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Key stats from the 49ers’ 19-17 Week 6 loss vs. the Browns

Oct 15, 2023 at 4:11 PM--


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The San Francisco 49ers dropped to 5-1 on the season after a 19-17 Week 6 loss to the Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium in Ohio.

Below are several statistics and notes from Sunday's game, which were provided by the 49ers Communications staff.



Hot Start


  • With a TD on the opening drive at Cle. (10/15/23), it marked the 8th-consecutive regular season game that the 49ers have scored on the opening drive of a game, dating back to Week 16 of 2022 [at LV (1/1/23)], which is the team's longest streak in at least 45 seasons, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
  • San Francisco has scored 38 points on opening drives this season (5 TDs & 1 FG).

49ers defense


  • The 49ers defense has held opposing offenses without a 100-yd. individual rusher in 33 consecutive games dating back to Week 9 of 2021 [vs. Arz. (11/7/21)].
  • San Francisco's 33 consecutive games without an opposing 100-yd. rusher marks the longest active streak in the NFL and the longest streak by an NFL team since the New Orleans Saints streak from 2017-2020 [50 consecutive games without an opposing 100-yd. individual rusher (at LAR (11/26/17) – at Atl. (12/6/20)].
  • It is also the 4th-longest streak in the NFL since at least 2006.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT AN OPPOSING 100-YD RUSHER SINCE 2006

Rank TEAM GAMES Dates
1. New Orleans Saints 50 11/26/2017 - 12/6/20
2. Baltimore Ravens 39 12/17/2006 - 10/4/09
3t. Minnesota Vikings 36 11/18/2007-12/13/09
San Francisco 49ers 36 11/29/2009 – 12/19/11
4. San Francisco 49ers 33 11/7/21 – 10/15/23
5. Pittsburgh Steelers 32 12/20/2007 - 12/20/09

Christian McCaffrey


  • RB Christian McCaffrey registered 11 carries for 43 yds. on the ground to go along with 3 recepts. for 9 yds. and 1 TD through the air.
  • McCaffrey's receiving TD gives him 2 on the season and 24 in his career. It also marks his 12th-consecutive regular season game with 1-or-more TDs, which is the longest streak of his career and the 2nd-most consecutive regular season games with 1-or-more TDs by a 49ers player since WR Jerry Rice [13 games (Week 16, 1986 – Week 16, 1987)].

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A TD (REGULAR SEASON), FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Games
1. WR Jerry Rice 13
2. RB Christian McCaffrey 12
3t. RB Raheem Mostert 8
WR Terrell Owens 8
WR Jerry Rice 8
WR Freddie Solomon 8

  • Including the postseason, McCaffrey has scored 1-or-more TDs in 15 consecutive games, which is the longest active streak of any NFL player and the longest streak by a member of the 49ers in franchise history.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A TD (POSTSEASON INCLUDED), FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Games
1. RB Christian McCaffrey 15
2. WR Jerry Rice 12
3. WR Freddie Solomon 10
4. WR Terrell Owens 9
5. WR Jerry Rice 8

  • McCaffrey's 15-consecutive games with a TD tie HOF RB John Riggins and HOF RB O.J. Simpson for the 2nd-most consecutive games (postseason included) with a TD in NFL history.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A TD IN THE NFL (POSTSEASON INCLUDED), NFL HISTORY

Rank Player Games
1. RB Lenny Moore, Bal. 17
2t. RB Christian McCaffrey, SF 15
RB John Riggins, Was. 15
RB O.J. Simpson, Buf. 15
5. RB Emmitt Smith, Dal. 14

Jordan Mason


  • RB Jordan Mason registered 5 carries for 27 yds. and 1 TD.
  • The rushing TD marked his 2nd of the season and the 3rd of his career.

Fred Warner


  • LB Fred Warner tallied 7 tackles on the day and 1 INT of Cleveland Browns QB P.J. Walker. His INT marks his 2nd of the season and the 6th of his career.
  • With 1 INT last week vs. Dal. (10/8/23) and 1 INT on the day, Warner became the first 49ers LB to record an INT in back-to-back games since LB Ray-Ray Armstrong in 2017 [1 INT Week 4 at Arz. (10/1/17) & 1 INT Week 5 at Ind. (10/8/17)].
  • Warner's7 tackles on the day give him 681 career tackles, which passes former LB NaVorro Bowman for the fourth-most tackles in franchise history.

MOST CAREER TACKLES, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Tackles
1. LB Patrick Willis 950
2. LB Derek Smith 703
3. LB Ken Norton 695
4. LB Fred Warner 681
5. LB NaVorro Bowman 675

Nick Bosa


  • DL Nick Bosa registered 3 tackles and 1.0 sack of Walker.
  • Bosa's 1.0 sack on the day gives him 2.5 on the season and 45.5 in his career. His 45.5 career sacks pass former DL Dwaine Board for the 5th-most sacks in franchise history (sacks became an official statistic in 1982).

MOST CAREER SACKS, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Sacks
1. DL Bryant Young 89.5
2. DL Charles Haley 66.5
3. LB Ahmad Brooks 51.5
4. DL Dana Stubblefield 46.5
5. DL Nick Bosa 45.5

Randy Gregory


  • DL Randy Gregory tallied 3 tackles and 1.0 sack in his debut as a member of the 49ers.
  • The sack marked his 2nd of the season, 1st with the 49ers and gave him 20.5 in his career.

Deommodore Lenoir


  • CB Deommodore Lenoir notched 5 tackles and 1 INT of Walker.
  • The INT marked his 2nd of the season and the 3rd of his career.

Charvarius Ward


  • CB Charvarius Ward notched 5 tackles and 1 FF on the day.
  • The FF marked his 1st of the season and the 3rd of his career.



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