49ers vs. Browns: Previewing Week 14 for San Francisco

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Dec 6, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; San Francisco 49ers quarterback Blaine Gabbert (2) throws a pass during the second half against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. San Francisco won 26-20 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

By the Numbers

San Francisco enters Week 14 dead last in both points scored (178) and all-purpose yards (3,541). But Cleveland hasn’t exactly torn up the stat sheet either.

The Browns boast a No. 30 offense with 216 points and just 3,969 total yards — good for 26th in the league.

And Cleveland’s offense has also had its share of woes through the air and on the ground.

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Moving the ball on the ground has not been one of the Browns’ strengths this season. So the 49ers defense will likely focus more on generating a pass rush and containing Cleveland’s aerial attack over the course of the game.

Similarly, the Browns have some defensive weaknesses that play right into the 49ers’ hands.

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The Browns’ biggest weakness is against the run. Although it’s safe to say Cleveland has plenty of weaknesses.

But so do the 49ers. Which team gets the edge on Sunday?

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