49ers run all night week 5 vs browns

49ers Run All Night On The Browns

Week 5 - 49ers Run All Night Long

The 49ers pulled the early bye, so we didn’t get to see them work last week. However, we got to hear from all the haters. Yes, the 49ers are 3-0 but look at who they have played. The 49ers are undefeated, but they are sham. That sham just laid the wood to the Browns in front of the whole world.

Coming into the season the Browns were probably the most hyped team. All people could remember about the 49ers is last season's 3-13 record.

The Browns won the toss and elected to receive but only managed 17 yards on their first drive. Then the 49ers took the field and Matt Breida went 83 yards to the house. This game was never close as the 49ers went up 14-0 in the first quarter. After a Baker Mayfield interception led to a Jimmy Garoppolo touchdown to Breida for his second of the day.

And that’s not even the biggest story of this game. The 49ers first-round pick Nick Bosa has been on the injury report since the season started. Tonight, was a different story.

Bosa had four tackles, two sacks, should have a third. He had two tackles for a loss and a fumble recovery. He was constantly in the backfield creating havoc.

He led the pressure that turned into the first interception that led to the 49ers second touchdown. Tonight Nick Bosa was everything as advertised. And he has 49er fans feeling frisky.

Baker Mayfield threw for 100 yards on 22 attempts with only eight completions. He was sacked four times, threw two interceptions, and fumbled the ball twice, though he only lost one.

The 49ers rushed for 275 yards. And it wasn't just Breida. The 49ers saw the return of Tevin Coleman to the lineup. He would rush for 97 yards on 16 attempts along with this touchdown run before the half.

You only see those types of numbers in college and a Kyle Shanahan led offense. The Browns defense had no answers for the 49ers running game. Was it a perfect game, not quite. But it was bloody close as the 49ers won 31-3.

The 49ers did lose full back Kyle Juszczyk to a leg injury where he grabbed his knee after a collision with a Browns defender. It's sounding like a knee sprain, not great, but it's not an ACL injury either.

If it ain’t football news, is it worth reading?

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