Matt LaFleur didn't show anything that made anyone think that he has learned from week 12. The only difference was that the second half was played with a bit more dignity than during the regular season.
Speaking of dignity, the 49ers lack it. They called a timeout with 11 seconds left in the first half when they were up 27 points. They went for a delay of game plus false start before a punt in the fourth quarter which is bottom of the barrel behavior that any NFL fan should condemn.
Looking at the whole Packers season, it was a good year after missing the playoffs two times in a row before. While the first miss was understandable with Rodgers missing half of the season, the second miss was shameful which in turn set a low bar for Matt LaFleur. He comfortably cleared that threshold, but his coaching in big games in particular and his ability (or rather lack thereof) to adjust his gameplan in general are clear shortfallings. A 13-3 record coupled with reaching the NFC championship game looks great on paper, but a rather easy schedule and the circumstance to avoid the Saints in the divisional playoffs helped quite a bit to bolster his resume. This would have been more of a 10-6 or 11-5 season with an elimination in the wild card round or divisional playoffs in a usual year where stars neither align or bad luck plays a major role.
As for the prediction league, I was off by 4 points in the AFC game and off by 4 points in the NFC game. With HFA applied, that's a 2-0 record and a margin or error of only 2 points. I am going to the Super Bowl!