Travis Benjamin enjoys record-setting night in Cleveland Browns' win over Buffalo Bills with 2 huge punt returnsWith starting quarterback Brian Hoyer out with a knee injury, the Cleveland Browns got a boost from punt returner Travis Benjamin Thursday night against the Buffalo Bills. “It was a wild punt return for us,” Benjamin said. In recent weeks, punt returner Travis Benjamin appeared tentative every time balls sailed toward him. Benjamin returned one punt for 57 yards to set up the Browns’ first score of the game, a 30-yard field goal, and followed by taking the encore 79 yards for a touchdown that turned a 10-10 game into a 17-10 Browns advantage. When the Browns allowed fan favorite Josh Cribbs to leave via free agency, the coaching staff thought it was covered at punt returner. His confidence in training camp was evident as he labeled himself one of the league’s five fastest players and said he had never been caught from behind.
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