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Santa Clara, CA -- The Browns were doomed as soon as the 49ers had their first play from scrimmage. Matt Breida took the ball and ran 83 yards to the endzone to put the 49ers up early and they did not look back as the 49ers stayed undefeated on the season as they batter the Browns 31-3.
It was all 49ers on the run game on offense as Breida, who also had a touchdown reception in the game and Tevin Coleman, who had his own 19 yard touchdown run, as they combined to run for 211 yards as the 49ers outpaced the Browns on the running game 275-102. With San Francisco gashing the Browns on the ground, it took all the pressure off of 49ers QB Jimmy Garoppolo as he threw for 2 TDs and only 181 yards passing. The 49ers looked like the undefeated team that they are, but the opposite can be said of the Browns.
WIth the loss the Browns fall to 2-3 on the season, and Baker did not look good on this night.
He only completed eight passes on twenty-two attempts for a career-low 100 yards passing, threw two interceptions, fumbled twice, and was sacked four times. It is also the first time he failed to throw a TD in his 18 career starts.
For the offense, Nick Chubb had 87 yards rushing on 16 carries, Jarvis Landry caught 4 passes for 75 yards, OBJ was shut down for a second straight week as he only caught two passes for 27 yards.
The only bright spots on the night for the Browns were special teams as Austin Seibert hit his only field goal attempt to remain perfect on the season. The reigning AFC Special Teamer of the Month, the "Scottish Hammer" Jamie Gillan looks like he might win it again as he got started with some booming and great punts to try and help the team.
The Browns will look to regroup on a short week as they get back into game action on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium when Russel Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks come to Cleveland for a 1pm start. Our coverage will begin at 9am with Countdown to Kickoff LIVE from the JACK casino.