Kittle draws a line between the 49ers' 2023 victory and their Super Bowl 58 loss.

The 49ers' season had its share of highs and lows. As the 49ers' locker room was emptied out on Tuesday, reporters wanted to know how All-Pro tight end George Kittle, of San Francisco, distinguished between the team's triumph and their crushing loss in Super Bowl LVIII.

In an interview with reporters, Kittle said, "I would say it takes time [to process]". I think it's normal to feel sad or dissatisfied.

No problem at all. Obviously, you don't want that to spill over into other parts of your life or ruin the remainder of your year.

Even though Kittle and company had more joyous moments than somber ones, their season came to a tragic close when Patrick Mahomes threw the game-winning touchdown in overtime at Allegiant Stadium, ending the 49ers' season.

Even though the 49ers' organization is still reeling from the loss, Kittle is holding out hope that those close to him will use the team's emotional roller coaster as motivation to make positive changes.

"You have to give yourself time to accept it, absorb it, take it all in, whichever term you prefer," Kittle continued

"And after you figure out how to channel it, use it, or even just flush it, you'll be able to advance to the next level and attack it."

While the 49ers' responses to the Super Bowl have been varied, Kittle's remarks serve as a constant reminder that the team will move on from one chapter and onto the next.

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