season was the San Francisco 49ers' 70th in the National Football League, the 74th overall and their third under the head coach-general manager tandem of Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch. They finished their 2019 season with a 13–3 record, their best finish since 2011. Starting the season 8–0 for the first time since 1990, the 49ers surpassed their win totals from the 2016, 2017, and 2018 seasons combined. The 49ers were the second straight NFC West team to start 8–0, with the other being the Rams. With a Week 11 win over the Arizona Cardinals, the 49ers clinched their first winning season since 2013. Despite a loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Week 15, the 49ers clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2013 with a Los Angeles Rams loss. The 49ers beat the Cardinals for the first time since 2014, won in Seattle for the first time since 2011, and beat the Panthers in the regular season for the first time since 2001.

The 49ers saw significant improvements during the season on both sides of the ball, and with some analysts naming it one of the greatest single season turnarounds in NFL history.[1] Their offense finished second in the league in scoring (479 points, most for the franchise since 1998), second in rushing yards per game (144 yards per game), first in rushing touchdowns (23), and third in point differential (+169). The defense was sixth in the league in forced turnovers (27), second in total defense (281.8 yards per game), first in passing defense (169.2 yards per game), and fourth in sacks (48). This was the first time since 2003 that the 49ers finished in the top 10 in both scoring and yards per game.[2]

The 49ers had an unusually high percentage of close games throughout the regular season,[citation needed] with eight of their games being decided by a touchdown or less and seven of their games being won on a go-ahead score with under two minutes remaining or in overtime. Each of the 49ers' last five games was decided by a combined total of 20 points, including three games in which a field goal won the game as time expired.

The 49ers were the top seed in their conference, winning a tiebreaker with the Packers and New Orleans Saints due to head-to-head records. This was the first time the 49ers obtained home field advantage throughout the playoffs since the 1997 season. In the playoffs, the 49ers defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the Divisional Round and the Packers in the NFC Championship Game, advancing to Super Bowl LIV, their first championship appearance since the 2012 season. However, the 49ers lost Super Bowl LIV to the Kansas City Chiefs 31–20. Despite having a 20–10 lead heading into the fourth quarter, the 49ers suffered their second Super Bowl loss in franchise history. It was the first time the 49ers lost a Super Bowl when leading after the third quarter (previously 4–0).

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