I thought the exact opposite. The Niners failed to convert on a lot of situations, otherwise the score could've been a lot worse initially.
If they meet in the Superbowl it should be a heck of a coaching matchup as both teams adjust to the adjustments made in the 2nd half.
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And just because the 49ers lost to the rams doesn't mean anything. This is the NFL and anything can happen. Teams rarely go 16-0 or even 15-1. The patriots lost to the cardinals in New England, but that doesn't mean the patriots aren't one of the top 3 teams in the league. That doesn't mean Arizona is better than New England. The Steelers lost to the Titants this year. Etc etc. Anything can happen. But in a matchup with two elite teams (like the 49ers vs Patriots), one team clearly dominated the other. 49ers proved they are better than the Patriots and probably the toughest team in the league in the playoffs. Losing to the rams doesn't mean anything in the long run in terms of the super bowl/playoffs. Like I said, the patriots lost to the cardinals in New England, but that doesn't mean **** because the patriots are still heavy contenders out of the AFC.
You shouldn't be throwing around the word dominated when the game was close, and could've gone either way.
It's like you guys expected the Patriots to lay down their arms after being down 31-3. It's the Patriots in Foxborough, I don't think any Niner fan felt comfortable with a 28 point lead. Then again the Patriots don't lose, they just beat themselves.