San Francisco 49ers Vs Cleveland Browns: Game Preview

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Dec 6, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; San Francisco 49ers free safety Eric Reid (35) reacts after beating the Chicago Bears 26-20 in overtime at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Matt Marton-USA TODAY Sports


How weird does it sound that a game between the 49ers and the Browns is going to be a shootout?

Simply put, both of these defense are really bad. While neither Gabbert or Manziel are exactly gun-slinger quarterbacks, both of them are good enough to take advantage of the opposing team’s defense. With that said,  expect the scoreboard to be lit up a bit on Sunday.

Unfortunately, only one of the two teams is going up against the Browns run defense and I am sure you can guess which team that is.

The Browns are not going to get much done on the ground against the 49ers, but San Francisco is going to do a very good job on the ground with the duo of Draughn and Gabbert.

That is what will tip the scale in their favor. With another loss, the Browns get closer to the number one overall pick, while San Francisco earns their fifth win on the season.

Next: Browns: A Team Built to Fail Again and Again

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