The 49ers' locker room was a wild scene on Sunday night in Seattle after their 26-21 victory to secure the NFC West title and No. 1 seed for the playoffs.
It was a time to celebrate, for sure. The 49ers locked up their first division title since 2012 and are the No. 1 seed in the NFC for the first time since 1997.
But this team has their sights set on the bigger picture.
"Hey fellas, it feels good. It feels good to say champions on the hat but this ain't enough like they said," Richard Sherman said to his teammates after the win. "So get your bodies right. We got more to do, we're probably gonna end up playing these dudes again or another good team.
"So celebrate for 24 hours, but we gotta get ready to do it again."
Celebrating the win but the West is not enough.— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) December 30, 2019
Post win speech from Coach and Captain @RSherman_25. #WPMOYChallenge pic.twitter.com/n7debXEQdg
Coach Kyle Shanahan first addressed his team and was all smiles. He couldn't help but praise rookie linebacker Dre Greenlaw for his game-saving tackle on Seahawks tight end Jacob Hollister.
And like Sherman, Shanahan made it clear that winning the NFC West isn't enough.
"I'm so happy for you guys. I always think there's not another way we can find out to win and we find out another way to win, man," Shanahan said. "Greenlaw, that play you made on the goal line ... lots of plays went into that game we needed to win, but we don't have these cool hats without that play Greenlaw."
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The 49ers don't play again until Jan. 11 at Levi's Stadium where they will face the lowest seed between the Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles and Minnesota Vikings.