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Josh Cribbs returns a punt for 60 yards
The Josh Connection: Gordon; Cooper; Cribbs
Cleveland's three Joshes earn a collective Dawg Bone to wrestle over for their domination of the Browns' Week 6 offense. If this trio continues to play like this, quarterback Brandon Weeden should name his next born child, boy or girl, Joshua.
Let's break it down.
Josh Gordon: Three receptions for 99 yards, which included a gorgeous one-handed 71 yard catch and run for a touchdown.
That is Gordon's third TD in the last two games.
He showed that he is not only a deep ball threat, but also possesses excellent hands by juggling and retaining control of a poorly thrown pigskin on one particular play.
The rookie continues to show that he is a game breaker, and the scary thing is that he isn't even being fully utilized yet.
Josh Cooper: Three receptions for 39 yards
Brandon Weeden's old Oklahoma No. 2 receiver was promoted from the practice squad with the slew of injuries to Cleveland's wideouts.
Looking very Wes Welker-like, the undrafted Cooper ran crisp routes, showed phenomenal hands and, most importantly, an instant rekindling of chemistry with Weeden.
Coach Shurmur will have some serious decisions to make on roster space once Massoquoi, Benjamin and Norwood return.
Josh Cribbs: Eight yards rushing, punt return of 60 yards, kick return on 44 yards
The addition of speedy threats in Travis Benjamin and Jordan Norwood has seemed to rekindle the fire in Joshua Cribbs on special teams.
Cribbs has been running wild in the return game the last three weeks and did so again, giving the Browns excellent field position and forcing Cincinnati to go the safe route by kicking for several touchbacks.
He also threw in a huge tackle on the kicking team side of things to remind the NFL how versatile he really is.
The former Kent State quarterback got into some razzle dazzle as well when he was tossed the rock, thought about throwing to a covered Jordan Cameron and elected to scamper his way for eight yards.
Honorable Mention: Montario Hardesty (15 carries, 56 yards, one touchdown)
Following a flank (rib) injury to Trent Richardson, Hardesty was inserted into the action in what looked like a temporary fill-in while T-Rich caught his breath.
The much maligned third year running back has tumbled down Cleveland's depth chart following seasons of ineffective rushing, fumbles and injury.
While Hardesty entered with a purpose, Browns fans cringed. However, this looked like the back promised when selected 59th overall in the 2010 NFL entry draft.
Hardesty didn't do his trademark backfield dancing, but made sharp cuts and ran downhill.
He was an important component away from the ball as well when he made a largely unnoticed pass block that allowed Weeden to lob a fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Benjamin Watson.
No. 20 collected his first career rushing touchdown at a crucial point in the final quarter and definitely deserves a fist bump for making himself impossible to take out of the game.