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Watch 49ers' Tevin Coleman score 19-yard touchdown in first game back

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Watch 49ers' Tevin Coleman score 19-yard touchdown in first game back

Welcome back, Tevin Coleman.

The 49ers running back returned from a multi-week absence to face the Browns on "Monday Night Football," and while he wasn't the first of San Francisco's tailbacks to hit paydirt, he wasn't too far behind.

On the first play following the two-minute warning in the first half, Coleman found room down the left sideline behind the 49ers offensive line for a 19-yard rushing score to give San Francisco a 21-3 lead.

On the previous play, Coleman converted a fourth-and-1 with a clutch 8-yard scamper.

It was yet another example of Cleveland having no answer for San Francisco's rushing attack. Matt Breida made that perfectly clear on the 49ers' first offensive play of the game.

[RELATED: Watch Breida run 22 MPH for 83-yard TD on 49ers' first play]

Coleman came to San Francisco in free agency during the offseason, signing a two-year, $10 million contract. He previously played for 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan when they were both members of the Atlanta Falcons.

That 19-yard score was exactly what Shanahan and John Lynch had in mind when they signed Coleman back in March.

The 49ers went on to beat the Browns 31-3, improving to 4-0 for the first time since 1990.

Watch Kyle Juszczyk recover muffed punt, catch TD to extend 49ers' lead

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Watch Kyle Juszczyk recover muffed punt, catch TD to extend 49ers' lead

There are ways you handle a punt -- this isn't one of them if you're the Falcons.

During Sunday's game against the 49ers, Kenjon Barber retrieved a punt on the 10-yard line in what appeared to be a standard catch, but he messed up.

On a spin, the ball fell out of his grips. That's when 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk snagged it and got in the endzone to get a first-and-goal at the Atlanta one-yard line:

Then Jimmy Garoppolo tosses one of Juice for the score to take the lead. He celebrated accordingly:

Watch George Kittle pancake defender with big block on 49ers touchdown

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Watch George Kittle pancake defender with big block on 49ers touchdown

George Kittle can block.

Let us say it again: George Kittle can block. We're only repeating ourselves because some disagree.

There are yards per carry and rush success stats to back it up, but it's also obvious to anyone watching with the naked eye that the 49ers' star tight end is one of the best blockers in the business.

Not enough for you? Here's this during Sunday's matchup against the Falcons:

[RELATED: Kittle expected to resest TE contract market]

This pancake block assisted big time in Raheem Mostert's touchdown in the second quarter of Sunday's 49ers-Falcons game at Levi's Stadium. And it also assisted in showing those who doubt.

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