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Week 5: How to watch or listen to Browns at 49ers

Oct 3, 2019 at 7:15 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers will host the Cleveland Browns at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Monday, October 7 at 5:15 p.m. PT. The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN.

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Television Broadcast


Network: ESPN
Play-By-Play: Joe Tessitore
Color Analyst: Booger McFarland
Sideline Reporter: Lisa Salters

West Coast Radio


Broadcast crew: Greg Papa, Tim Ryan, Dennis O'Donnell

KNBR (680 AM - San Francisco)
KGO (810 AM - San Francisco)
KSAN (107.7 FM - San Francisco)
KTHU (100.7 FM - Chico)
KATA (1340 AM - Eureka / Arcata)
KFIG (1430 AM - Fresno)
KNCO (830 AM - Grass Valley)
KRKC (1490 AM - King City)
KESP (970 AM - Modesto)
KION (1460 AM - Monterey / Salinas)
KPRL (1230 AM - Paso Robles)
KXXS (96.1 FM - Redding)
KIFM (1130 AM - Sacramento)
KWFN (97.3 FM - San Diego)
KKJL (1400 AM - San Luis Obispo)
KJDX (93.3 FM - Susanville)
KLAA (830 AM - Los Angeles)
KURY (95.3 FM - Brookings, OR)
KORE (1050 AM - Eugene, OR)
KBOY (95.7 FM - Medford, OR)
KPAM (860 AM - Portland/Salem, OR)
KMZQ (670 AM - Las Vegas, NV)
KPLY (630 AM - Reno, NV)
KPUA (670 AM - Hilo, HI)
KHKA (1500 AM - Honolulu, HI)
KAOI (1110 AM - Maui, HI)

49ers Webzone Coverage


The game will be covered on 49ers Webzone by writer Peter Panacy (@PeterPanacy).

Series Highlights


Matchups: 19
Series Record: Browns lead series 12-7
49ers Home Record vs. Browns: Series tied 5-5
49ers Away Record vs. Browns: Browns lead series 7-2
First Meeting: 11/12/50, Browns win 34-14, at Cle.
Last Meeting: 12/13/15, Browns win 24-10, at Cle.
Current Streak: Lost 1
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 3 (11/11/84 – 10/28/90)
Longest Browns Win Streak: 3 – 2 times (Last 9/13/93 – 12/30/07)
Most 49ers Points: 41 (11/11/84): 49ers win 41-7, at Cle.
Most Browns Points: 38 (10/2/55): Browns win 38-3, at SF
49ers Shutouts: None
Browns Shutouts: 1 (12/1/74): Browns win 7-0, at Cle.

By the Numbers


San Francisco has 48 all-time wins on Monday Night Football, the most in NFL history.

The 49ers have an average starting field position of 32.9 in 2019, the best in the NFL.

The Niners are averaging 32.0 points per game this season, ranking first in the NFC and third in the NFL (Bal. - 33.8; KC - 33.8).

The San Francisco 49ers are 7-3 against the AFC under head coach Kyle Shanahan (2017-19), including a 2-0 record in 2019.

The Niners look to start the season 4-0 for the first time since the 1990 season and the fourth time in franchise history.

The 49ers are the only team in the NFL to not allow a rushing touchdown in 2019.

* Provided by the 49ers Communications staff

Game Averages (Rank)


Browns 49ers
22.2 (15th)
Offense Pts
32.0 (3rd)
380.2 (12th)
Offense Yds
421.0 (4th)
265.2 (12th)
Offense Pass
246.0 (17th)
115.0 (14th)
Offense Rush
175.0 (2nd)
22.8 (15th)
Defense Pts Allowed
18.0 (8th)
335.0 (13th)
Defense Yds Allowed
283.3 (3rd)
215.2 (7th)
Defense Pass Allowed
208.3 (6th)
119.8 (21st)
Defense Rush Allowed
75.0 (5th)

Individual Statistics


Team Leaders
Passing Att Cmp Yds TDs
Baker Mayfield, CLE 139 82 1147 4
Jimmy Garoppolo, SF 84 58 739 5
Rushing Car Yds Avg TDs
Nick Chubb, CLE 78 398 5.1 4
Matt Breida, SF 41 226 5.5 0
Receiving Rec Yds Avg TDs
Jarvis Landry, CLE 18 328 18.2 0
George Kittle, SF 17 165 9.7 0





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