The 49’ers are on the banks of Lake Erie this Sunday for their regular season finale against the Cleveland Browns. The Niners come into this matchup at 5-and-10, having won their past two games against Cincinnati and Tampa Bay. A victory against Cleveland will give San Francisco its first three-game winning streak to end a regular season since 1992. With 49ers quarterback Shaun Hill missing Wednesday’s practice due to back spasms, Chris Wenke could start this weekend. Meanwhile, the Browns enter the final week of the season at 9-and-6– tied with the Tennessee Titans for the final playoff spot in the AFC. Due to Tennessee’s superior record over common opponents, a victory by both teams would put the Titans in the playoffs. But if both teams lose, Cleveland gets in due to a better conference record. Kickoff from Browns Stadium is scheduled for 10 a.m. and the game will be televised locally on FOX 2 [[ KTVU ]].